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Turn Here (The Borowsky Gallery, Philadelphia)
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Turn Here (The Borowsky Gallery, Philadelphia)
Turn Here (The Borowsky Gallery, Philadelphia)

5/17/2012 to 8/12/2012

When: Opening reception: Thursday, May 17, 2012
6:00 - 8:00 pm including discussion with the artists
Where: The Borowsky Gallery
Gerhman Y
401 South Broad Street
Philadephia, Pennsylvania  19147
United States
Contact:
Miriam Seidel, Curator, The Gershman Y Galleries

Details
The Longitudinal Installation
Xavier Cortada, The Longitudinal Installation: South Pole, 2007 / North Pole, 2008.

Turn Here: ARTISTS PROMOTING ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS

Featuring artists who use signage and other graphic approaches as a strategy for promoting eco-awareness. Includes work by Xavier Cortada, documenting his trips to the South and North Poles; Helen Lessick's work with sign painters of Kenya to create signs about soil depletion and health; Tim Gaudreau, Amie Potsic, and artists from the Green Patriot Posters project.

Opening reception: Thursday, May 17, 6:00 - 8:00 pm including discussion with the artists.


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The Borowsky and Open Lens Galleries are located at the Gershman Y, 401 South Broad Street (at Pine Street) in Philadelphia. Admission is free. Gallery hours are Monday - Sunday 9am - 5pm. Gallery information: (215) 446-3001.


 
 
 

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