Next on artblog radio – podcast with Jacob Lunderby, who turned his studio into a gallery and organized three exhibitions

Jacob Lunderby organized three exhibitions in his artist’s studio at 915 Spring Garden St. We were surprised by the groupings of artists in each show, and we were surprised that he gave up his studio for three months to turn it into an ad hoc (and very successful) white box gallery.  We met with Jacob at his studio April 26.  The third of the three exhibitions he organized is up right now.  To see the show, contact Jacob at jacob.lunderby@gmail.com to make an appointment.  More about Jacob at his website.

In this clip from our interview, Jacob — who teaches at Drexel University and Community College of Philadelphia and also works with Wormwood and Haze installing shows around town — talks about the responsibility of an artist to own his or her work and be able to talk about it.
 

Jacob Lunderby in his 915 Spring Garden studio at our podcast interview April 26
Jacob Lunderby in his 915 Spring Garden studio at our podcast interview April 26

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