Nor Wind, Nor Water

Gallery 1 & 2, @ DVAA
Curated by Edna Santiago

On View:
On View: August 21st - September 1st

Wednesday, August 21st, 6pm - 8pm

Gallery Hours:
Thursdays - Sundays, 12-5pm

Nearly two years since the catastrophe of hurricane Maria, the island of Puerto Rico continues the ongoing process of recovery. The handling of this crisis has served to illustrate, once again, a history of neglect of these U.S. citizens. Nor Wind, Nor Water features artwork that address the ongoing struggles of Puertorriqueño (Puerto Ricans) to rebuild physically, emotionally, and economically. The challenges faced by the Puertorriqueño diaspora are not theirs alone, nor should the process of healing. The proceeds and collected donations raised through this exhibition will go to aid in the still much needed rebuilding on the island.

Composition in Concert

East Alcove Gallery @ International House Philadelphia
Group Exhibition, Juried by Bill Timmins

On View:
July 9th - September 19th

July 9th, 6pm - 8pm

Gallery Hours:
Everyday, 8am - 10pm

Throughout the month of July, Lightbox Film Center at International House Philadelphia will present Shimmering Synths: The Film Music of Tangerine Dream. For over five decades the German electronic music group has created dreamy, minimalist soundscapes and iconic film scores. To a greater extent, the film score embodies the harmonious relationship between music and visual art forms. The interaction between the two has become an integral part of art theory and history, especially since the 20th century. Even when visual art and music do not overtly influence one another, they often share abstract qualities or similar external influences, such as cultural innovation, political movements, or technological developments.

Composition in Concert will accompany Lightbox’s programming as an exhibition showcasing visual artwork informed by or in conversation with music.

International House Philadelphia is located at 3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

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5th floor @ Atria Senior Living
Solo Exhibition of paintings by Alla Reznik

On View:
September 5th - October 11th 2019

September 5th, 4pm - 7pm

Gallery Hours:
Everyday, 9am - 5pm

Alla Reznik began painting in acrylic, but in recent years her focus has been oil. “I was attracted to the variety of color spectrum that can be reached with oil paint”. Her strength is in unique application and layering of paint to achieve volume and texture. Her artwork has been exhibited in Philadelphia and surroundings. She is a recipient of numerous awards and a member of local art communities, including Da Vinci Art Alliance, Main Line Art Center, Wayne Art Center, InLiquid, etc. “Vibrant” is a collection of artwork characterized by strong and vivid color palette.

“i want to look at them
and allow their words
their character
their aura
their minds
to paint their canvas
beautifully VIBRANT”