Don’t miss TWO openings next Thursday, December 6th from 6 – 9 pm. Join us while we open the photographs from Philly Photo Day and 99 days.
Philadelphia Photo Day was on October 26th. On that day, everyone in the city was invited to take a photograph in Philadelphia. We have printed and will hang every single picture for a unique exhibition capturing a day in the life of Philadelphia. We received over 1,700 photographs this year! Check out this video to see what Philly Photo Day is all about and come to the gallery tomorrow night to see all the submissions!
Also, swing by to see 99 days
December 6th, 2012 – February 23rd, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 6th, 6-9pm
The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center is pleased to announce 99 Days, a group exhibition featuring the work of Stefan Abrams, Gabriel Angemi, Andrew Fillmore, Thilde Jensen, Jay Muhlin and Brian Ulrich.
The six participating artists were invited to present new work created between August 1st and the Presidential election, November 6, 2012. 99 Days is comprised largely of images of people and their relationships to social space, the urban environment, solitude, the campaign trail and commercial culture during these politically heightened times.
This exhibition highlights the diverse ways in which images are captured including everything from i Phones to 8×10 view cameras. Each of the participating artists also embraces diving into the world, and more specifically the street, in order to make sense of the current social landscape.