Thursday, August 26, 2010

Philadelphia Flight


Hey, I'm a little late getting this up here, but I have 6 recent paintings in "Philadelphia Flight", a group exhibition curated by architect and choreographer, Joy Mariama Smith. The show consists of works by 13 Philadelphia artists and opens this Saturday, August 28th from 7-10pm. All the info is below...






interested in what's going on in Philadelphia's art scene, but can't make it to Philly?
Then come to Area 405 this Saturday -

Philadelphia Flight at Area 405

August 28th - September 26th
Artist Reception and performance: Saturday, August 28th 2010
7-9pm

Area 405 is pleased to present  Philadelphia Flight featuring the works of 13 Philadelphia artists, working in a variety of media, ranging from painting and sculpture to site specific performance and installation. Curator Joy Mariama Smith, architect and choreographer, uses spatial analysis through movement to select artists and work appropriate to the theme for Philadelphia Flight. To compliment the work, elevator, a movement piece will be performed on the opening night of the exhibition byYour Name Here performance collectivehttp://yournameherecollective.com/
Artists:
Pablo Virgo,Tim McFarlane, Megan McManus 
Lauren Zalut, Juliet Lee, Brian Payne, Jessica Greenawalt, George Alley, Becca "Girl" Jennings, Amze Emmons, Nina Makhija Justin Dula, Elizabeth Weisman

Located in Baltimore’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District and called “Baltimore’s best alternative space to view art” in RADAR magazine, Area 405 offers the region’s largest exhibition space. At 6,000 square feet, this former industrial site is an ideal context in which to present large-scale exhibitions and events.
This exhibition is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible. For more information about the gallery or this exhibition, please visit Area 405’s website at www.area405.com or call (410) 528-1968. 

Gallery hours for Philadelphia Flight are noon-3pm Sundays and by appointment

please note, Area 405 will be closed Sunday, September 5th for the Labor Day holiday
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