The Curated Storefront is a series of ongoing exhibitions that will activate unused storefronts with multimedia art installations in downtown Akron along Main, Market and Exchange Streets.
These mixed-media installations are accessible and visible to the public and illuminated around the clock.
Click here for more information and for photos of the current installations.
Installations will change and update, with the following as the current storefront exhibitions for spring 2019:
Kit Freund, 4 Lamps
Light sculpture: Concrete, plexiglass, and basswood
106 North Main Street, Northside District
Micah Kraus, Board-Up / Gilded Storefront
Laser engraved monotypes, paper, ink, gold leaf, wood, and video
68 East Mill St., Greystone Hall
Drew Ippoliti & Charley O’Geen with assistance from Julie George, Morgan Jones, Catie Newell, and Kayla Weinman, Displacement
Sculpture: Recycled tires, steel, wood
Cascade Plaza, 1 Cascade Plaza
Ivan Albreht, Rack
Porcelain and steel racks
Law Building, 161 S. Main St.
Winnie Daulbaugh, My sweetest friend, you could have it all ... my empire of dirt, 2018
Mixed-Media Installation: Found objects, paint, hammered charcoal, wax, and dirt
Law Building, 163 S. Main St.
Darlene VerSluys, Movement of Water
Law Building, 165 S. Main St.
Craig Miloscia, Akron Cycling Campaign
ArtsNow Office, County of Summit Fiscal Office Building, 175 S. Main St.
Jeffrey Fulvimari, Angels and Goddesses
Digital illustration on canvas
O’Neil Building, 222 S. Main St.
Design x Nine, UA design X nine Theatre Posters
Print and graphic design
Polsky North Hallway, 225 S. Main St.
Nuno Viegas, Paper Plane IX
Spray paint and marker on wood panel
Polsky North Lower Hallway, 225 S. Main St.
Steve Levey and Casey Vogt, Color Me Impressed #1-#4
Fluorescent light fixtures, tubes, and LEDs
Polsky North & South Corners, 225 S. Main St.
Max Markwald, Wavering Conditions
Oil paint on canvas and panel
Polsky South Hallway, 225 S. Main St.
Dragana Crnjak, As if Staying
Reproductions: Acrylic on canvas paintings
Mayflower Manor, 263 S. Main St.
Dominic Falcione, Masking Tape Mural
Mixed-media installation: Masking tape
Birth & Death Building, 368 S. Main St.