A 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….”.
A 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.
An interview with Andrea Wolfensberger by ART-TV | FINE ART PRIZE 2017, Basel, Switzerland. ART-TV is the leading online culture platform in the German-speaking part of Switzerland. The video can be viewed here.
A beautifully written review of Cecilia Biagini’s exhibition Marginal Figures by Edith Newhall was published May 21, 2017 in the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. The exhibition is on view until May 27, 2017.
JUDY GELLES is featured in the April 2017 issue of the German magazine, Eltern Family. This thoughtful and concise article beautifully highlights Judy’s work on her 4th Grade Project.
An in-depth review of KIKI GAFFNEY: The Space In Between was published in the Chestnut Hill Local Newspaper on March 31, 2017.
HADIEH SHAFIE is featured in Canvas Magazine’s March/April 2017 issue. In light of the controversial political climate, the March/April 2017 issue of Canvas focuses its lens on ten US-based Middle Eastern artists.
JACKIE TILESTON was covered by Parallax in the article, “A Unified Theory of Painting: Jackie Tileston“. Parallax tracks the linkages between art, science, technology, design, and nature, observing the impact of these interconnections on contemporary culture and society.
The group exhibition Of That Time, Of That Place is featured in the Philadelphia Magazine article, “5 First Friday Openings to Check Out“. This exhibition included the work of artists Ted Larsen, Erin Murray, Andrea Wolfensberger, and Robert Younger.
JACKIE TILESTON’s work is reviewed in the BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES: “James A. Michener Art Museum looks at how New Hope School impressed later artists”.