Come to the Perelman Building of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and collaborate on the piece ”Village”, part of the exhibit, Shelley Spector Keep the Home Fires Burning .
Learn how to make a tomato from reclaimed fabric and have your work added to the piece in the gallery.
A bit of sewing, but you can do it. Next workshop date, Friday, August 21st @ 3PM.
Currently on view-
March 7th – September 27th, 2015
See and buy the little book, KEEP here.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Joan Spain Gallery, first floor, Perelman Building
2525 Pennsylvania Avenue
This little book is published in conjunction with the exhibition Shelley Spector Keep the Home Fires Burning at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It is a record of Spector’s way of working. Using her smart phone to capture and archive her hands-on and labor-intensive process, the height and width of KEEP corresponds to that of phone’s screen, while the number of pages relates to that of Spector’s “Photos” folder. Her phone was an archive and sketchbook. The book contains more than 200 color photographs that include studio, works in progress and sources of inspiration, along with an essay by Matthew F. Singer. Click the “Buy Now” link below to purchase a signed copy.
2015, First Edition (of 300)
2 1/2″ x 3″ x 1″
240 pages, full color,
$42 includes shipping, (Priority mail in US only)
For more info – Spectorprojects@mac.com