Elizabeth Hoy and Cecelia Post (both MFA '09) in exhibition at the Ox Gallery, Philadelphia. OPENING this Friday, Dec. 4th 6-9PM.

Elizabeth Hoy, The celebrated inside-outside feelings, 2009.

Cecelia Post, You Made Me, Cotton, 2009.


Opening Reception: Friday, December 4, 6 - 9 pm.
Exhibition open by appointment: Dec. 4-11, 2009

Ox Gallery
North 2nd Street and Turner Street
Philadelphia, PA

NOT THIS Artist Collective in Philadelphia is pleased to present Subject to Change. The exhibition is a culmination of sixteen artists exploring a variety of mediums in differing stages of their careers. The artists are unified in the exploration of the boundaries of their art-making process and are creating work in the realm of context and possibility.

On view at Ox Gallery, a new D.I.Y. space located on North 2nd St. and Turner St., the exhibition runs from December 4, 2009 through December 11, 2009 with gallery hours by email appointment.

Subject to Change aims to challenge the viewer’s perception of an exhibition and examine the hierarchical roles that exist in art as well as the chronology of the art-making process. NOT THIS is a temporary student collective comprised of students from Tyler School of Art.

Artists: Brittany Binler, Max Doyle, Jennifer Grimyser, Conor Fields, Melanie Fischer, Fred Frederick, Elizabeth Hoy, Matthew Kalasky, Jong Kyu Kim, Sky Kim, Mindy Lu, Benjamin Nelson, Cecelia Post, Scott Rinehart, David Soffa, and Mike Treffehn.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact NotThisArtistCollective@gmail.com

See more of Elizabeth's work: http://elizabethhoy.com

See more of Cecelia's work: http://www.ceceliapost.com

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