Staging and Binding - Opening Reception
Aug
14
7:00pm 7:00pm

Staging and Binding - Opening Reception

Please Join Micah Danges and me for the opening of a new collaborative effort entitled: Staging and Binding in the Window on Broad at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at The University of the Arts.

Pretzels and seltzer will be served. A limited run of prints will be available at the reception. There is a Pop Up Garden with food and drinks next door.

The installation can be viewed from Broad St., directly in front of the gallery through September 8th.

📆 Facebook Event 

View Event →
Fiat Lux - Panel Discussion
May
1
6:00pm 6:00pm

Fiat Lux - Panel Discussion

I will be participating in a panel discussion with the artists included in Fiat Lux: Stefan Abrams, Micah Danges, Anna Neighbor and Brent Wahl. Moderated by John Caperton, The Print Center Jensen Bryan Curator.

Fiat Lux is a group exhibition of work by five Philadelphia artists: Stefan Abrams, Micah Danges, James Johnson, Anna Neighbor and Brent Wahl. While each of the artists trained as a photographer and has taught photography at universities and art schools in Philadelphia, none has a simple or straightforward relationship with the medium. Photography is central to the work of all these artists, but their explorations of the potentials and shortcomings of the medium result in a surprisingly diverse group of works.

This exhibition is made possible by special project support from the Edna W. Andrade Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation. 

Gallery Website

 

View Event →
Fiat Lux - Opening Reception
Apr
11
5:30pm 5:30pm

Fiat Lux - Opening Reception

Please join Stefan Abrams, Micah Danges, James Johnson, Anna Neighbor, Brent Wahl, and me for the opening of Fiat Lux.

Gallery Talk by the artists: 5:30pm 

Fiat Lux is a group exhibition of work by five Philadelphia artists: Stefan Abrams, Micah Danges, James Johnson, Anna Neighbor and Brent Wahl. While each of the artists trained as a photographer and has taught photography at universities and art schools in Philadelphia, none has a simple or straightforward relationship with the medium. Photography is central to the work of all these artists, but their explorations of the potentials and shortcomings of the medium result in a surprisingly diverse group of works.

This exhibition is made possible by special project support from the Edna W. Andrade Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation. 

Gallery Website

View Event →