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Brian Cote, 1984 Berlin 15

Fishtown’s frosty First Friday — House Gallery 1816

[Roman visits House Gallery 1816 in Fishtown, Philadelphia, to talk with artist Brian Cote about his abstract painting technique and view Cote’s new 5th Street series. — the artblog editors] It was bitter cold and the streets were empty, but the warmth of a modest crowd and delicious bean soup made for an intimate night of the arts. House Gallery 1816 is home to two accomplished artists: Michelle Marcuse and Henry Bermudez. Marcuse and Bermudez open their home to present the work of various artists and the many mediums of expression. It’s an atmosphere welcoming all who come. Brian John Cote, ... More » »

2013-08-09 PA01 by Roman Blazicweb

A walking tour of public art along Fishtown’s Frankford Avenue

—>Roman walks the Frankford Avenue corridor of Fishtown and points out ten works of art that adorn the buildings and gardens in the arty neighborhood. –the artblog editors____________________> I previously wrote about Fishtown’s public art that vanished. This time I present a walking tour of Fishtown’s current public art. Frankford Avenue of the Arts is the journey’s main path. You will see more than ten different works, from funded murals to spontaneous works by some named and unnamed artists. Begin at Rocket Cat Cafe Begin at the corner of Frankford Avenue and Norris Street. The landmark is the Rocket Cat ... More » »

Carolee Schneeman, still from Infinity Kisses.  Photo courtesy Slought website

News – Winifred Lutz at Abington, Carolee Schneeman week, Johnny Everyman, opportunities and more!

News Philadelphia sculptor Winifred Lutz’s  outdoor installation at the Abington Art Center opens September 8, 2012, in which she’ll uncover an abandoned 2000-square foot pool and cabana site in the Center’s Sculpture Park. Funded by the NEA, the unveiling of the pool is accompanied by an exhibition of Lutz’s work.  Lutz had a previous outdoor installation in Abington’s woods. The exhibition runs September through November. The ICA presents the “Happiness Modules,” a participatory lunchtime program led by professors Cassie Mogilner, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Wharton, and David Comberg, Lecturer, Design, Fine Arts.  The two will guide participants in an examination ... More » »