Press Clippings Archive

Heritage Presents First FRYday on First Friday, Philly Mag, 11/16
DesignPhiladelphia 2016: 10 Must-See Sites and Eventscurbed.com Philadelphia, 10/16
Kids in solitary in Philly jails: ‘It was the worst time of my life’philly.com, 8/16
Our World Media Magazine New York City Pg. 21, Our World Media Magazine, 8/16
Prison exhibit, timed to the DNC, stirs visceral reactionsphilly.com, 7/16
Starting today, you can walk into a solitary confinement cell at the Free Library, BillyPenn.com, 7/16
Top Picks For Art Exhibitions And Events In Philly This July, Uwishunu, 7/16
20+ Awesome DNC Events And Exhibitions In Philadelphia 2016, VisitPhilly.com, 7/16
WURD Up Show w/ Keaton Nichols (Interview Starts 41: 45), 900AM, 7/16
Seeking ‘justice’ for end to solitary confinement, Temple News, 7/16
“Park Towne Place: A Look Inside Philadelphia’s Newest Art Gallery,” Philly Mag, 6/16
“Art for the Cash Poor 2016,”
PhiladelphiaWeekly.com, 5/16
“African American Museum exhibition explores ‘crisis’ of incarceration,”
 Philly.com, 5/16
“CRUXspace outputs political, geographical and social media messages for Philly Tech Week,” KnightBlog, 5/16
“Top Picks For Art Events And Exhibitions In Philly This April,” Uwishunu, 4/2016
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Angela McQuillan,” Flying Kite Media, 3/16
“Our Picks For March’s First Friday With Game Of Thrones Quizzo, Gallery Events And More,” Uwishunu, 3/16
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Melissa Maddonni Haims,” Flying Kite Media, 3/16
“Top Picks For Must-See Exhibitions And Artsy Events In Philly This March,” Uwishunu, 3/16
“NEW ART SCULPTURE,” Fox 29, 2/16
“Mingling with Millennials: Rago at InLiquid’s Young Professional Night”, Rago Blog, 2/16
“16 Incredible Art Pieces You Can Buy at InLiquid’s Benefit Tomorrow,” Philly Mag, 2/16
“For artist, intricacy achieved through texture,” Temple News, 2/16
“Photos: InLiquid Annual Art Show and Benefit 2016 with the Philanthropic and Fashionable Set,” PhillyChitChat, 2/16
“Feb 6, 2016 InLiquid Art + Design + Benefit v. 16!,” Al B. For’s Weblog, 2/16
“What To Do In Philly On First Friday In February,” Uwishunu, 2/16
“Top Picks For Not-To-Miss Art Exhibitions In Philly This February,” Uwishunu, 2/16
“Wing to Carve Ice at InLiquid Benefit,” rogerwing.com, 2/16
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Jodi Cachia,” Flying Kite Media, 2/16
“10 Awesome Things To Do In Philly This Week, February 1-7,” Uwishunu.com, 2/16
“InLiquid Young Professionals Night Brings Philly Art Community to Students,” Campus Philly, 2/16
“A new way home,” Temple News, 1/16
“Three panels-PAFA+Black Lives Matter, Inliquid+Social Practice, Moore Galleries+Walter Robinson; John Muse+Vicky Funari+Strange Truth film series, Personnel changes at AAMP, FWM and UArts; Boston Mayor believe in artists; Ken Lum muses on Philly and Canada; Plus Nathaniel Popkin, Heather Ujiie, lunch tours at SEI, Schomburg Seminar at Taller and Opportunities galore,” theartblog.org, 01/16
“Top Art Picks For January 2016 In And Around Philadelphia,” Uwishunu, 01/16
“24 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend,” Philly Mag, 11/15
“Three Excellent Events Where Having Fun Raises Funds In Philly This Week,” Uwishunu, 11/15
“19 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend,” Philly Mag, 11/15
“Our Picks For November’s First Friday With A Swing Dance Party At The Barnes, A Game Of Thrones-Themed Exhibit And More,” Uwishunu, 11/15
“Top Art Picks For November 2015 In And Around Philadelphia,” Uwishunu, 11/15
“Catch Emily Cobb’s Naturelicious Jewelry in Philly #WearableWednesday,” adafruit, 10/15
“InLiquid Presents Smashed Label’s xFree? Exhibit Through January 1st,” Geekadelphia, 10/15
“With Art Picks: Top Picks For October 2015 Art Happenings In And Around Philadelphia,” Uwishunu.com, 10/15
“Our Top Picks For October’s First Friday With A Mural Arts Party At Building Bok, Live Music At The Barnes And More,” Uwishunu.com, 10/15
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Jay Walker,” Flying Kite Media, 9/15
“Our Top Picks For September’s First Friday With A Collaborative Exhibition At Indy Hall, An Opening At Metropolitan Gallery 250 And More,” Uwishunu.com, 9/15
“With Art Picks: Top Picks For September 2015 Art Happenings In And Around Philadelphia,” Uwishunu.com, 9/15
“In the galleries: Art picks for August,” Philly.com, 8/15
“Property Tour: The Artistic Revival of Park Towne Place,” Philly Mag, 8/15
InLiquid Artist Profile: Jennifer Baker, Flying Kite Media, 7/15
“PaperClips Presents InLiquid Artist Interviews: Keith Sharp,” PaperClips215, 7/15
“Best of Philly: Best Affordable Art,” Philly Mag, 7/15
“Philly’s new vibrancy lures crowds,” Pittsburgh Tribune, 7/15
“PaperClips Presents InLiquid Artist Interviews: OTF Studios,” PaperClips215, 6/15
PHOTOS: Art for the Cash Poor at Crane Arts, Philly Mag, 6/15
“InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor Kicks Off Tonight,” Philly Mag, 6/15
“8 ways to show your Philly pride this weekend,” philly.com, 6/15
“InLiquid hosts affordable art event,” Temple News, 6/15
21 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend
“Weekly Entertainment Guide – Patience, Pride & Palace of Exotic Wonders,” Newsworks, 6/15
“Tyler student’s jewelry designs appear in ‘Vogue’,” Temple News, 6/15
“Inliquid’s Art for the Cash Poor,” Philadelphia City Paper, 6/15
“InLiquid, an artists’ safety net for 16 years,” philly.com 6/15
“A guide to Art for the Cash Poor,” Philly.com, 6/15
“This Week in Clips • June 8 through 14,” PaperClips215, 6/15
“InLiquid Art & Design Hosts Its Huge Annual Art Show And Sale, Art For The Cash Poor, This Weekend, June 12-14,” uwishunu.com, 6/15
“Our Top Picks For First Friday In Philadelphia With A Mural Arts Skate Party, Frankford Avenue Beer Bash, Barnes Foundation Jazz Show And More, Friday, June 5,” uwishunu.com, 6/15
“With Art Picks: Top Picks For June 2015 Art Happenings In And Around Philadelphia,” uwishunu.com, 6/15
“InLiquid Presents Annual Art for the Cash Poor 16, June 12-14th!,” Geekadelphia, 6/15
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Dganit Zauberman,” Flying Kite Media, 5/15
Focus Group with Bryan Hoffman and Rachel Zimmerman, Focus Group, 5/15
“PHOTOS: The first ever Rad Awards,” Rad-Girls.com, 4/15
“Cultural Leaders Reveal How They Use the Tools of Their Trades,” Jewish Exponent, 3/15
“Flashy is out. Styles for spring offer cleaner palettes, basic shapes, and cool confidence,” Philly.com, 03/15
“Four InLiquid Artists at Engagement Studios,” Knight Arts, 03/15
“This Week in Clips • March 9 through 15,” PaperClips215, 03/15
“PULSE New York 2015,” Widewalls, 03/15
“Instagram-Ready PULSE Looks To Surprise You,” Artnet, 03/15
“32 Fabulous Armory Week Photographs from 6 Fairs,” Artnet, 03/15
“Dilapidated Dollhouses: A Look at Philadelphia’s Local Architecture in 1:12 Scale,” Architizer, 02/15
“InLiquid Benefit v.15,” PaperClips215, 02/15
“First Friday February • Top Picks from PaperClips,” PaperClips215, 02/15
“Tech-Based Art Takes Over Rowan University Art Gallery,” New Jersey News, 02/15
“XPN Weekend Arts Crawl…Out of the cold and Into the Woods, celebrating women, crystals as art, and more!,” The Key, 02/15
“OUT & ABOUT: InLiquid’s Benefit v. 15,” Faymeproblems, 02/15
“InLiquid Art + Design,” Wikipedia, 02/15
“Exhibit speaks to ‘urbanism’ and ‘identification’,” Temple News, 02/15
“Bid on available artworks from InLiquid’s benefit until Tuesday night!,” Art Nerd, 02/15
“Philly Weekend Preview: 2/6,” Jawnville, 02/15
“17 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend: Dave Attell, Ursula Rucker, First Friday Picks and More,” Philly Mag, 02/15
“InLiquid celebrates its 15th annual benefit,” philly.com, 02/15
“Bid! Grab a deal on artworks by your favorites for Inliquid’s benefit,” Art Nerd, 02/15
“Gay To Do: ‘The Whale,’ Guerilla Queer Bar Takeover & more,” Philly.com, 02/15
“February First Friday picks: Arts, beer & more,” Philly.com, 02/15
“Support the arts at the Benefit v. 15 fundraiser,” Philly Voice, 02/15
“Six artists reimagine the city in new exhibit,” Philly Voice, 02/15
“InLiquid Celebrates 15 Years Of Supporting Fine Art In Philadelphia At Its Annual Art Party And Silent Auction Benefit v.15, February 6-7,” Uwishunu, 02/15
“With Art Philadelphia: Top Picks For February 2015 Art Happenings In And Around Philadelphia,” Uwishunu, 02/15
“SIMULATE – PERMEATE,” DoNArTNeWs, 02/15
“OUT & ABOUT: InLiquid VIP Preview Party,” FAYMEPROBLEMS, 01/15
“What a Go-Go Bar, a Mini Mart, and a Church All Have in Common,” Curbed, 01/15
“PaperClips Presents InLiquid Artist Interviews: Roger Wing,” PaperClips215, 01/15
“InLiquid 2015 Winter Exhibitions: Crane Arts & Painted Bride Art Center,” Weekly Press, 1/15
“Rowan exhibit explores use of new media in contemporary art,” NJ.com, 01/15
“Jeffrey Stockbridge at Painted Bride,” theartblog.org, 12/14
“News post – Santa Classics returns, AJW directs a Dan Deacon mind-melter, Dupree Studio stays, opportunities and more!,” theartblog.org, 12/14
“PaperClips Presents InLiquid Artist Interviews: Cheryl Harper,” PaperClips215, 12/14
“Top 10 Art Galleries in Philadelphia’s Hip Northern Liberties,” Culture Trip, 12/14
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Drew Leshko’s tiny houses pay tribute to architectural history,” Flying Kite Media, 12/14
“Local work showcased by nonprofit,” The Temple News, 12/14
“With Art Philadelphia: Top Picks For December 2014 Art Happenings In And Around Philadelphia,” uwishunu, 12/14
“With Art Philadelphia: Top Picks For November 2014 Art Happenings In And Around Philadelphia,” uwishunu, 11/14
“InLiquid Artist Profile: Dawn Kramlich,” Flying Kite Media, 11/14
“At the Kimmel Center? Look up: InLiquid is screening videos on ‘The Cube’,” Technical.ly Philly, 9/14
“Celebrating 15 Years of InLiquid,” PaperClips215,

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Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination with images borrowed from art history and other popular cultural sources, Borgen has developed a hybrid visual language which he uses in his digital prints and wall installations to make comment on topics ranging from historical, formal strategies of artmaking to issues within the current political and social discourse.
Matthew Borgen

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

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