About the exhibition
There is a title card by Sara Malpass. There is an unclear horizon by Karen May. There is a translucent duck giving a direction by Danny Thach. There is a lopped off flower bloom on its side by Adonia Douglas. There is perhaps a fire on a distant shore or a warning by Shana Harper. There is a multicolored creature close to the ground by Julio Del Rio. There is a place of refuge by Danny Thach. There are two cats judging you through a window by Ann Meade. There is a field of rocks or ants or flowers or something indescribable yet all have a shifting mysterious color beneath by Shantae Robinson. There is a map to provisions and history by Karen May. There is a precarious path through a waterway by Phyllis Carr. There is a figure of importance by Erica Martinez. There is a dangerous chair by Carlos Fernandez. There is a sheltered well by Saul Alegria. There is an ancient tome by Karen May. There are parts of an automobile submerged at the base of a mountain by Matthew Wilson. There is coded music by Jonathan Velazquez. There is a welcoming by Shana Harper. There is a laughing bird in flight by Saul Alegria. And there is an inscrutable conclusion by Donald Walker.
About the selector
Anthony Campuzano (b. 1975 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) holds a degree from the Tyler School of Art (2000) and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2000) and the Yale/Norfolk Summer School of Art (1997). He has had solo exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Churner and Churner (New York), White Columns (New York), Fleisher/Ollman (Philadelphia), and the Levy Gallery at Moore College of Art (Philadelphia). Campuzano has been included in group exhibitions at Monte Vista Projects (Los Angeles), Adams and Ollman (Portland, Oregon), the FLAG Art Foundation (New York), Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, New York), Fleisher/Ollman, Woodmere Art Museum (Philadelphia), Jack Shainman Gallery (New York), ICA Maine College of Art (Portland, Maine), Salon 94 (New York), Franklin Parrasch Gallery (New York), Bellwether (New York). Andrea Rosen Gallery (New York), and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (Philadelphia), among others. He lives in Philadelphia where he received a 2009 Pew Fellowship in the Arts. His work is in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He does not hold a driver’s license and is a fan of pop music and pop music videos. He is represented by Fleisher/Ollman (Philadelphia).
FORECAST , Anthony Campuzano, collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.