99 PROBLEMS (BUT A PRINT AIN’T ONE)
EXHIBIT DATES: NOVEMBER 25 – DECEMBER 31, 2016
OPENING: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 7 – 10PM
A month-long print exhibit curated by The Southern.
The Southern presents 99 Problems (but a print ain’t one), a HUGE print exhibition with 90+ artists and over 100 prints! We have set the opening of the exhibit on “Black Friday” in a deliberate effort to promote collecting original art during this holiday season. Each print will be available in an edition of five to ten and will be priced from the affordable to the investable. Opening November 25 with an evening party from 7 – 10pm.
99 Problems (but a print ain’t one) will exhibit artwork in the following disciplines: Woodcut, Linocut, Etching, Engraving, Monotype & Monoprint, Lithography, Screen Print, Digital Print, Transfer, or any combination thereof.
The exhibit concept is straightforward: we have some serious problems happening in our country. Art has always acted as a beacon for raising awareness, directing change, and to enlighten our daily lives. All these problems, but a print ain’t one.