August 31, 2012 § Leave a comment
On July 6 The ~curARTorial LAB opened its doors to the public to inaugurate the Summer of Love 2012 Exhibition series by showcasing Rebecca Tennenbaum’s latest work in Fixed Necessities.
Local talents Tantrum Tonic and Matt Cue, together w/New York-based DJ and designer Masha Lunara a.k.a. Siberia, provided an afternoon filled with transcendental musical vibes.
Little did we know we would soon have a “new and definitely improved” gallery space made available to us before the season ended! By invitation of the ever generous Crane Arts team across the street, we now have full access to the Project Space @ 1400 N. American Street for our curatorial endeavors.
The Project Space, formerly referred to as “the Media Room”, is located just around the corner of the Ice Box, Crane Arts 125,000 cubic feet monumental exhibition space.
Wasting no time, we staged Kate Perkins‘ Girls On Film exhibition of oil paintings, including her excellent Superbass 2012 GIF based on images from Nicky Minaj’s Super Bass video, and received Mireille Guy and Roberta Fallon of theartblog.org on Friday, August 3 during our second First Friday reception of the season. A review of the exhibition has recently been published as the result of that visit.
Please take note that all upcoming exhibitions will now take place at Crane Arts main building, located on 1400 North American Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122.
The ~curARTorial LAB joins up with the Crane Arts Project Space. All we can say is THREE LOUD CHEERS TO THAT!