LMAK Projects presents Popel Coumou at the Seattle Art Fair

Seattle Art Fair
Century Link Field Event Center, Occidental Avenue South, Seattle, Washington, Verenigde Staten

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LMAKprojects is pleased to present a Popel Coumou solo booth (#513) at the Seattle Art Fair from July 30- August 2.

Presenting a Solo booth, #513, with the work of Popel Coumou. Featuring her signature work of imagery that hovers between painterly abstraction and geometric photography. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, via his Vulcan Investments, has teamed up with Art Market Productions to introduce the Seattle Art Fair, a new event on the art fair calendar that will have its inaugural run this summer from July 30–August 2 at Seattle's CenturyLink Field Event Center. LMAKprojects is pleased to participate in the inaugural Seattle Art Fair with the solo booth by Popel Coumou.

The fair will feature just over 50 regional and international contemporary and modern art galleries in 60,000 square foot CenuryLink Field Event Center. It is described by fair organizers in a release as "a platform designed to showcase the vibrant culture and diversity of the Pacific Northwest." Through cultural partnerships, the fair aims to be a destination for both local and international collectors whether new or established.

Popel Coumou. Untitled (PC88), 2014. C-Print. Edition of 5. 51 x 34 1/4 inches, 87 x 130 cm

Courtesy of LMAKprojects, NY and TORCH gallery, Netherlands

Public hours

Friday, July 31 11:00am to 7:00pm

Saturday, August 1 11:00am to 7:00pm

Sunday, August 2 12:00pm to 6:00pm

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