Elizabeth Hoy, You'd Be Home By Now, 2009
Elizabeth Hoy's (MFA '09) piece You'd Be Home By Now is the visual accompaniment to Bomb Magazine's Phoned-In poetry reading with Zachary Schomburg. Phoned-In is a series of recorded conversations and poetry readings by authors, curated by Luke Degnan.
Look and listen here: http://bombsite.powweb.com/?p=9585
Rebecca Sargent, Faded Waterslide, 2009
Rebecca Sargent's (MFA '09) piece Faded Waterslide is the visual accompaniment to Bomb Magazine's Phoned-In poetry reading with James Shea. Phoned-In is a series of recorded conversations and poetry readings by authors, curated by Luke Degnan.
Look and listen here: http://bombsite.powweb.com/?p=9992
Emilie Selden, Fenced In, 2008
Emilie Selden's (MFA '09) piece Fenced In is the visual accompaniment to Bomb Magazine's Phoned-In poetry reading with Mark Leidner. Phoned-In is a series of recorded conversations and poetry readings by authors, curated by Luke Degnan.
Look and listen here: http://bombsite.powweb.com/?p=10548
Heather Ramsdale and Christie Whisman (both MFA '10) in Exhibition Curated by Catherine Betz (MFA '07) Opening Sun, May 23, 3:15pm
Heather Ramsdale and Christie Whisman, both MFA '10, have work included in 5 Into 1, the annual exhibit hosted by Moore College of Art and organized by Philadelphia Sculptors. The exhibition features work by senior and graduate students at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, University of Pennsylvania, The University of the Arts, and Moore College of Art & Design. This year, the exhibition is curated by Catherine Martens Betz, a graduate of Penn with an MFA in sculpture and a 5 into 1 participant in 2007.
There will be a presentation on public art by Julia Guerrero, Director of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority Fine Arts Program on Sunday before the reception from 1:30 – 2:45 pm.
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 23, 3:15-5:30pm
Exhibition Dates: May 22 - June 19, 2010
Moore College of Art & Design
20th Street and The Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
To see more of Heather's work, visit www.heatherramsdale.com
Tadashi Moriyama (MFA '06) will exhibit work at Luis de Jesus Los Angeles in a show titled Group Show. The exhibit opens Saturday May 22 at 5pm. The other participating artists are Christopher Barnard, Margie Livingston, Christopher Russell, Jason Sherry, and William Staples. The exhibition runs concurrent with Lael Corbin: "Greetings from Earth", in the main gallery.
Tadashi Moriyama was born in Tokyo and raised in Japan and the United States. Moriyama attended Tyler School of Art (BA 2003) and the University of Pennsylvania (MFA 2006). His intricately detailed aerial views of post-apocalyptic landscapes explore themes of creation and subsequent collapse of cities, memories, space and time, where technology and digital media function as manipulators and instigators of fear, death and hopeful renewal. Inspired and influenced by Buddhist and Hindu miniature painting, Italian Renaissance painting, as well as personal experiences, his overcrowded, over-systematized metropolises sprout consumptive organs, and breeding buildings evolve into chaotic knots of life-sustaining connective tissue. This will be Tadashi’s first exhibition with Luis De Jesus Los Angeles. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Opening Reception: May 22, 5:00 - 8:00pm
Exhibition Dates: May 22 - June 26, 2010
To read more about the show, view www.luisdejesus.com/news
LUIS DE JESUS LOS ANGELES
2525 MICHIGAN AVENUE
BERGAMOT STATION F2
SANTA MONICA, CA 90404
To see more of Tadashi's work, visit http://tadashimoriyama.com/
Marc Blumthal (MFA '10) has work in New Prints 2010/Spring, the thirty-fifth presentation of International Print Center New York (IPCNY)'s New Prints Program. The show consists of sixty-seven pieces by sixty-seven emerging to established artists, selected from a pool of nearly 2,200 submissions. The exhibition represents a cross-section of some of the most exceptional printmaking today while continuing IPCNY’s commitment to provide an ongoing exhibition venue for contemporary prints and a major source of information about artists working in the medium. It was curated by Philip Pearlstein.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 27, 6:00 - 8:00pm
Exhibition Dates: May 18 - June 26, 2010
International Print Center New York
526 West 26th Street, Room 824
New York, NY 10001
To see more of Marc's work, visit www.marcblumthal.com
Robert Melee's Talent Show
Artist Robert Melee returns as the curator of another evening of dance, performance art, music, and video. Organized as an evening of introductions between artists that Melee admires, each artist presents a short performance or video that unfolds in a talent show format on a stage set of Melee’s own design. Melee also adds to the showcase with the presentation of a new performance.
Participating artists include: Blanko + Noiry, Gerald Casel, Erin Dunn, Jacolby Satterwhite, Bruce LaBruce, Austin McCormick, Mirror Mirror, Marilyn Minter, Tom Melee, and Robert Melee.
This program is made possible with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.
Exhibition Dates: June 23 - 24, 2010, 8pm
512 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011
The University of Pennsylvania MFA Class of 2010 invites you to our MFA Thesis Exhibition opening Thursday, May 13 from 6:00-9:00pm.
The participating artists are Marc Blumthal, Tay Cha, Susan Fang, Nsenga Knight, Matthew Krawcheck, Chris Lawrence, Jiwon Lee, Liby Limoso, Kyle LoPinto, Joe Ovelman, Maria Rajewski, Heather Ramsdale, Jacolby Satterwhite, Ramon Urenia, Leigh Van Duzer, Christie Whisman, Nathan Thomas Wilson, and Cay Yoon.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 13th 6 – 9pm
Exhibition Dates: May 13th – 30th, 2010
Ice Box Project Space
Crane Arts Building
1400 North American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Pernot Hudson (MFA '06) and Ivanco Talevski (MFA '08) have work in a three-person exhibition titled I don't think we can do this any longer, opening Friday, May 7 from 6 - 10pm. The third participating artist is Christine Fenwick.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 7, 6:00 - 10:00pm
319 North 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
To see more of Pernot's work, visit www.pernothudson.com
To see more of Ivanco's work, visit www.ivancotalevski.com
Joshua Mosley (MFA Professor of Animation and Acting Chair) Has Work Exhibited at Philadelphia Art Museum
Joshua Mosley, International (Animation Still), 2010
Live Cinema/Histories in Motion presents a program of animated films by three young artists for whom the moving image and its cinematic qualities have become the prevailing form of expression. Philadelphia-based Jennifer Levonian and Joshua Mosley, along with Martha Colburn, originally from Pennsylvania and based in New York and Amsterdam, employ animation to examine both personal and communal experience. Combining paper cut-outs, collages, drawings, watercolors, and sculptures with stop-action techniques and computer technology, their animated films employ cinematic devices to create stories that reflect a range of experience, from daily interaction to ideological debates. Each artist’s animation and accompanying artworks will be on view for approximately one month.
Joshua Mosley’s International (2010) focuses on two historical figures, the American builder and philanthropist George Brown and Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek. Using photographs of pivotal places in the lives of the two protagonists, Mosley constructs an imaginary conversation that identifies Brown and Hayek’s perspectives on how a nation’s economic and social order should ideally evolve. International will be on view June 29 – July 25, 2010, together with a sculpture installation by Mosley.
Joshua will also give an artist's talk on Friday, July 9 called In Dialogue: Joshua Mosley and Adelina Vlas.
Exhibition Dates: June 29 - July 25, 2010
Artist Talk: 6:30pm, Friday, July 9, 2010, Van Pelt Auditorium
Philadelphia Art Museum
26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130
To see more of Joshua's work, visit http://joshuamosley.com/
Brent Wahl, excerpt from Interplanetary Death Star
Brent Wahl (MFA '06 and Fine Arts Lecturer) will be featured along with the other artists at the Vox Populi artist collective, at the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall this month. Wahl will be part of a three-day festival entitled No Soul For Sale – A Festival of Independents, from May 14-16. Tate Modern is working in collaboration with artist Maurizio Cattelan and curators Cecilia Alemani and Massimiliano Gioni to stage this event and to celebrate 10 years of the Tate Modern.
Just released this month, Wahl will also be one of the artists featured in, Vox Populi's first publication, We're Working On It. It’s a 120-page book that includes the history of Vox Populi (by Amy Adams), the starting point for a history of artist-run spaces in Philadelphia (by Richard Torchia), and an essay on our city's identity as a center of artistic production (by Paul Galvez).
Event Dates: May 14 - 16, 2010
London SE1 9TG
To see more of Brent's work, visit http://brentwahl.com/home.html
To learn more about Vox Populi, visit http://www.voxpopuligallery.org/