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  • Philagrafika 2010: The Graphic Unconscious

    The Galleries at Moore are one of five venues presenting the exhibition, The Graphic Unconscious in conjunction with Philagrafika 2010, Philadelphia’s international festival celebrating the print in contemporary art. Philagrafika 2010 will focus on artistic practices that engage the visual, intellectual and creative frontiers in printmaking and how these approaches relate to social and political issues in the public sphere.   The Graphic Unconscious, the core exhibition of the festival, is...

  • DESIGNLAB: Gabriel Boyce + Preston Link - Rock

    Featuring the collaborative work of artists Gabriel Boyce and Preston Link, this exhibition showcases their application of new technologies through a recent partnership with NextFab Studio in University City. Using cutting-edge design programs to redevelop a two-year-in-the-making, ongoing project, the artists use advanced fabrication methods to realize a progressive interpretation of Rock – an ever-evolving concept that was grown out of a cell phone image taken in January of 2009. With the...

  • 2012

    Emma Salamon: Vanitas October 13, 2012 - January 12, 2013 Like memento mori, Emma Salamon’s darkly romantic, installation-based works explore the dichotomous terrain between desire and repulsion, beauty and decay and, ultimately, life and death. Shizu Saldamando: All Tomorrow’s Parties October 13 – December 8, 2012 Shizu Saldamando’s work proposes a decidedly contemporary take on portraiture, in which the conventional constructs of identity are challenged by layering signifiers and hybrid...

  • Frances Trombly: Everything and Nothing

    Riffing on Duchamp’s notion of the readymade, Frances Trombly’s laboriously crafted sculptures are meticulous recreations of mundane objects that normally escape our attention.

  • Tours

    TOURS The Galleries at Moore offer tours of our current exhibitions at no cost to the general public. Tours can be scheduled from 11:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday and by special appointment. Contact Education and Public Engagement Coordinator, Matt Kalasky mkalasky@moore.edu 215 965 4045   SCHOOL GROUPS The Galleries welcome school groups of all ages including K-12, undergraduate, and graduate students. Tours can be scheduled 11:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday and by special...

  • Film al Fresco 2014

    INDIE FILM + FOOD ON THE PARKWAY Film al Fresco is back for its second year!  Join us this summer for a free series of outdoor screenings of films and videos created by some of the most talented artists and independent filmmakers in the Greater Philadelphia/Delaware Valley region, all complemented by tasty fareserved up by some of the city’s finest food trucks. When?  At dusk (approximately 8pm) on the following Fridays: June 13 & 27 and July 11 & 25. Food trucks arrive around 7pm, so...

  • 2017

    NICK LENKER RECREATION: FIRST PERSON September 16, 2017 – January 6, 2018 This exhibition addresses the complexities of dealing with identity and intimacy within virtual and digital spaces. Exploring voyeurism and performance of self, Philadelphia artist Nick Lenker uses hand-built ceramic objects, digital video and sound to transform the gallery into a narrative environment that tells the story of a character whose world is rendered through three-dimensional, digital modeling...

  • THANK YOU

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  • Programs

    Be sure to join The Galleries at Moore for all of our public programs and events.  All events are free and open to the public and will take place at the Moore College of Art and Design unless otherwise noted.  Contact Education and Public Engagement Coordinator, Matt Kalasky with questions at mkalasky@moore.edu or 215 965 4045   Be sure to join The Galleries at Moore for all of our public programs and events.  All events are free and open to the public and will take place at the Moore...

  • 2018

    MFA THESIS EXHIBITION March 31 – April 14, 2018 Opening Reception: Friday, March 30 6-8 PM Featuring work by Kevin Coyle, G Phoebe Durst, Ariana Hajdu, Tara Kijek and Huewayne Watson “Collectively, we define process as a series, or set of actions, brought together as a way of making, doing, and confronting conceptual ideas including ancestry, trauma, flow, engagement, abstraction. For us, process-focused works collected in this exhibition have yielded new connections,...

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