Pique Gallery September Shows
- Main Gallery: SuperNova Sequentials, works by Cosmic Moustache Comics and Torc Press
- Community Gallery: Climbing the Steps of INC
September 3-October 15, 2015
Opening reception September 3, 7:03-10:58
Live music and art performance in the Main Gallery by The Dr. Orphyus Project September 4, 2015, 7:49-8:34. 7$ entry fee (BYOB). Proceeds go to the artist and the space for more amazing opportunities in the future.
Main Gallery: SuperNova Sequentials
Get ready for Cincy Comic Expo and Cincinnati Comic Con by attending one of the opening events for Pique Art Space’s September show, SuperNova Sequentials. Clint Basinger, creator of Cosmic Moustache Comics, and Joseph Morris, creator of Torc Press, merge their mighty comic creating powers for SuperNova Sequentials. Journey into their wildly creative world filled with unique sci-fi, fantasy, pulp, and super heroes. You'll see original comic pages, process art, and new cosmic painting collaborations.
The Dr. Orphyus Project is a one-man death metal jazz fusion band. Established in ’06, the DOP has worked tirelessly to create original music and put on one of the most unique live shows ever experienced. Watch Joseph Morris as he creates new artwork during The Dr. Orphyus Project performance.
Community Gallery: Climbing the Steps of INC
Join local artist Jonathan Hancock as he provides a looking glass into the world of INC. The International Noise Conference takes place every year in Miami, Florida, at the beginning of February. This exhibition documents the years 2013 and 2014. A timeline of INC's weeklong conference exposes viewers to the underground performers. Progressing through the exhibit, the portraits give notoriety to performers that remain unnamed.
Pique is located at 210 Pike Street, Covington, KY. The space is an open ended art experiment. The common denominator is that workshops, classes, and events take place frequently in the context of 6 exhibitions that inhabit the space over 12 months. Through our events we create opportunities, connections, and funding for artists and the community. We hope to blow your mind through our challenging exhibitions, workshops, lectures, classes, and events throughout the year. Stop by often because our community gallery will frequently change, and maybe surprise you.
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