Mr. Anthony Goes to School

November 10 – December 14, 2005
Organized by Brian Wallace for the Levy Gallery for the Arts in Philadelphia, this exhibition features drawings, digital animations, a collaborative wall drawing, and solo works by artist Anthony Campuzano and the students he tutors in a program administered by After-School All-Stars at the Abigail Vare Elementary School in the Pennsport section of South Philadelphia.

Lisa Kereszi: A Previous Life

September 16 – October 30, 2005
In her photographs of public places locally and across the world, Lisa Kereszi reveals elegiac traces of the people who once occupied these now-vacant venues. Her work includes intimate visual essays connected to her youth and her hometown, evocative but unsentimental explorations of abandoned buildings and transitional neighborhoods, and askew views of public celebrations and other events.

Faith Ringgold: A View from

the Studio

September 16 – October 30, 2005
This retrospective exhibition explores the artist’s working methods in the context of story quilts, paintings, soft sculpture, and prints from her thirty-five-year career. 
*Due to spatial concerns of the exhibition, Faith Ringgold was presented in the Levy Gallery despite being a national artist who would normally be shown in the Goldie Paley Gallery.

Temporary Allegiance

July – October 2005
A series of flags submitted by members of the public flown outside Moore College of Art and Design, a public project presented in collaboration with Philip von Zweck and Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois, Chicago.

Elena Fajt: More Hair
Jennifer Blazina: Re-collect

July 5 – August 5, 2005
Fajt’s ongoing project begins with a public project, “Donate Your Hair,” and continues as a series of installations, fabrications, experiments, discussions, and re-installations through the remainder of the residency period.  Using a different set of processes and materials, Jennifer Blazina, over the course of her residency, slowly builds upon a collection of found photographs and old picture frames.  She combines prints and cast plaster frames in a site-specific installation visible, in part, from the front window of the Paley gallery.


May 21 – July 10, 2005
d.u.m.b.o arts center, 30 Washington Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201:  718.694.0831
Curator: Brian Wallace, Director of Exhibitions, The Galleries at Moore
Artists Featured: Leo Berk, Caitlin Bermingham, Richard Bottwin, Eric Kidhart, Carin Mincemoyer and Justin White

Moore College of Art & Design: 4 in Spring: Student Exhibitions 2005

April 1 – May 15, 2005


Multiples: Am I Repeating Myself?: 2005 Alumnae exhibition 

February 25 – March 20, 2005

An annual juried exhibition featuring recent work created by Moore alumnae.


Introduction '05: Program Fellows from The Center for Emerging Visual Artists

February 2–28, 2005

Organized by The Center for Emerging Visual Artists in cooperation with The Galleries at Moore, this exhibition is a first look at the work of CFEVA’s newest Career Development Program fellows.


Lewis & Clark: Contemporary Artists Revisit Race, Place, and Memory

January 28 – March 20, 2005
Organized by Tacoma Art Museum curator of contemporary art, Rock Hushka, the exhibition includes 75 works by 20 artists: a diverse range of objects including paintings, photographs, video work, and small-scale installations as well as contemporary works created in traditional Native American techniques such as carving, beadwork, and basketry.