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Dec 22, 2020 Matthew Borgen

Nothing Is So Humble: Prints from Everyday Objects
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Oct 29, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Arcadia University Awarded Grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Supporting "Sun & Sea (Marina)"

Arcadia Exhibitions is pleased to announce the award of a project grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage for $300,000 (with an additional 20 percent, $60,000, provided in unrestricted general operating support) that will support the presentation of Sun &...

Sep 22, 2020 Daniel DiPrinzio

In Memoriam: Zina Davis, first director of Beaver College Art Gallery

Zina Davis, the first official director of the Beaver College Art Gallery (which became the Arcadia University Art Gallery, now Arcadia Exhibitions) died on Aug. 18, 2020 at her home in New York City after a long illness. She was born on Oct. 6, 1943 in Providence, Rhode Island. Davis earned a...

Seven black and white hair curlers on black background; xerograph by Pati Hill

Jul 7, 2020 Caitlin Burns

"Vogue Germany" Features Pati Hill Exhibition

The exhibition “Pati Hill: Something other than either”, currently on view at the Kunstverien München, was recently featured by Vogue Germany. Titled “Model, Artist, and Way Ahead of Her Time: Who Was Pati Hill?", the article surveys the life of a writer and pioneer of...

Pati Hill, "Informational Art'

May 29, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Frieze Reviews “Pati Hill: Something other than either”

The exhibition “Pati Hill: Something other than either” was reviewed in an April 1 Frieze article, “How Pati Hill Photocopied the Impossible.” In the review, Assistant Editor Carina Bukuts praised “Something other than either” for its usage of photocopied images, which evoked themes of women’s...

Reprint of "Letters to Jill: a catalogue and some notes on copying"

Apr 17, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Pati Hill's "Letters to Jill" Reprinted for First Solo European Exhibition

Pati Hill’s Letters to Jill: a catalogue and some notes on copying (1979) has been reprinted in an addition of 1,000 on the occasion of “Something other than either” at Kunstverein München, the first solo European exhibition of her work since her death in 2014 at the age of 93. This 128-page book...

Photo of approximately 15 art pieces in the exhibition on the gallery wall.

Mar 6, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Arcadia Hosts 33rd Annual “Touch the Future” Art Show

The 33rd annual Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) juried exhibition, “Touch the Future,” will be held in Arcadia’s Harrison and Rosedale galleries from Sunday, March 1 through Friday, March 27. The exhibition will feature submissions from 26 high schools in Bucks and Montgomery...

Seven hair curlers xeroxed with black background.

Feb 6, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Kunstverein München Presents Pati Hill Solo Exhibition

This spring, Germany’s Kunstverein München will present Pati Hill's first posthumous institutional solo exhibition in Europe, conceived in cooperation with the Pati Hill Collection, housed at Arcadia University and overseen by Richard Torchia, director of Arcadia Exhibitions.  Hill (b. 1921...

"Back to Kansas" piece by Finch

Oct 31, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Spencer Finch Exhibition Featured in The Broad Street Review

“Spencer Finch: As Lightning on Landscape” was reviewed by The Broad Street Review Art Critic Pamela J. Forsythe on Oct. 7. On display at the Spruance Gallery until Dec. 15, the exhibition showcases works of the New York-based artist that, as Forsythe writes, “transports the viewer to specific...

Apfelbaum exhibition

Oct 31, 2019 Jen Retter

Arcadia Exhibitions Receives Grant from Pew Center

Arcadia Exhibitions received a grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage that will support a multifaceted project by award-winning visual artist Polly Apfelbaum, who has accepted a residency with the University’s Ceramics program.   “This is Not a Rug/A Sun Bonnet Woman” will examine...

Manzella etching for City Blocks exhibition

Sep 8, 2019 Jen Retter

‘City Blocks’ Exhibition Featured in ‘Philadelphia Inquirer’

“City Blocks,” an exhibition by Adjunct Professor of Visual and Performing Arts Jennifer Manzella, was featured in art critic Edith Newhall’s “Philadelphia galleries” roundup in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Aug 28. On display in the Rosedale Gallery until Dec. 8, the exhibition includes 15...