Time is running out to see Lynne Clibanoff’s cigar-box sized, beautifully finished three-dimensional rooms, often suffused with mysterious light, paired with Amze Emmons’ magically/minimally realist images inspired by architectural illustration, cartoon language, and instruction manuals. These Philadelphia-based artists who share an interest in the depiction of space and in presenting their subjects in exquisite detail.
This exhibition was favorable reviewed by the Broad Street Review and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Don’t miss it.
Lynne Clibanoff & Amze Emmons
at the galleries at the Gershman Y, Ends August, 27 2017
401 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-545-4400
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