September 4 – 27, 2015. Opening reception Friday, September 4 from 6 to 9 PM
“Little Berlin gallery is pleased to present UNcommons, a guest exhibition with the University of Pennsylvania. UNcommons deals with issues of space and spatial interventions in the physical, psychological, and digital worlds. The exhibition showcases five artists – chukwumaa, Shaina Gates, E. Jane, Kaitlin Pomerantz, and Marianna Williams. The opening reception will take place at the gallery, located at 2430 Coral Street in Kensington, on Friday September 4th from 6:00 to 9:00PM.
Each of the five artists featured in UNcommons presents possibilities for reconfiguring, remembering, and disrupting our experience of space in a variety of media, including natural and found materials, paper, photography, video, and sound. Further information about the artists can be found on the event page for the exhibition: http://littleberling.org/ Curated by Haely Chang, Kirsten Gill and Hilary Whitham, UNcommons is the first exhibition in the newly launched Incubation Series, a collaboration between students in the Fine Arts and History of Art graduate programs at the University of Pennsylvania.
UNcommons is sponsored by the Departments of Fine Arts and History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania. For more information about the exhibition or the series, please contact Hilary Whitham at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
“Little Berlin is a cooperative exhibition space run by approximately 10 people who curate the space using a collaborative, do-it-yourself ethic. Located in Kensington, Philadelphia, members actively pursue community outreach through ongoing projects such as the Philadelphia Public History Truck, The Fairgrounds community garden as well as monthly exhibitions. As opposed to an artist cooperative, we do not usually show our own artwork. Instead, we feature emerging and established artists from the neighborhood, from around Philadelphia, and from across the country.
little berlin is located in the Viking Mill, a historic textile-mill turned artist space in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia located at Boston St. at Coral St. – enter through the courtyard at Coral St.” – Little Berlin
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