Remember When This Wasn’t Quite How I Remembered It? | Velvet Glove

velvet glove logoA review by Velvet Glove’s, Abby King,”June Floor Sample” has the group exhibition Remember When This Wasn’t Quite How I Remembered It? credited as one of the favorite exhibitions to visit in Philadelphia in June. The article states, “Pentimenti’s Remember When showcases many of Philly’s finest, with plenty of breathing room to take it in….”.

Judy Gelles | Philadelphia Inquirer

inquirerlogo-e1442593739584A review, PAFA acquires 32 new works, from the feminist erotic to a haunting ‘floating puppet’ published July 6, 2017 in the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER features the acquisition of new works, including 6 photographs from the 1970’s by Judy Gelles.

Jackie Tileston | University of Pennsylvania

UPenn_logo copyThe UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Department of Physics & Astronomy in Philadelphia, PA added Jackie Tileston’s painting “Radical Measure (Not Entirely Random)” into their permanent collection. This painting was central to the ARTacama Project, a critical partnership between world-class science, technology, education and fine arts.

Mark Khaisman | Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum

ormond beach museum logoMark Khaisman’s work is included in the group exhibition TAPE ART 2017 at the Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum. TAPE ART 2017 is a collaborative exhibition featuring artists representing a variety of tape art styles that will be on view from June 16 – September 17, 2017.

Judy Gelles | CFEVA

CFEVA-logo-300-uwJudy Gelles received the CFEVA’s Alumni Travel Grant which she used to spend a week in Yakima, WA to continue working on her Fourth Grade Project. She focused this time at Harrah Elementary School which has a large Native American population from the Yakama Indian reservation. An exhibition of this work will be on display at CFEVA in Philadelphia, PA from June 5 – July 28, 2017.

Derrick Velasquez | Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

PrintFor his exhibition Obstructed View at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Derrick Velasquez, created two site-specific installations and a series of photographs that use the museum’s architecture and the broader politics of design and urban development. The exhibition will be on view from May 26 – August 20, 2017.