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Mondo is a gallery on the move

Published May 9, 2012 8:16 am

Pop-up gallery • Artists, including Adam Bateman, explore what makes a space a "place.'
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Mondo Fine Art, an online gallery run by Mikell Stringham, is exhibiting the works of four artists at its spring "pop-up" show Thursday, May 17, at 7 p.m.

In "When Space Becomes Place," Adam Bateman, Monika Bravo, Stefan Hagen and Josh Winegar each offer a photographic commentary on spaces, whether landscape or architecture and exploring when a space evolves into a "place" — a destination, with meaning.

As a Web gallery, Mondo migrates to different venues, providing a one-night opening, with food, music and the artists on hand.

This time, the reception is at Light Spot, 2927 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City. RSVP to info@mondofineart.com

Tour the the Web gallery at http://www.mondofineart.com

 

 


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