Press Releases

October 2014
InLiquid presents Jeffrey Stockbridge Homegoing: Photographs from 2004-2008

March 2014
InLiquid presents Daniel Gafanhoto From Rio to Brotherly Love

February 2014
InLiquid at the Bride presents Jillian Sokso Grafting Ammunition

January 2014
InLiquid at Crane Hall presents John Woodin Un-natural Landscape

January 2014
InLiquid at the Bride presents Lynnette Shelley Menagerie

September 2013
InLiquid at project space de presents Don Kaiser Winter Heart

September 2013
InLiquid at the Bride presents Deirdre Murphy Murmurations

September 2013
InLiquid at Crane Hall presents Karl Jones Repertoire Revised

August 2013
InLiquid at Crane Arts presents The Members Show, with Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and Second State Press

July 2013
InLiquid at International House presents Jessica Demcsak Suspension of Time

May 2013
InLiquid at Crane Hall presents Henry Bermudez The Kelicia Project. Una Nueva Posibilidad

April 2013
InLiquid at the Bride presents Michele Kishita Of Water and Wood

March 2013
InLiquid at Crane Hall presents All’s Fair…, work by Darla Jackson

February 2013
InLiquid at Crane Hall presents Istoria, work by Jay Walker

January 2013
InLiquid at the Bride presents Potraying Kinship, work by Helen Mirkil and Kim Alsbrooks

September 2012
InLiquid at the Bride presents Covenant, work by Amanda Granum

April 2012
InLiquid at the Bride presents More Stitch Witchery

March 2012
InLiquid at International House presents 709b, by TangenT

February 2012
Likeness, a group exhibition showcasing portraits, curated by Brooke Hine

January 2012
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Place and No Place and surface, water, rail, new work by Robert Solomon

InLiquid at the Bride presents Clean Shirts and Dirty Business, work by Libbie Soffer

December 2011
InLiquid at International House presents Murals Set in Motion, organized by Sean Stoops

November 2011
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Prospect, an installation by Rebecca Gilbert
InLiquid at the Bride presents Animalia, work by Lynnette Shelley

October 2011
InLiquid at International House presents Indian Kaleidoscope, video series by Termite TV

September 2011
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Hold, an installation by Candace Karch
InLiquid at the Bride presents Hope for a Better World, work by Nikolay Milushev

July 2011
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents The Library of Keys, an installation by Jane Runyeon

June 2011
InLiquid at International House presents Monologue Series, a video installation by Jodi Sweitzwer

May 2011
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Motifs, work by Shannon Donovan

April 2011
InLiquid at the Bride presents Home Imagined, work by Brenna K. Murphy

March 2011
Just Add Maggots, an installation by Colette Copeland at International House Video Lounge
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Chance, photographs by Paul Rider

January 2011
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Myth/Memory, work by Melinda Steffy
InLiquid at the Bride presents In My Body: Reworks

November 2010
Intimate Landscapes and Denizens of the Garden by Susan Arthur Whitson at west elm

October 2010
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Wind & Weather, an installation by Zoë Cohen

August 2010
InLiquid at International House presents Valence, a video series by Stephen Scott Smith

July 2010
InLiquid at the Bride presents …if this your mother knew, paintings by Anna Breininger
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Islanded, new work by Sharka Hyland

April 2010
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Stratum, recent work by Nancy Agati

March 2010
InLiquid at International House presents Selected Portraits, video work by David Kessler
InLiquid at the Crane Hall presents Like a Moth to a Flame, an installation by Leah Reynolds

December 2009
American Pastime, new work by Katherine Kesselring at the Painted Bride Cafe Gallery
InLiquid at the International House presents Homeland, a video installation curated by Colette Copeland

October 2009
What You See Is, a site-specific installation by Rebecca Jacoby at the Crane Arts Hall

August 2009
Adapted Utopia, an installation by Leslie Mutchler at the Crane Arts Hall
InLiquid at the International House presents 2 Cents, a video installation curated by Anita Allyn
I’ll Teach Your Grandma To Grow Gills, new work by Ashley Payne at Painted Bride Cafe Gallery

June 2009
Toward a Better Existence, a site-specific installation by Charles Livingston at the Crane Arts Hall


April 2009

Sound of Sight: Experiments in Audio-Visual Translation, a video installation by Ashley John Pigford
InLiquid at the Crane presents Houston and Bowery, a site-specific installation by Summer Yates

March 2009
Home, an installation by Colleen McCubbin Stepanic at the Painted Bride Cafe Gallery

February 2009
I Don’t Know, a site-specific installation by Buy Shaver at the Crane Hall
InLiquid at I-House presents Virtual Boring., a new video installation by J. Makary

January 2009
InLiquid presents Transfigure, an exhibition of new photography & video art by Benjamin Pierce
Virgil Wong’s Billions of Robots Heal the Human Heart at International House Video Lounge

December 2008
InLiquid Teams up with Greensgrow Farms for “A Very Kensington Christmas”
Susan White’s read, an installation presented by InLiquid at the Crane Hall

October 2008
Annette Cords’ The Hidden Effect of Time, presented by InLiquid at the Crane Hall
InLiquid at the Bride presents Arden Bendler Browning’s Urban Reef

July 2008
InLiquid presents Project ME3 by Stephen Scott Smith in three venues

June 2008
Betwixt Between These Crossed Stars, a mixed media installation by Tyler Kline

May 2008
InLiquid’s “Art for the Cash Poor 9″ at the Crane – Two-Day Party and Sale

April 2008
The Crane Adjacent, a site-specific installation by Jessica Demcsak at Crane Arts

March 2008
InLiquid at the Bride presents World Headquarters, paintings and prints by Amze Emmons

February 2008
Traces, a fiber installation by Libbie Soffer at Crane Arts

January 2008
InLiquid at I-House presents The Third Idea, a video installation by Nick Cassway a.k.a. DJ Yard Sale
InLiquid at the Bride presents GenRich, an installation by Steven Earl Weber

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Press Excerpts: Selected Quotes

“This Week in Photography: New JFK Photos, Hi-Def Ski Cams and a Strap That Doesn’t Suck”
Wired, November 16, 2013
“Too often art and photography is just an ego stroke. In Philadelphia, a photography exhibition that opened last weekend is bucking the trend with a message of social justice and essential legal services for the city’s youth….Beyond the significance of helping these youth succeed, the programming demonstrates a model for future marriage of art and social practice.”
– Wired Photo Department

“Juvenile In Justice at Crane Arts – Activist project raises issues about The System”
theartblog, November 24, 2013
“While art can’t move mountains and cause change, artists can be facilitators, and through their art, witnesses to issues of human concern. Art can stir emotions, incite the mind and beat the drum for change and here in Juvenile In Justice it does all that.”
– Roberta Fallon

“InLiquid Art and Design”
DoNArTNeWs, February 26, 2013
“The grateful painting also expresses the true gratitude of the Philadelphia arts community towards Rachel Zimmerman and her team for all the exposure and opportunities created for artists with the InLiquid website and the exhibition opportunities they have developed since the late 20th Century. InLiquid pre-dates Google.” – Don Brewer

“Off the Wall”
Philadelphia Style magazine, winter 2004
“Since launching InLiquid.com in 1999, [the] experiment has become Philadelphia’s one-stop site for grant information and gallery news. It’s also a catalyst for building a stronger local visual arts community.” – Joseph Dennis Kelly II

“LiquidVox Benefit Auction”
Philadelphia City Paper, September 25 – October 1, 2003
“Be sure to stretch, wiggle your ear and rub your eyes as soon as you enter the realm of wonderment that is InLiquid’s fourth annual silent auction…this is no hoity-toity test of affluence and pomposity.”- Andrew Parks

“Breaking the Mold,”
Philadelphia City Paper, May 9-16, 2002
“What InLiquid hopes is that [the] clash between established energy and new ideas will help Philadelphia start a riot of its own. It wants to plot how, through independent projects, the city’s art scene can grab the attention of outsiders and get in on the international dialogue of contemporary art.” – Elisa Ludwig

”InLiquid Helps Solidify Arts Community”
Technophilly.com, vol. 2, issue 5 (2001)
“[InLiquid] helps artists find each other and lets art enthusiasts peruse pieces and get in touch with the artists directly. Because the site isn’t based around e-commerce and InLiquid doesn’t take a cut of anything sold, artists who are already represented by a dealer are free to join…for artists, the site has become a tool.” – Theta Parvis

“InLiquid.com: the Philadelphia Art Source”
Philadelphia Weekly, April 26, 2000
“Where besides First Friday can Philadelphia art lovers and makers join forces? If they’re willing to forgo plastic cups of Chardonnay for fluid cyberspace, InLiquid.com might be the spot. InLiquid lists local galleries with maps and directions; posts firsthand accounts, tips and resumes from local artists; prints reviews of local exhibits; and maintains a cyber art gallery in every possible medium…” – Elisa Ludwig

“Brave New Art World”
Philadelphia City Paper, September 14-21, 2000
“A local art and design network takes the gallery game in new directions on the Web…a hip combination of high-tech cosmopolitanism and idiosyncrasy…” – Robin Rice