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News post – Penn MFAs in Vienna, ForceField grows closer, the fight to save Dot Art, opportunities and more!

News ForceField is a familiar presence for us, but might not be for anyone others who will be around June 21-22. This vivid two-day art/music/performance experience, boasting 45 multi-disciplinary artists from 7 states, and brought to Philly by Tim Eads and Joe Bartram, is bound to dazzle. They have an amazing lineup of musicians to soundtrack the event – King Britt, Alex Burkat, Hiro Kone, Telequanta, Ryan Todd, Ben Warfield, Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler. With plant-generated visuals designed by NoCarrier and Enso, there’s also the chance to learn what a plantable album is. We can’t say for sure. It ... More » »

Dona Nelson at Thomas Erben. Photo courtesy of the gallery.

News post – Slought sloughs its Foundation, Carl Marin rides the MTA, “Imaginary Reality” on the Main Line, opportunities and more!

News   Jennie Thwing, Nic Coviello and Tim Portlock are displaying the fruits of their recent Meyer Family awards at the Main Line Art Center’s Imaginary Reality this month.  Celebrating the creation of this new award (full name: the Meyer Family Award for Contemporary Art), the show opens April 1, and on the same day MLAC is open to applications for next year’s Meyer Family Award. Imaginary Reality not only caps off ten years for  Main Line Art Center’s Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition series, but it also coincides with the Center’s new Digital Media Programs. Theaster Gates has been invited to this year’s Culture Lab ... More » »

A collection of Diane Burko's "Glacial Perspectives."

News post – Burko & Ryan go north, Artblog-Green Line’s joint b-day, Frank Hyder’s 2-part MICA show, opportunities and more!

News It’s not every year you get to celebrate the same milestone birthday as your favorite neighborhood institution, but this year the privilege falls to the artblog and the Green Line Cafe . Both of us turn ten this year! We’re teaming up with Green Line for a show-up-and-show event, Unfiltered, opening Oct. 19, and, as you’d expect, we need visual artists to celebrate with us. That day, bring your work to The Green Line on Locust, and see it on the wall! Overflow pieces go into a flatfile on site that visitors can access. Check back here about what to bring and ... More » »

Peter Rose, "The Indeserian Tablets."

News post – Julien Robson in Vienna, Alison Klayman discusses Ai Wei Wei, Tobia & Maksymowicz return to China, opportunities and more!

News At least now there’s no ambiguity as to what they’re after – Temple Gallery is now Temple Contemporary! In keeping up with the times, they’ve re-focused on reacting to local, national and global issues in real time. A calendar of their free events, chosen by scholars, local high school students, and community leaders from across Philadelphia, can be seen here. Indy Hall’s recent renovations have brought not only improved quarters for its loyal coworkers, but a series of new works by Sean Martorana, one of Indy Hall’s resident artists. “The Essence of Life and Line,” curated by Martorana and fellow Indy Hall-ers Kara ... More » »

Honors and successes

detail of Henry Bermudez’ Basketball Game Two of Projects Gallery’s artists, Henry Bermudez and Steve Cope, were amongst the 40 artists selected to be included in The Open Studios Press “New American Paintings”. Stephen Bennett Phillips, curator of the Phillips Collection mentioned both artists in the curator’s introduction. If you know of any other Philadelphia artists included in this edition, or if you have a web page with the info about who’s in this particular edition, please add it below in the comments.Super localSan Miguel Church, by Ed Bronstein, was painted ‘en plein air” in San Miguel (Mexico) in 2004. ... More » »

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The Bridge and the Beach

Post by Andrea Kirsh Our trusty correspondent Andrea Kirsh reports from Art Basel/Miami Beach, in four installments. Here’s the third.–r&l Dec. 8 Back to the Beach I began the day with a breakfast at the Delano Hotel on Miami Beach, hosted by AXA Art (the world’s largest art insurer) and NetJet, a sort of Philly_Car_Share for private jets, 300 of which they had flown into AB/MB. That tells you something about the socio-economics of the audience. It was a discussion about conservation, care of collections and dealing with art in a natural disaster. Heather Becker of the Chicago Conservation Center ... More » »