Embodied Landscapes: Selected Works on Paper by April Gornick
Charcoal on paper, 53.5 x 41.25 inches, 1991, Courtesy of the Artist and Edward Thorp Gallery, New York
This exhibition marks a first-time curatorial collaboration between two local visual arts institutions: the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery of The University of the Arts -- whose director, Leah Douglas, conceived of and organized the exhibition -- and the Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts -- whose curator, Sylvia Yount, contributed an essay to the accompanying catalogue. The exhibition has been divided between the two venues, with Gornik's paintings featured at The University of the Arts, from January 9 through March 6, and her drawings and prints on display at the Pennsylvania Academy, from January 10 through April 19.
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