Concluding our Philadelphia feature, Annette Monnier surveys the state of her adopted Philadelphia community and the potential for the artist-spaces in the city.
Marginal Utility is a non-profit gallery that presents the work of locally and internationally recognized emerging and established artists through exhibitions, publications, editions and events.
Rachel Reese interviews the founders of the Philadelphia CSA, which supports a direct maker-to-buyer relationship between artists and collectors in the region.
Founded in 1988, Vox Populi is an artist collective that works to support the challenging and experimental work of under-represented artists with monthly exhibitions, gallery talks, performances, lectures, and related programming.
We are a collective of sharp edges, committed to frank discussion and unexpected pairings. We do not strive for consensus; we do not show our own work in the space. We are artists curating other artists, supporting a community of makers from within.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid (TSA) is an artist-run, not-for-profit space founded with the goal to connect the Philadelphia art scene to the global art community by showing the work of emerging artists from Philadelphia as well as other cities.
The Print Center in Philadelphia was founded in 1915 and continues to support printmaking and photography through its exhibition and education programs.
Practice seeks to support artists that focus on performance, participation and experimentation. It's governing body is composed of a group of artists and art workers who produce or do not produce art works in a variety of mediums both physical and metaphysical.
An interview with curator Ruth Erickson on her recent project “Sociological Walk in Brooklyn (NY), a re-animation by Fred Forest” conducted over Facebook on September 15th.