You Got Your Secret On at Quappi Projects, Louisville

By July 17, 2021
Installation view of You Got Your Secret On at Quappi Projects in Louisville. Image courtesy of Quappi Projects.
Hannah Beerman, neon spring, 2021; acrylic on clay on panel, 8 x 6 inches. Image courtesy of Kapp Kapp.
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Installation view of You Got Your Secret On at Quappi Projects in Louisville. Image courtesy of Quappi Projects.

You Got Your Secret On marks the second time Quappi Projects has invited a guest curator into its space. Prompted by text written by co-curator Aaron Michael Skolnick, the show brings together works by a diverse group of artists exploring personal relationships with the natural world. As noted by gallerist and co-curator John Brooks: “This exhibition’s title speaks to the sense of respite that many artists—including those whose work is present here—find when engaging with the natural world. Imbued with reverence, joy, wonderment, and quiet praise, these works are a testament to the abiding and inexhaustible bond between us and everything else.” 

from the exhibition text

Stephen Bron, Finding Conversation Around the Sun, 2021; oil on linen, 16 x 14 inches. Image courtesy of Quappi Projects.
Installation view of You Got Your Secret On at Quappi Projects in Louisville. Image courtesy of Quappi Projects.
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Mike Goodlett, Good Morning 2, 2021; spray paint and graphite on paper, 24 x 18 inches. Image courtesy of March Forward March.
Installation view of You Got Your Secret On at Quappi Projects in Louisville. Image courtesy of Quappi Projects.
Kyle Coniglio, Joining the Party, 2021; oil on linen, 17 x 18 inches. Image courtesy of Quappi Projects.

You Got Your Secret On is on view at Quappi Projects in Louisville through August 7, 2021.

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