PRESS covers InLiquid's over 22 years of exhibitions, events, and milestones.
Attendees at 2017's Art for the Cash Poor
Hear Rachel Zimmerman and Leila Cartier speak on latest exhibition, "Functional Misrepresentation", the history of InLiquid, and the history of CraftNOW Philadelphia.
The Jewish Exponent looks toward "Ursula Sternberg: Daydream" as an exhibit that brings levity and light to its audience.
Hear Vicki Vinton interview Clare Finin, Richard Hricko, and Constance McBride on the thoughts behind the latest InLiquid exhibition, "The Beauty of Stillness"
A.D. Amorosi explores the impetus behind "Nursery Rhymes for Questionable Times"
Amy Cohen writes a profile on Jennifer Johnson's work in "You Are Here"
Art for the Cash Poor 2022 one of the Philadelphia Inquirer's 59 best things to do in Philly.
Thrillist included Art for the Cash Poor 2022 in its "Everything Fun You Can Do in Philadelphia this Weekend" June 2 edition.
Art for the Cash Poor 2022 listed as one of the Citizen's things to do in Summer.
Art for the Cash Poor 2022 listed as one of Visit Philly/Uwishunu's things to do in Philadelphia.
Kiersten Adams writes about "What Are We Claiming?" at the InLiquid Gallery
Sasha Rogelberg profiles InLiquid's exhibition "What Are We Claiming?" featuring Cheryl Harper and rod jones ii.
Jarrad Saffren interviews InLiquid's Founding Executive Director, Rachel Zimmerman.
Al Día news covers InLiquid's exhibition "Young Americans" featuring photographer Ada Trillo and the students of Photography Without Borders.
Peter Crimmins at WHYY writes a feature article on the "Young Americans" exhibit at the InLiquid Gallery.
Cassie Owens profiles InLiquid's "Color in Exuberance" at the Yard as a must-see in the Fall of 2021.
Art for the Cash Poor 2021 featured as one of WHYY's things to do the weekend of September 16, 2021.
Tonya Pendleton includes Art for the Cash Poor as one of her 'things to do' in Philly on September 16th
Julian Moore-Griffin highlights AFTCP 2021 and artist vendor G. Farrell Kellum.
Illume features the works of 23 current and former Fashion Incubator designers on display through Sept. 10.
In July 2021, InLiquid hosted the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator in our Gallery, where they held "ILLUME," their 10th anniversary exhibition.
To mark its 10-year anniversary, the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator held ILLUME at the InLiquid Gallery.
Philadelphia Fashion Incubator's legacy exhibition, ILLUME, was held at InLiquid Gallery.
Hadriana Lowenkron writes for WHYY about Serena Saunders' mural at Spark Therapeutics, facilitated by InLiquid.
Constance McBride mentions the InLiquid Benefit as an opening to attend.
Eleanor Shemtov does a profile on "Danny Simmons... Studio Time" at the InLiquid Gallery.
One of the ways to make a better Philly is to buy affordable art from local artists, including InLiquid members!
The Marriott Courtyard Philadelphia South at The Navy Yard opened its doors in 2014 as the first, and still only, hotel located in The Navy Yard. Highlighted in this article is InLiquid's series of rotating exhibitions at the Marriott.
A guide for where to do Christmas shopping in Philadelphia -- including Shop InLiquid.
Constance McBride highlights InLiquid exhibition "Time Unbound"
Now that the election is over, there’s room to begin thinking about the holidays and shop InLiquid's Virtual Art for the Cash Poor.
Karen Rogers of 6ABC Action News covers InLiquid's second annual Sculpture in the Glen.
Curator Brian Hoffman curated member artist Gregory Brellochs into a HOT BED exhibition by finding him on InLiquid's site!
Mark Zimmaro profiles member Deborah Caiola and her exhibition at the InLiquid Gallery, "Muses, Guardians, and Saints"
InLiquid’s 2020 Benefit and Silent Auction will be held at the Crane Arts Icebox Project Space in Philadelphia on Jan 31–Feb 1.
Jewelry designer John Wind moves from maximalism to minimalism to exhibitionism with his show "The Women" at the InLiquid Gallery.
Edith Newhall profiles David Slovic's "Unveiled" in the fall Inquirer.
Paige Gross writes on the changing culture of office layout and the role art plays in it. Founding Executive Director Rachel Zimmerman interviewed.
Some budget friendly art collection strategies in Philadelphia
Five local executives, including Founding Executive Director Rachel Zimmerman, explain why decluttering your mind this season is just as important as decluttering your home.
The reception for InLiquid Gallery's "Confluence" listed as an admission-free event to do in Philly.
Are you an art lover with a small(ish) paycheck? This weekend, own it proudly at InLiquid’s free annual block party, Art for the Cash Poor.
Seph Rodney writes about the Spring Break Art Show, including InLiquid-curated "The Space In Between" by member Melissa Maddonni Haims.
Mat Tomezsko, Temple University alumnus, and 14 other artists are featured in “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" at the Painted Bride.
The InLiquid exhibit at the Painted Bride Art Center features Temple alumna Gail Morrison-Hall.
InLiquid artists sell affordable art at Heritage on First Friday.
InLiquid mentioned as one of the reasons behind Northern Liberties' rise to the top.
Melissa Romero gives a tour of Design Philadelphia events, including InLiquid's display at Park Towne Place.
Samantha Melamed writes about the impact of arts program on inmates in juvenile correctional intuitions and Richard Ross' "Juvenile in Justice" with InLiquid.
Ashley Caldwell explores the events held around "Juvenile in Justice: End Solitary Confinement" as part of the DNC on page 20 of Our World Media Magazine.
The Temple News reviews "Juvenile in Justice," a 2016 exhibition at the Free Library of Philadelphia examining juvenile solitary confinement.
Vibha Kannan discusses "Juvenile in Justice" and former corrections officer Ted Schmidt's take on solitary confinement in Pennsylvania prisons
Billy Penn discusses InLiquid's Juvenile in Justice: End Solitary Confinement exhibit
PhillyMag's review of Park Towne Place's new gallery curated by InLiquid on Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Stephen Salisbury writes on events coinciding with the DNC, including InLiquid's "Juvenile in Justice: End Solitary".
An interview profile of InLiquid member Angela McQuillan
An interview profile of InLiquid member Melissa Maddonni Haims
Fox29: New Art Sculpture comes to the Parkway: Big Daddy Long Legs. Part of InLiquid's partnership with Park Towne Place.
Pictures from InLiquid's Benefit v. 16.
John Turner uses unconventional materials for his textured work in the InLiquid-curated exhibition "Larger Works" at the Painted Bride Art Center.
Emily Goulet gives a preview of InLiquid's 2016 Benefit Silent Auction and Fundraiser.
Preview for Roger Wing's ice carving demonstration at the 2016 InLiquid Benefit
An interview profile of InLiquid artist Jodi Cachia
Roberta Fallon highlight's InLiquid's TangenT's RedAct series and its closing panel.
Katiera Sordjan covers InLiquid's exhibition "Body Language" at the Painted Bride Art Center.
Emily Cobb displays her natural world-inspired jewelry at InLiquid's curated display for DesignPhiladelphia.
An interview profile of InLiquid artist member Jay Walker
James Jennings outlines new improvements at Park Towne Place, including InLiquid-curated exhibitions in their gallery towers.
InLiquid's exhibition with Kathleen Shaver, "The Structure of Chaos", is profiled.
An interview profile of InLiquid artist member Jennifer Baker
Josh Middleton describes 2015's edition of Art for the Cash Poor in photos.
Emily Goulet highlights the coolest way to (finally) fill your walls -- at InLiquid's Art for the Cash Poor.
Ashley Caldwell covers InLiquid's sixteenth “Art For the Cash Poor,” an event designed to promote emerging artists and invite visitors to purchase affordable art.
Art for the Cash Poor featured as one of the reasons to be proud to be Philadelphian.
Tyler student Sara Gallo's jewelry is presented in Vogue Magazine and she was a vendor at InLiquid's Art for the Cash Poor.
Allie Volpe writes about InLiquid's Art for the Cash Poor affordable art festival.
An interview profile of InLiquid artist member Dganit Zauberman
Focus Group radio show interviews Founding Executive Director Rachel Zimmerman.
Joseph Kemp writes on his take on Philadelphia's Jewish arts scene and includes Founding Executive Director Rachel Zimmerman in the article.
Sarah Cascone covers InLiquid's booth at PULSE New York with Melissa Maddonni Haims.
Angela Gervasi explores InLiquid's exhibition "The City Real & Imagined: Urbanism, Identity, and Identification"
17 things to do in Philly for the week of Feb 6th, 2015, including InLiquid's Benefit v.15.
A preview of a weekend in Philly in early 2015, including InLiquid's Benefit v.15.
The Philadelphia Inquirer lists InLiquid's annual benefit as a Gay "to-do"
Art Nerd NY gives a rundown on InLiquid's Benefit silent auction and fundraiser.
Aubrey Nagle previews InLiquid's "The City Real & Imagined" at the Painted Bride Art Center.
A description of InLiquid's 15th annual benefit silent auction.
Allie Volpe picks InLiquid's Young Professional Night at the Benefit as one of her First Friday picks.
A review of InLiquid's exhibition "Simulate-Permeate"
A review of InLiquid's "Simulate--Permeate" by Lyn Godley
Megan Ritchie Jooste writes a brief review of Drew Leshko's work and highlights his involvement in InLiquid's "The City Real and Imagined"
InLiquid wins 2015 award from PhillyMag for best affordable art gallery
An examination of Jeffrey Stockbridge's exhibition with InLiquid, "Homegoing: Photographs from 2004-2008"
InLiquid's call for volunteers at InLiquid's Benefit v. 15 is listed as an opportunity.
An interview with InLiquid member Drew Leshko
The Temple News writes a profile of InLiquid
An interview profile of InLiquid member Dawn Kramlich
Juliana Reyes writes about InLiquid's screening of member-created short films on the Kimmel Center's 'Cube'
InLiquid is featured as an organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists.
Gabrielle Golenda writes about artist Drew Leshko's work in "The City Real and Imagined"
Visit Philadelphia: Things to do in Philly profile of Crane Arts Contemporary art flourishes at the Crane Arts building, a former plumbing warehouse that the building’s owners have restored into a haven for the creative community. Image: Jay Walker installation "Istoria" InLiquid at the Crane Hall, January 2013