Philadelphia, get ready to ’gram.
This Memorial Day weekend, Photo Pop Philly launches to showcase local artists in a five-room pop-up exhibition that runs for six weeks this summer.
The temporary exhibition makes excellent use of an otherwise-vacant Center City space to feature highly Instagrammable red-white-and-blue-themed rooms (including a former bank vault!) created just for Photo Pop Philly by Philadelphia artists.
Presented by VISIT PHILADELPHIA and curated by Philly PR Girl, the exhibit features a diverse selection of local artists including Amberella — whose graphic hearts can be spotted around town and in the Instagram below — Alloyius Mcilwaine, Aye!CRTV, Get Up, Kara Khan’s Pop Up Polaroid, Nero, Martha Rich, Michael Lambui and These Pink Lips.
Housed in the historic Philadelphia Building at Walnut and Juniper streets, a Goldman Properties Company building, Photo Pop Philly comes in a long line of art projects and community initiatives that Goldman — the group behind The Wynwood Walls and much of the development along 13th Street in the Gayborhood — has supported and powered.
Kicking off on Thursday, May 24, the exhibition will be open Tuesdays through Sundays (closed Mondays) through Sunday, July 8 from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. with timed tickets for entry available from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Tickets to Photo Pop Philly are available online and run $25 for general admission with discounts available for military (10% off with ID) and groups of 10 or more. Exhibit entry is free for children 5 and younger.
For more on Photo Pop Philly, check right here and stay tuned for more on this summertime pop-up.