Don Brewer reviews “Urban Pop” on his blog, DonArtNews.
Amie Potsic curated the exhibit at Main Line Art Center featuring work influenced by Pop Art and urban culture bringing together three great artists to celebrate Betsy Meyer who appreciated experimental art. The artists were free to experiment with the space: Leslie Friedman‘s Jewish skate nerd pop room, Jay Walker‘s Pyrotokos room and DISTORT‘s cyber-punk classic art from an imagined future are a match made in art pop heaven. Urban Pop is like a comic book, dumpster diver, post, post, post, post modern mash-up of concepts, materials and time. A lot of the work is site specific, experiencing the space will make you think you need more pop in your life.