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Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

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The Leonard Pearlstein Gallery is committed to exhibiting novel and experimental art in all contemporary mediums including digital, video, sculpture, photography, graphics, and fashion design. Recently relocated to a larger space in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design's renovated URBN Annex the Pearlstein Gallery has over 3,500 square feet and invites the public to enjoy our exhibits free of charge.

Location & Hours

URBN Center Annex, 3401 Filbert Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tuesday – Sunday, 11am-6pm

215-895-2548
gallery@drexel.edu
@LPGallery

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Gallery News

MARCH 10 2014 – Philadelphia Inquirer Reviews "Raw to Refined"

Philadelphia Inquirer art critic Edith Newhall reviewed the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery's "Raw to Refined" exhibit in the newspaper's March 9 edition. Click here to read Newhall's review.

FEBRUARY 21 2014 – Participate in the Pearlstein Gallery's "Raw to Refined" Workshops with Exhibit Artists

Every Wednesday through March 21, artist Margery Amdur will host a workshop from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Pearlstein Gallery, during which participants will help her build a new installation made of cosmetic sponges. On March 5, artist Nami Yamamoto will conduct a workshop to teach guests how to create their own filet lace from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Pearlstein Gallery. Refreshments provided. Please email gallery@drexel.edu to sign up for workshops.

FEBRUARY 14 2014 – Business Insider Magazine Interviews "Raw to Refined" Tape Artist Mark Khaisman

A Feb. 14 Business Insider story, "An Artist Made These Incredible Portraits Out Of Packing Tape" focuses on "Raw to Refined" tape artist Mark Khaisman, whose work is on display at the Gallery through March 21. The article also features beautiful photos of Mark's work. Click here to read the story.

JANUARY 27 2014 – "Raw to Refined" Exhibit Featured in Philadelphia Inquirer's Spring Arts Preview

The exhibition, hosted in collaboration with Philadelphia’s Pentimenti Gallery, was covered in writer Stephen Salisbury's January 26 Spring Arts preview published in the Sunday edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Current Exhibit

More information coming soon.

Upcoming Exhibit

World Press Photo 14

WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2014
April 30 – May 21
Opening Reception April 30 from 6PM - 8PM

The World Press Photo competition is the largest and most prestigious annual international press photography contest and the 2014 World Press Photo exhibition makes its United States debut at Drexel University. 143 prize-winning photos will be on view through May 21st. Award-winning photojournalist Gary Knight, chairman of this year’s jury and founder of VII Photo Agency; Boston Globe photographer John Tlumacki, 2014 World Press Photo winner and National Press Photographers Association Photojournalist of the Year; and Anne Schaepman, project manager of World Press Photo will be here to open the exhibition.

The exhibit is made possible through the generous support of Drexel University’s Kal and Lucille Rudman Institute for Entertainment Industry Studies in the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design and the Good Idea Fund.

World Press Photo receives support from the Dutch Postcode Lottery and is sponsored worldwide by Canon.

Opening Reception sponsored by the Rudman Institute and the Great Works Symposium, A Unit of the Pennoni Honors College

More information coming soon.

Past Exhibits

Raw to Refined

RAW TO REFINED: String, Tape, Sponge and Vinyl
in partnership with Pentimenti Gallery.

An alternative materials group art show featuring the work of Mark Khaisman, Derrick Velasquez, Nami Yamamoto and Margery Amdur. Works include: pictorial illusions formed by translucent packing tape; psychological interactions with industrially manufactured plywood, two by fours, masonite, marine vinyl, acrylic and hardwoods; and interpretive sculptures made from odd bits of natural and manmade ephemera.

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