The Plastic Club’s new Exhibition Season begins with a show devoted to the humble Line, in all its variety and meanings. The show is called “What’s My Line?.”
The show’s prospectus explains the wide range of interpretations: “The lines can be literal (e.g., line drawings, wild and intersecting line compositions); word play (e.g., clothes lines, fishing lines; lines of type; line-ups), political (gender lines, police lines, political party lines); scientific (EKG readings, weather maps, volcano readings). The lines can be a subtle part of the work or in your face. You choose.”
The show’s juror will be Tyler Kline, artist and curator from Kensington’s Little Berlin gallery. The work can be viewed during the opening, on the afternoon of the third Sunday of the month, and by appointment.
The Plastic Club, founded in 1897, is a historic art club located on scenic Camac Street in Center City.