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Two group shows that I’m a part of are closing at the end of the month.
The first is Exposure 2011 at the PRC in Boston, which runs until August 20. Installation views of the show on Flickr, and a review by Mark Feeney at the Boston Globe. Not too far away in Philadelphia is A Love Supreme at the PPAC, which closes on August 27. Installation views of the show here, and a review by Chip Schwartz at The Art Blog.

Two group shows that I’m a part of are closing at the end of the month.

The first is Exposure 2011 at the PRC in Boston, which runs until August 20. Installation views of the show on Flickr, and a review by Mark Feeney at the Boston Globe. Not too far away in Philadelphia is A Love Supreme at the PPAC, which closes on August 27. Installation views of the show here, and a review by Chip Schwartz at The Art Blog.

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A Love Supreme Philadelphia Photo Arts Center June 9 - August 27, 2011 Opening Reception: June 9, 6 - 9 pm
Juror: Peter Barberie, Curator of Photographs, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Artists: Steven Beckly, Lisa Boughter, Andrew Burgh, Sebastian  Collett, Gregory Davis, Gina Delia, Maureen Drennan, Emily Rooney, Daney  Saylor
The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center is excited to announce A Love Supreme, 2nd Annual Contemporary Photography Exhibition. This year’s title refers to the dramatic transformation in John Coltrane’s creative process and sound in his legendary recording. Moving away from jazz standards to a spiritual and instinctual way of making music, Coltrane forever changed his medium. In this spirit, today’s photographers are creating new visual languages, pushing the medium in unprecedented and unpredictable ways, forever changing how we define photography.
http://www.philaphotoarts.org

A Love Supreme
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
June 9 - August 27, 2011
Opening Reception: June 9, 6 - 9 pm

Juror: Peter Barberie, Curator of Photographs, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Artists: Steven Beckly, Lisa Boughter, Andrew Burgh, Sebastian Collett, Gregory Davis, Gina Delia, Maureen Drennan, Emily Rooney, Daney Saylor

The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center is excited to announce A Love Supreme, 2nd Annual Contemporary Photography Exhibition. This year’s title refers to the dramatic transformation in John Coltrane’s creative process and sound in his legendary recording. Moving away from jazz standards to a spiritual and instinctual way of making music, Coltrane forever changed his medium. In this spirit, today’s photographers are creating new visual languages, pushing the medium in unprecedented and unpredictable ways, forever changing how we define photography.

http://www.philaphotoarts.org

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