con·tex·ture: 1. the act of interweaving or assembling parts to form a connected whole. 2. a structure of interconnected parts. curated by Susanna W. Gold, Ph.D.
Forms of Resistance, a two-person exhibition featuring works on paper by Tim McFarlane and Washington, D.C.-based artist, Miguel Rodriguez. The show consists of 20 new works on paper by each artist, with all work produced in 2017.
Friday, May 5 at 6 - 9 PM
PD Packard is a featured artist on The Postdigital Printmaker, a blog dedicated to sharing the work of printmakers who incorporate emerging technologies into their artistic practice.
In addition, PD Packard’s work illustrating her embossing created from laser cut plexi printing plates, and printed decorative papers with Akua Liquid Pigments will be on view during The 2017 Book Art Biennial and exhibiting in:
Rebecca Gilbert: wonder brings together new prints by the Philadelphia-based artist. Gilbert’s works come out of her interest in both traditional print processes and her poetic response to the landscape.
December 16, 2016 - April 22, 2017
Thursday, March 23, 2017
The Main Line Art Center Spring Gala Exhibition is a Fine Art Benefit and Exhibition that will run from April 30th through June 3rd. The Spring Gala Preview Party will be Saturday, April 29th from 6:30 - 10 pm.
There will also be a free Artist Reception/Garden Party on Saturday June 3rd from 1 - 4 pm that will also coincide with our Accessible Art Program reception.
Philadelphia, PA – The Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA), Philadelphia Chapter, presents Art in the Age of Injustice, a group exhibition by accomplished women artists at the Da Vinci Art Alliance, **April 5 through April 26, 2017** with an opening reception Wednesday April 5th, 6-8pm
Explorations in Geometry, an exhibition of prints by Bill Brookover, will be on view in the Community Gallery at Artworks Trenton from February 28 through March 25, 2017. Brookover’s work explores geometric patterns and structures, building on his training in design and architecture.
In the new all-media show at Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center, 17 artists explore their personal selfhood. Ipseity, defined as individual identity, features artwork that touches on themes of gender, religion, ethnicity, sexuality and other labels people use to identify themselves. Jessica Kallista, founder of Olly Olly alternative art space in Fairfax, Virginia, juried the exhibition.
A More Perfect Union? Power, Sex and Race in the Representation of Couples illuminates ways in which artists of different generations have explored the meaning of marriage, the nature of human relationships, sexuality, and public versus private expressions of love. Issues raised by the exhibition include the representation of the roles of women and men, social class, race, and same-sex marriage.
Artists showing in the exhibitions: