November 5 – December 15, 2002
A survey of photographs, torn posters, sculpture, collages, installations; documentaries and experimental film; as well as new photographic, text, and Internet-based works inspired by American culture.
Conceived by the Centre Pompidou, Musee National d’Art Moderne – Centre de Creation Industrielle, Paris – Organized by the Goldie Paley Gallery
Bernarda Bryson Shahn: A Selection of Prints and Drawings from 1928 – 1998
September 16 – 27, 2002
Held in conjunction with the Philadelphia Print Collaborative’s “Image and Print” festival.
September 13 – October 20, 2002
An exhibition of work by twenty-five emerging Philadelphia artists, this exhibition is an informal survey, presenting works by emerging artists living and working in Philadelphia as chosen by an array of curators from across the city. Curators from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Institute of Contemporary Art, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, The Print Center, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts among others, have contributed their expertise to this unique collaboration.
May 30 – July 26, 2002
This interactive lounge installation of sound and video works was developed as an extension of an ongoing series of outdoor multimedia events organized under the acronym L.U.R.E. (Lighting for Urban Rooftop Environments)
May 30 – July 26, 2002
Featuring a site-specific installation and recent works from an ongoing project by this emerging Dutch artist who explores drawing as a sculptural process and constructs fictional narratives that explore the metaphysical essence of thoughts, words, and images. This is the first solo museum exhibition for Manders in the United States, and serves as an introduction and closer examination of the work of this international artist.
Organized by the Art Gallery of York University, Toronto
Moore College of Art & Design: 5 in Spring Student Exhibitions 2002
March 22 – May 6, 2002
JOURNEYS: 2002 Alumnae Exhibition
February 20 – March 14, 2002
January 15 – February 24, 2002
Guest curator: Lisa Melandri
Each has been recognized not only as a fine portraitist but also as an artist who has, through portraiture, captured the “Painting of Modern Life.” The three native Pennsylvanians have focused their talents on recording their lives and times; their production is inexplicably linked to their respective generations.