Denver Pog Store
Denver Pog Store
April 1, 2021 – May 1, 2021
Welcome to the Denver Pog Store!
Possibly America’s ONLY source for Pogs, Pog memorabilia, and that fleeting sense of nostalgia you crave! We’re happy to announce our month long Pop-Up shop at Understudy to bring the best dead stock Pog merchandise to Denver and beyond. Whether you missed the Pog craze the first time around or are upset that your parents threw out your stash, come down and find out what this 90’s time capsule is all about!
Everything must go! Catch the wave before it’s gone again.
Public Hours: Thursdays through Sundays, 12:00pm – 6:00pm.
Please use this Eventbrite link to reserve a time to visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/denver-pog-store-by-zach-reini-tickets-145295218911 . Due to Covid and the Convention Center’s “Five Star” designation, we need to use a reservation system to make sure our capacity is restricted to 50%.
Understudy is free-to-visit and open to all.
Zach Reini Biography
Zach Reini’s work has gained notoriety for engaging with a visual archive comprised of constantly recycled cultural and commercial symbols that have broken from their historical origins. These floating signifiers find themselves resurfacing across time and geography often with completely transformed meanings, leaving a sense that perhaps all values are subject to change. Reini exploits this open field with a wry sense of humor to create objects at once familiar to many contexts, yet particular to none.
Reini’s work has been shown nationally and internationally including exhibitions in Brussels, New York, Chicago, and Milan. His works have been displayed at NADA Art Fair in New York and Miami. Reini has had a solo exhibition at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in 2012 and was most recently featured in an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver.
Visit any of the websites below to learn more about Zach and the Denver Pog Store:
Understudy is located at the Colorado Convention Center / Theatre District light rail stop near 14th and Stout. Look for the Shantell Martin art bench.