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Mr Coppers: The Peoples Biennial 2



Mr Coppers Upholstery will be on view this Fall at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit as part of the People's Biennial 2.

Harriet Hoover and Lee Walton selected Mr Coppers and his Upholstery business to be featured in the exhibition. Greensboro is very lucky to have people like Mr Coppers as part of our community.

People's Biennial is an exhibition series conceived by artist Harrell Fletcher and curator Jens Hoffmann in 2009. It examines the work of artists and other creative individuals, who operate outside the conventional art world.






Life/Theater Hot Dogs





For this new project, a spectacular "Life/Theater Hot Dogs" storefront grill was created. Free hot dogs were grilled on-site and given to the public for designated periods of time. Through text descriptions that have been stamped on the hot dog wrappers, the public became aware of the Life/Theater performances happening around.

This project was supported by and in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Center, Artworks, and the people of Cincinnati.

Curated by Steven Matijcio, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. This project was part of the exhibition "Buildering, Misbehaving the City."