Expo: Pop Surrealism, South Colorado

Expo: Pop Surrealism, South Colorado
Guy Brighton
  • 22 may 2005

Colorful and wild, pop surrealism grew out of the 1960s hot rod culture and underground comics. Pop surrealism is an emotionally-packed narrative art that is usually found only in the comics, tattoo shops, Mexican folk art shops or record covers. The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center is putting on an exhibition is Southern Colorado between May 17 and August 13 showing some of the “best nationally-known underground artists paired with some of Colorado’s promising talent.”

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