Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Student exhibition winners

Congratulations to the following students!  There were over 100 photographs submitted for the student exhibition this year.  The judges had a VERY difficult time narrowing the selection!  Many beautiful photos were not included due to space restrictions.  We simply can't show all of the beautiful work which was submitted. Please do not feel badly if your work was not selected.

The following pieces were selected - in no particular order:

Bucks Student show 2014 – accepted photos.

James Lyon- "Mourning Mother"
Lori Patano- "Waiting for someone"
G. Josef Armstrong- "Portrait of Karl Beck"
Cindy Fatisis- "Bridge Shadow"
Victor Rothernel- "The Ghost of Victor"
Freddie Reed- "Speaks 1000 Words"
Josh Hannold- "The Pilot"
Margo Greb- "Connections #1" and "Face covered with Leaves"
Janice Watson- "Cafe Windows" and "Rustic Relic"
Kelly Bilger- "Where Do I Go From Here?"
Carolyn DeSautel- "Heather in jasmine"
Jim Guy- "Stream"
Christina Spiro- "Shot"
Philip Rothenburg- "Lag Bolts"
Tatiana Louiogene- "Mechelen"
Susan Kott- "Untitled, Navy Yard" and "Untitled, Shipyard"
Bill Kraus- "The Waiter"
Richard Hackman- "Praying by the Window"
Margarita Kenis- "Ben"
Jennifer Marquis- "Velvet Rose"
Katie Brownell- "Hands"
Jettie Sailor- "Count to Ten" and "Street Musicians"
Caren Baciga, "Untitled"
Irina V. Tachkova- "untitled"

Please contact Julia with any questions regarding the print size as we have limited gallery space. Accepted work should be printed and matted with a white matte as soon as possible. 


Tuesday, March 11, 2014

49th Annual Student Exhibition

Our annual student exhibition is coming up soon!  Keep an eye out for submission deadlines beginning in April. 

Spring Break Lab Hours

Monday 3/17
Tuesday 3/18
Wednesday 3/19
Thursday 3/20


Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Friday, February 21, 2014

Jen Davis at PPAC

Lecture & Book Signing

In conjunction with the 2014 Book Fair, please join us for a lecture and book signing with Jen Davis as we celebrate the release of her first monograph Jen Davis 11 Years (Kehrer Verlag). The culmination of over a decade’s worth of work, 11 Years dives into the complex territory of self-portraiture in order to reveal aspects of contemporary society that are overlooked, pushed aside, or ignored all together. Using a blend of biography and fantasy, Davis deftly weaves a narrative that threads beauty, body image, desire and identity through a focused meditation of her own personal story. Jen Davis (b. 1978) is a Brooklyn based photographer. Davis has exhibited widely including at the Indianapolis Museum of Art; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Center for Photography at Woodstock; Light Work Gallery, Syracuse; Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne. Davis’s photographs are in many public and private collections, the Art Institute of Chicago, The Sir Elton John Photography Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and The Library of Congress among others.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Philadelphia, PA - November 19th, 6:00pm – November 19th, 7:30pm

Artist Lecture & Book Signing: Elinor Carucci

Elinor Carucci was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and moved to New York in 1995. Her work has been included in an impressive amount of solo and group exhibitions worldwide. Her solo exhibitions include Edwynn Houk gallery Fifty One Fine Art Gallery, James Hyman and Gagosian Gallery, London among others. Group exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art of New York and the Photographers' Gallery, London.

Elinor's work is included in the collections of MOMA New York, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Houston Museum of Fine Art amoung others and her work appeared in the New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Details, New York Magazine, W, Aperture, ARTNews and many more.

Her awards include the International Center of Photography Infinity Award for Young Photographer, a Guggenheim Fellowship and NYFA. She has published 3 monographs Closer, Chronicle Books and Diary of a Dancer, SteidlMack, and her newest release Mother, Prestel. A solo show of the work will open at Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York in March of 2014.

location + contact

The Crane Old School/ White Space
1425 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Phone: 215.232.5678
Email: info@philaphotoarts.org
Website: www.philaphotoarts.org