Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
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Justin Rubich, "Splitscreen I", 2012, Duct tape on illustration board, 12" x 9", $475
Matthew Borgen, "Entrance Exit", 2018, Inkjet print on archival paper, 60" x 36", $2,750
Laura Krasnow, "Mars Opposition", 2018, Digital Photograph printed on Epson Ultra Photo Paper Luster, 32˝ x 22˝, $1,800
Laura Krasnow, "Declarative Memory #2", 2014, Polaroid, Digital Photography, 24˝ x 36˝, $1,600
Matthew Borgen, "Cop Kaleidoscope", 2016, Inkjet print on archival paper, 33" x 36", $1,650
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Organizer
InLiquid Gallery
DATE
March 8, 2018
– April 7, 2018
HOURS
LOCATION
The InLiquid Gallery: 1400 N American St
Exhibition Artsy Shop
INLIQUID MEMBERS
Justin Rubich
Laura Krasnow
Matthew Borgen
Traditionally, a piece of art has been seen as a window, something to look through into another world. Entrances and Exits is an exhibition that takes a playful approach to surface and the picture plane. The artwork contains multiple points of view, creates and breaks illusion, and subverts traditional notions of pictorial space and compositional elements. With an eclectic mix of interests and influences, the artists in this show make unusual connections between a wide range of subject and styles including comic book panels, postwar modernism, street art, glass windows, and scientific charts and illustrations.
SPACE INFORMATION

The InLiquid Gallery is the physical expression of InLiquid’s mission as a hub for visual art in Philadelphia. As a non-profit providing opportunities and a platform for enhanced exposure for local artists, The Gallery is the first permanent space that offers rotating curation of our artist members’ work. The Gallery aims to provide the local and visiting public with a social destination where artwork can be seen, enjoyed, experienced, and purchased.

EXHIBITION DOCUMENTATION

Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
Entrances and Exits exhibition documentation
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GALLERY IMAGES

Justin Rubich, "Splitscreen I", 2012, Duct tape on illustration board, 12" x 9", $475
Matthew Borgen, "Entrance Exit", 2018, Inkjet print on archival paper, 60" x 36", $2,750
Laura Krasnow, "Mars Opposition", 2018, Digital Photograph printed on Epson Ultra Photo Paper Luster, 32˝ x 22˝, $1,800
Laura Krasnow, "Declarative Memory #2", 2014, Polaroid, Digital Photography, 24˝ x 36˝, $1,600
Matthew Borgen, "Cop Kaleidoscope", 2016, Inkjet print on archival paper, 33" x 36", $1,650
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