Philagrafika 2010: Xtra-Dimensional Printmaking Invitational

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In case you missed it during the SGC Philadelphia conference here is a photo-recap of the Extra-Dimensional Printmaking Invitational exhibition at the Nexus Gallery in Philadelphia.

The Extra-Dimensional Printmaking Invitational at NEXUS/foundation for today’s art will feature artists and artworks that embrace the history, tradition, and process of print while rejecting the confines of the 2-D picture plane. Invited artists will exhibit works that are Extra-Dimensional in spatial physicality and conceptual scope.

The Extra-Dimensional Printmaking Invitational was curated by Rebecca Gilbert, Resident Artist and Deputy Director of NEXUS.

Invited artists include Elizabeth Klimek, Peter Massing, Scott Kip, Sue White, Nick Cassway, Bo Duvall, Michael Beitz, Marisha Simons, Brandon Gardner, Patty Smith, Katie Baldwin, Lori Spencer, Bill McRight, Elaine Erne, Susan Abrams, and Dennis McNett.

Many more photos after the jump.

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Peter Massing, It’s twins Peter and Paula

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Elaine Erne, Fall from Grace

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The houses are by Elizabeth Klimek.

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Marisha Simons & Peter Hanley, Bloom.

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Bill McRight’s Blasphemous Bishop. That is one mean change purse.

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Peter Massing, Four Letter Words.

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Nick Cassaway, DJ Thunderdome

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Patty Smith’s thoughtful Barriers, External & Internal

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Katie Baldwin’s wall installation was previously posted about here.

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Sue White, You have no power over me

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This awesome war eagle is by Dennis McNett.

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A surprise delight in the show was the ephemeral take-away work of D.E. DuVall Co.

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Scott Kips’ woodblock windmill.

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These intimate printed objects were made by Lori Spencer

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Michael Beitz

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