Susanna W. Gold, Ph.D., Guest Curator Open House: Saturday, February 8, 2:00–4:00 p.m. Africa in Philadelphia brings together the work of visual … See Full Post
As you (hopefully) already know, InLiquid’s mission is to connection Philadelphia artists to the community. The best way we’re able … See Full Post
NoBA Artspaces hosts a final “Encore” exhibition bringing together four artists who have each had solo shows at NoBA Artspaces … See Full Post
Susanna W. Gold is curating the exhibition PHOTO-based, running at the NOBA Art Space from March 9th through March 30th. … See Full Post
NºBA Artspaces bids its Bala Cynwyd galleries farewell with its final exhibition, curated by InLiquid member Susanna W. Gold, Ph.D. … See Full Post
2 prints from Bouton’s Burmese Days Series are featured in this group show curated by Susanna W. Gold. January 2019 at NoBA Artspaces … See Full Post
Having worked in a range of spaces from the finest professional studios to informally constructed environments, the open air, and even the occasional improvised garage, Dixon now transforms the NºBA gallery space into a working studio.
Working with highly reduced palettes of grays, blues, and browns, both Nancy Agati and Agathe Bouton focus on line, shape, and contrasts of light and dark.
Robert McNellis combines light, industrial materials, film, video, and photography to create sculpture that bridges abstraction and representation.
Matthew Courtney joins Mark J. Dixon, Andre Rubin, and Etta Winigrad in the group exhibition, “Surreally.” Through diverse methods and mediums, four contemporary artists offer new approaches to the unconscious, referencing aspects of Surrealism while remaining distinct from the Surrealist tradition.