ARTeriors is about Transformation and Transition. Local artists transform an empty property in a neighborhood that is in transition into a pop-up art installation, highlighting the rebirth of Atlantic City. Our upcoming ARTeriors will take place on “The Orange Loop” – 3 beach blocks that are being revitalized with the infusion of new businesses […]

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Save The Date – May 18th – ARTeriors 14 South Tenn Ave ARTeriors is a collaboration of artists turning an unused space into a lively and eclectic experience for residents and visitors of Atlantic City. Stay Tuned for details on the VIP opening reception, featured artists and hours of operation. Buy VIP Opening Tickets   […]

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Our latest ARTeriors Pop-Up Gallery was at Tanger Outlets The Walk. ARTeriors is a collaboration of artists turning an unused space into a lively and eclectic experience for residents and visitors of Atlantic City.   This video was created by the talented Matt Crowne. Read about ARTeriors in the Press of Atlantic City ARTeriors pop-up […]

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The goal of ARTeriors is to highlight the redevelopment and renewal of Atlantic City by inviting artists to create temporary installations within condemned buildings or properties slated for renovation or sale. ARTeriors – Ginsburg Bakery featured creative and original installations by regional artists. Installation Artists Blockhead Customs Heather Deegan Hires Greg Moissinac Morgan Penza Kelley Prevard Marianna […]

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An innovative pop-up art installation.

ARTeriors – Formica’s Bakery featured installations by six regional artists.

 

Artists:

Ron Cohen, a sculptor, created “Bring It On!! Art in AC!!” Cohen believes that Atlantic City needs more art, and that more art in AC will be good for everyone.
Chung-Fan Chang, a professor at Stockton University created “AC Land,” which refers to the irregular compositions that connect to Chinese brush painting.
Sean Fitzgerald created a nongaming attraction – “ACBR.” His installation is filled with quotes from speakers at media events promising that ACBR (another AC acronym) is hyped to be a game-changer.
Aubrey Rahab, founder of South Jersey Poets Collective and a published author, addresses the difficult topic of narcotics addiction in her installation entitled “Seeing Orange.”
“Shine a Light” by Drew Dennis (Listen) is a statement on the plight of homeless in America contrasted with the wealth of mega-corporations.
Karl Rosenberg used spray chalk as his medium for his installation entitled, “Love Strong,” a large “rug” in the outdoor alley.