Stitched: Part I
Posted on March 08 2017
March 24th - April 22nd
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays • 12:00pm – 6:00pm
And 7 days a week by appointment: email@example.com / (267)266-0073
Paradigm Gallery + Studio / 746 S. 4th Street, 1st Floor / Philadelphia, PA 19147
We're thrilled to be announcing this month's exhibition on International Women's Day! Embroidery, stitching, and other fibers techniques that fall under the category of "craft" have sometimes been viewed as separate or lesser than "fine art" in the arts community as a whole. This is in large part because these techniques and skills are historically associated with women and "domestic tasks", overlooking the intense skill and creativity required to create the artwork. It has been exciting seeing opinions drastically shift about craft —a category many of our artists fall under at the gallery year-round — in recent years. We are thrilled to be highlighting this specific medium and the artists behind it, both female-identifying and not, at Paradigm.
Leading up to the exhibitions, HAHA Magazine will be featuring each artist, and more about their processes and thoughts behind their work. Artist names below will become clickable one by one as the interviews are publishing.
We are thrilled for you all to dive into our biggest feature yet on a specific medium with us!
"Stitched: Part I" will feature works by:
Brenna K. Murphy
Teresa of Teeteeheehee
Hillary Waters Fayle
"Stitched: Part II" lineup coming soon.
*Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be on the digital collector preview list for this exhibition.*
All involved parties (gallerists and artist) are available for comment or other media requests. Please contact email@example.com.
Top banner image: Meghan Willis
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