Sunday, January 1, 2012

Spaces You Should Know

**this is an open post-Please feel free to add for your Peers**

319 North 11th Street, Philadelphia (3rd floor)
Founded in 1988, Vox Populi is an artist collective that works to support the challenging and experimental work of under-represented artists with monthly exhibitions, gallery talks, performances, lectures, and related programming. For over 20 years, Vox has played a unique role in the cultural life of Philadelphia by bringing our audience a diverse range of programming and providing a supportive environment in which artists can take risks and gain valuable professional experience.

***Also Check out Copy Gallery (, AHN VHS (, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid (, Progressive Sharing ( and Marginal Utility (… all at 319 North 11th Street

SPACE 1026
1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia
Space 1026 has been a 7 year experiment. It has developed from a handful of founders to dozens of co-conspirators. Together we are becoming Space 1026. Space 1026 is a common excitement for making, producing and creating, not for some outside world of aficionados, but for each other, for our own kind. Space 1026 is two floors of a building at 11th and Arch. That‘s in Philadelphia. It is a network of dozens of artists who‘ve had studios at the Space, past and present. It is dozens of artists who‘ve had shows at the Space over the last 7 years. It is dozens of artists who come to our events, and participate in our community. Space 1026 is a community - a creative community - not an institution.

Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American St., Philadelphia
**The Crane Arts building is home to other galleries including the giant Ice Box (

Fabric Workshop and Museum
1214 Arch Street, Philadelphia
The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is the only non-profit arts organization in the United States devoted to creating new work in new materials and new media in collaboration with emerging, nationally, and internationally recognized artists.

Flux Space
3000 N. Hope Street, Philadelphia
FLUXspace developed alongside the growth of the artistic community at Art Making Machine Studios. The founding artists saw a need and opportunity to provide a service—in addition to affordable studio space and facilities—to the art community of Philadelphia. Since its inception, the mission of FLUXspace has been to provide a venue for experimental and groundbreaking work that might not find a site elsewhere in the city. Founded in February 2007, FLUXspace has endeavored to support innovative, bold, and thought-provoking exhibitions and projects.

Philadelphia Institute of Advanced Study
1712 North Second Street, Philadelphia
Don't be fooled by their 90's-esque website. Click the About tab and watch the magic.


Bridgette Mayer Gallery
709 Walnut Street

Locks Gallery
600 Washington Square South

Fleisher Ollman Gallery
1616 Walnut, Suite 100

Larry Becker Contemporary Art
43 N. Second Street Philadelphia 19106

LGTripp Gallery
47-49 N. 2nd Street

Pentimenti Gallery
Seraphin Gallery

1108 Pine Street

My House Gallery
2534 S. 8th street, Philadelphia

607 Bainbridge Street, Philadelphia

1001-13 N. Second Street, Philadelphia

Little Berlin
119 West Montgomery, Philadelphia

Rebeckah Templeton
173 West Girard Ave., Philadelphia

Extra Extra
2222 Sepviva Street, Philadelphia

Tiger Strikes Asteriod

Part Time Studios
2031 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia

Piranha Bettys
2472 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia

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