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  • Project 35: Redux

    Project 35 is a year-long international video exhibition of historic and contemporary works selected by 35 curators from around the globe, where each was invited to select one artist’s video that they consider a vital addition to any contemporary audience’s repertoire. Shown in 4 parts over the past 10 months, this final installation of the series, curated by Gabrielle Lavin and Elizabeth Gilly, interim co-directors of The Galleries at Moore, will highlight and make arguments for a small...

  • Women to Watch: Photography in Philadelphia

    Featuring new or recent work by five established and three emerging women artists; Genevieve Coutroubis, Alida Fish, Eileen Neff, Clarissa Sligh, Sarah Stolfa, Zoe Strauss, Ruth Thorne-Thomsen, and Deborah Willis. Presented by the Pennsylvania State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, (NMWA) in partnership with The Galleries at Moore. Curator: Susan Fisher Sterling, Deputy Director/Chief Curator NMWA, Washington, D.C.  

  • Shizuko Kimura: The Poetics of Form

    Working directly from live models and using a needle and thread, Japanese artist Shizuko Kimura creates intricately rendered figure drawings that fuse Asian aesthetics with Western concepts of figurative art and abstraction. In allegience to the performative elements of drawing, her intimate works demonstrate the stitched mark's ability to record subtle gesture and capture the essential vitality of the human body through a reductive use of line and texture.  

  • The Sky's Gone Out

    Taking Freud’s concept of the uncanny as a starting point, The Sky’s Gone Out explores displacement, horror and anxiety in contemporary visual art, literature, popular culture and design.

  • 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...

  • Marlene Dumas: Give The People What They Want

    An exhibition of recent drawings and paintings.

  • DesignLab 20/10: Carmelita Couture + Humalode LLC

    Design Lab 20/10 pairs emerging fashion designers with emerging artists from Philadelphia in creative collaborations. Artists and designers will have the opportunity to respond to the work of selected fashion designers by creating an "environment" for displaying the designs in the Galleries' InSights Gallery, in the window on Race Street. This is the first of five pairings, featuring the fashions of Carmelita Martell of Carmelita Couture, whose boutique just opened at 17 North 3rd Street, and...

  • DesignLab 20/10: Cheryl Washington + Gibbs Connors

    The third of five pairings in the original DesignLab series, this collaborative installation brings together a new clothing line by Philadelphia-based fashion designer Cheryl Washington and the creative response of local artist Gibbs Connors.   

  • Artur Bario: Actions After Actions

    Guest curators: Brian Wallace, Carlos Basualdo, Christine Macel, and Ingrid Schaffner This is the first North American exhibition of works by Arthur Barrio, an artist who has been conducting and documenting politically radical, aesthetically challenging “situations” since 1968.  The exhibition in the Goldie Paley Gallery includes digitally-projected films and slide sets, notebooks, drawings, photographs, and objects.  The Levy Gallery, with the black curtains, contains a large new site-specific...

  • Oyvind Fahlstrom

    Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of recent works by the Swedish artist with accompanying catalogue and introduction by the artist.  

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