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A Being in The World
A Being in The World, installation view

A Being in The World

Billy and Steven Dufala, William Edmondson, and Bill Traylor are included in "A Being in The World" at Salon 94 Bowery, curated by Jayson Musson and Fabienne Stephan.

A Being in The World
June 29, 2016–July 29, 2016
Salon 94 Bowery

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Paul Swenbeck
Paul Swenbeck, "Magnesor" and "Connesor's Mirror," earthenware, 2016

Paul Swenbeck

THE SECRET STAIRCASE
JULY 15—AUGUST 13, 2016
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JULY 15 FROM 6–8PM
ADAMS AND OLLMAN, PORTLAND, OR

CHARLES BURCHFIELD
JOY FEASLEY
JOHANNA JACKSON
CHRIS JOHANSON
PAUL SWENBECK
AGATHA WOJCIECHOWSKY

 
Becky Suss
Bedroom (Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám), 2015, oil on canvas, 84 x 60 inches

Becky Suss

Press for Becky Suss at Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania:

Philadelphia Inquirer
Artfoum.com: Critics' Picks
Modern Painters: Artists to Watch

Becky Suss at ICA

 
In Memoriam
Tristin Lowe's "Mocha Dick" at the Fabric Workshop and Museum.

In Memoriam

All of us here at Fleisher/Ollman mourn the loss of our neighbor and friend Marion ('Kippy') Boulton Stroud. Her sudden death is an immeasurable loss to Philadelphia and the art world at large. Renowned for her support of artists' projects in both fiber-based and new media, as well as for bringing international artists into our midst, Kippy was a boon to Philadelphia. She made the Fabric Workshop and Museum a place where truly inventive works of art could be realized and seen on the world stage.

Many of the artists Fleisher/Ollman represents created amazing works at FW&M with Kippy's unwavering support, including Howard Finster, Bill Walton, Tristin Lowe and Paul Swenbeck. We will always be indebted to her for this.

More than anything though, we'll miss her as a friend, cheerleader and artistic visionary. She challenged all of us to look beyond the known. No challenge was too big or too difficult that it couldn't be met. It is this quality of Kippy we will miss the most.

Personally, I am thankful for her support of the gallery and what we do. I hope she understood how much that support meant to me.

John Ollman

 
Felipe Jesus Consalvos
Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Bottled Up in Tokio, c. 1920–50, mixed media collage on photograph, 9 3/4 x 12 3/8 inches, double-sided, FJC 688

Felipe Jesus Consalvos

Felipe Jesus Consalvos makes an appearance on Harper's Magazine's Monday Gallery.

Harper's Monday Gallery

 
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