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Gallery Joe at Untitled Miami featuring the work of Lynne Woods Turner

Gallery Joe will be at Untitled Miami November 30 – December 4th, 2016, showing a survey of works by Lynne Woods Turner 1996-present.


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Artblog review: "Subtle Geometry – Katrin Bremermann at Gallery Joe"

Michael Lieberman writes: "Bremermann treats paper as a sculptural element. Her drawings become objects. She actually works both sides of the paper, leaving behind traces, lines, and marks, and she waxes the paper, creating transparency. The backgrounds of the pieces have an etched quality and the subtle, smooth hue and texture of natural concrete or marble floors. The contrast between the background and the applied enamel is stark but harmonious, a reflection of the artist’s interest in opposites. The overall effect achieved I would call stately delight."




Jill Baroff at The Bronx Museum and Hamburger Kunsthalle

Drawing Rooms: Trends in Contemporary Graphic Arts runs April 30, 2016 to May 21, 2017 at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, In a Grove at The Bronx Museum of Art closes May 8th.




Lynne Woods Turner: In defense of small art

At the Lumber Room, Lynne Woods Turner, Sol Lewitt and co. teach the importance of looking closely, by Sarah Sentilles for the Oregon Arts Watch




Review of New Space, New Work on the Artblog

From Rachel Sitkin's review: "In 1993, Gallery Joe opened it doors in a rented space at 302 South Arch St. in Old City. For 22 years, gallery owner Rebecca “Becky” Kerlin gained an unimpeachable reputation for presenting work of the highest caliber, primarily contemporary drawing and works on paper, by Philadelphia-based artists and a carefully curated selection of international artists. Over the years, she has honed her mission: to provide Philadelphia artists an opportunity to exhibit their work in context with a broad range of international artists, and to show work that isn’t otherwise seen in Philadelphia."




Sharka Hyland awarded Bader Fund grant

Sharka Hyland is one of nine recipients of the 2015 Franz and Virginia Bader Fund grants.




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