Author Archives: bbritcher

THE RULES FOR STAYING YOUNG

THE RULES FOR STAYING YOUNG May 7th – May 30th, 2010 Opening Reception: May 7th  6-10pm (with live performances) Closing Reception: May 27th  6-10pm Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12 to 2pm (or by appointment) <download Press Release (PDF)> The gravestone of the

THE RULES FOR STAYING YOUNG

THE RULES FOR STAYING YOUNG May 7th – May 30th, 2010 Opening Reception: May 7th  6-10pm (with live performances) Closing Reception: May 27th  6-10pm Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12 to 2pm (or by appointment) <download Press Release (PDF)> The gravestone of the

ALL FOR ONE (Photographs 1977-2009) / Peter Capano

All for One (Photographs 1977-2009) / Peter Capano Venue: New Wilmington Art Association, Wilmington, DE All For One (Photographs 1977-2009) compiles a small selection of 50 gelatin-silver prints from the defining photographic project by Philadelphia artist Peter Capano. Spanning over 30

ALL FOR ONE (Photographs 1977-2009) / Peter Capano

All for One (Photographs 1977-2009) / Peter Capano Venue: New Wilmington Art Association, Wilmington, DE All For One (Photographs 1977-2009) compiles a small selection of 50 gelatin-silver prints from the defining photographic project by Philadelphia artist Peter Capano. Spanning over 30

U R HERE

U R Here Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA U R Here presents photographic work that confronts the displacement of being in a foreign place, yet the need to understand, comprehend or assimilate into those environments – evident through

U R HERE

U R Here Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA U R Here presents photographic work that confronts the displacement of being in a foreign place, yet the need to understand, comprehend or assimilate into those environments – evident through

LITMUS

LITMUS Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA LITMUS is a contemporary drawing micro-survey, featuring artists from Philadelphia, Missouri, Boston, Chicago, New York and Paris. Participating Artists Anne- Margot Ramstein, Cullen Stephenson, Wendy-Jane Hyatt, Tatiana Flis, Jason Lips, Brookes Britcher,

LITMUS

LITMUS Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA LITMUS is a contemporary drawing micro-survey, featuring artists from Philadelphia, Missouri, Boston, Chicago, New York and Paris. Participating Artists Anne- Margot Ramstein, Cullen Stephenson, Wendy-Jane Hyatt, Tatiana Flis, Jason Lips, Brookes Britcher,

INSIDE/OUT

Inside/Out  Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA Over-flowing day dreams, night visions, occult shivers and sounds seeping through cracks in the floor… This comprehensive exhibition showcases selections in various medium from the ongoing five-year project ‘Drew and the

INSIDE/OUT

Inside/Out  Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA Over-flowing day dreams, night visions, occult shivers and sounds seeping through cracks in the floor… This comprehensive exhibition showcases selections in various medium from the ongoing five-year project ‘Drew and the

MYCHROPHOBIALACTIC

Mychrophobialactic Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA “If you can’t make it good – make it big. If you can’t make it good and big – make it big and red.“: Collier Schorr (Yale University – School of Art)

MYCHROPHOBIALACTIC

Mychrophobialactic Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA “If you can’t make it good – make it big. If you can’t make it good and big – make it big and red.“: Collier Schorr (Yale University – School of Art)

SLOW GRAFFITI

Slow Graffitti Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA SLOW GRAFFITI is an event that attempts to examine the landscape in which language can generate new possibilities for its application and interpretation. The notion of “verbal” is a dramatically

SLOW GRAFFITI

Slow Graffitti Venue: Adaptation, 39th & Locust St., Philadelphia, PA SLOW GRAFFITI is an event that attempts to examine the landscape in which language can generate new possibilities for its application and interpretation. The notion of “verbal” is a dramatically