Two upcoming shows:
April 26 - May 21, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 29th, 5 - 7pm
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists
1521 Locust Street, Lower Level
Philadelphia, PA 19102
This exhibition exchange is part of an ongoing collaboration by CFEVA and PF/PCA created in order to strengthen the artistic dialogue between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Cluster was originally presented at The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and curated by Adam Welch. The Philadelphia presentation of this exhibition was curated by Amie Potsic.
The Pittsburgh artists exhibiting in Selections from Cluster include Dee Briggs, Connie Cantor, Nayda Collazo–Llorens, Kyle Houser, Ben Kehoe, Jacob Koestler, Michael Sherwin, and Lenore Thomas.
May 7th – May 30th, 2010
Opening Reception: May 7th, 6-10pm (with live performances)
New Wilmington Art Association
4 West 5th Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
The Rules for Staying Young explores the impact of baseball as an inspiration and conceptual model for historical and contemporary American artists, while investigating the ties between the game and the visual arts. From Thomas Eakins to Stephen Shore, baseball has captured the imagination and eye of American artists since its conception. The parallels between the timeless nature of our pastime and the evolving artistic studio are abundant, and remain profoundly relevant to contemporary practice. This exhibition highlights the rich territory between game and artist, where the perpetual moments of art and baseball meet.
Curated by Brookes Britcher / Developed in partnership with the NWAA
Geoffrey Aldridge (courtesy of Conner/*gogo art projects) / Brookes Britcher / Thomas Buildmore / Peter Capano / Mike Ellyson / Brian Patrick Franklin / Alex Gartelmann / Brandon Herman (courtesy of Envoy Enterprise) / Tom Judd / Michael Kalmbach / Jacob Koestler / Hiro Kurata / David Levinthal (courtesy of David Levinthal) / Ahlen Moin / Christopher Motta / Roger Patrick / Bryan Patrick Rice / Daniel Potterton / Mark Stockton / Brian Stuparyk / Morgan Thomas / Lee Walton