Gravy Studio & Gallery

HOPE SAIL | LEAH DYJAK

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

Gravy Studio & Gallery is proud to present Hope Sail, a series of work by interdisciplinary artist Leah Dyjak. Her … See Full Post

Suspended

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

Photography by Massimo Cristaldi Dates: April 13th - April 27th, 2019 Opening Reception:  Saturday, April 13th, 5-9pm Gravy Studio & … See Full Post

Elina Ruka: Immersion

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

Opening reception to be held October 5th, 6pm – 10pm Gravy Studio & Gallery is proud to present Immersion, a series … See Full Post

Rani Road

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

Gravy Studio is proud to present Saleem Ahmed’s first gallery exhibit of his series Rani Road. Ahmed’s self published book Rani Road is a short story narrative centered around the women in his family who were raised in Udaipur, India.

Paper Studies

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

Gravy Studio & Gallery is proud to present Paper Studies, Debra Bilow’s first solo exhibition
in Philadelphia. Paper Studies, focuses on Debra’s interest in still life compositions

How Wide is the Gulf? – First Friday Reception

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

How Wide is the Gulf? is a three-person exhibition, curated by Rebekah Flake, featuring lens-based projects by Gonzalo Reyes Rodríguez, Jezabeth Roca Gonzalez and Brooke White.

Poetics of Place

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

Gravy is proud to present Poetics of Place, a group exhibition of eight artists focusing on ideas of home, place and identity.

Invisible Hands that Feed New York

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

University degrees and prior work experience notwithstanding, many of New York City’s immigrants end up in the arduous field of … See Full Post

Last Call: Photography by Gene Smirnov

Gravy Studio & Gallery 910 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia

The neighborhood bar means different things to different people. For some it's entertainment, or the center of their social scene; … See Full Post