Owner of popular Oxford music store plans Memphis book pop-ups

By , Daily Memphian Updated: June 05, 2024 7:40 PM CT | Published: June 03, 2024 4:00 AM CT

The owner of The End of All Music record stores has plans for an art bookstore in Memphis.

But first, there will be a series of pop-ups with the portable version of The End of All Art shop.

Married couple Annelise Danielson and David Swider are opening The End of All Art, a new and used art-bookstore. Danielson is a project manager at Memphis-based creative communications consulting agency DCA. Swider owns record shops in Oxford and Jackson, Mississippi, both called The End of All Music.

“The Memphis art scene is really incredible and constantly evolving,” Swider said. “We thought the city needed a dedicated place to peruse books about the arts — local and global — and the countercultural world in general.”

The two are keeping their day jobs.


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Elle Perry

Elle Perry

A native Memphian, Elle Perry has earned graduate degrees from the University of Memphis and Maryland Institute College of Art. She’s written for publications including the Memphis Business Journal, Memphis Flyer and High Ground News, and previously served as coordinator of The Teen Appeal.


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