Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Sneak peek at Fleisher/Ollman's

Isaac Lin in front of his work.

As part of Philagrafika's Independent Projects, Philadelphia artist Isaac Lin (of the artist collective Space 1026) will be having a solo show at Fleisher/Ollman Gallery. The show has two parts: an installation with a large space built from cardboard boxes, with printed materials inside, and a very compelling piece on a wall, composed of dozens of photographs sent to the artist by his friends, onto which he drew or painted his signature patterns, resulting in sometimes startling, often dreamy juxtapositions.
The exhibition opens tomorrow night.
J. Roca.

The space being prepared.

Stencil-printed free forms.

Wall of photographs with Lin's interventions

Detail of Dan Murphy's photograph, intervened by Lin.

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