07.19 2017

WINDMILLING: Works by Jonathan Dedecker – Opening August 4th 7-10 pm!

August 4th - August 26th , 2017

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New works by Jonathan Dedecker

Reception Friday August 4th 7-10 pm

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07.06 2017

I SEE YOU – Opening Reception – July 7th, 2017

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I SEE YOU

A Three-Person Exhibition by Lynnea Holland-Weiss, Dan Isaac Bortz and NDA at Space 1026

July 7th-28th 2017

Opening Reception

July 7th, 2017

7-10pm

06.02 2017

MOST INCLINED: Opening Friday June 2nd 7-10pm!

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Nice Futures presents  Most Inclined, a group art show celebrating Summer Solstice.

Opening reception is Friday, June 2 from 7-10pm.

The show runs June 2 through June 28.

From ancient pagan rituals to modern celebration, “Most Inclined” draws from the many perspectives of the yearly Midsummer. Curated by Nice Futures, the show features artists from Philadelphia and beyond with 2D and 3D works.

 

05.02 2017

Patter Recognition: works by Simone Meltesen // FIRST FRIDAY MAY

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Selected works and installation from NY-based artist Simone Meltesen.
On view May 1st-26th.
Opening reception Friday, May 5th 7pm-10om.

04.07 2017

DAVID EICHENBERGER // FIRST FRIDAY APRIL

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03.03 2017

LAUREN PAKRADOONI SOLO EXHIBITION: BENT ON SOME KIND OF WAVE

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SPACE 1026 Presents: BENT ON SOME KIND OF A WAVE

A solo exhibition by Lauren Pakradooni

March 3rd – 30th, 2017

Opening Reception: March 3rd, 6pm – 11pm

Check out Lauren’s website here!!! —> WEBSITE

01.31 2017

Deirdre Burns: A Personal Mythology Opening Friday, February 6, 2017

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Deirdre Burns
A Personal Mythology
February 3rd – 24th, 2017 
First Friday Opening Reception: Friday, February 3rd, 7pm – 10pm

Space 1026 is excited to host Deirdre Burn’s solo exhibition. Deirdre was born in Doylestown, PA and studied Art at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She lives and works in Philadelphia, living the Philly dream.

“I make art to help process my life. The variety of surfaces I use whether collage, painting, or sketching, reflects the texture of the places I have been in my life. Each piece is a stanza about my life and memories.”

Space 1026
1026 Arch Street, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

 

12.18 2016

Marissa Paternoster: Solo Exhibition Opening Friday, January 6, 2017

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Marissa Paternoster
“The Artist Need Not Suffer”
January 6 – 27, 2017
First Friday Opening Reception: Friday, January 6, 7pm – 10pm

Space 1026 is excited to present a solo exhibition of Marissa Paternoster’s artwork!

Dear World,

Marissa Paternoster was born very small in Elizabeth, NJ. She grew slightly larger over the ensuing years, during which she went to college in a drug haze, learned guitar strums, ate many eggs (not all at once), and finally moved in with wonderful friends and a perfect dog in Philadelphia.

With these works she asks, “WHY MUST THE ARTIST SUFFER?” Must the artist suffer? Maybe the artist can just chill out and have a good time. We may never know what is possible in art. But Marissa is, at this very moment, not suffering.

She is napping.

By Dawn Riddle

Space 1026
1026 Arch Street, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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12.02 2016

2016 Space 1026 Art Auction

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Auction Friday December 9th
7PM Doors Open at 6pm

First Friday Preview
December 2nd, 7-10pm

11.04 2016

JUSTIN CIPA

Opening Reception: Friday, November 4th, 7pm – 10pm

Space 1026 // 1026 Arch Street

I have been fascinated with, and have been making art for as long as I can remember. What used to be stringent, detailed drawings -for the first thirty years of my life- has been freed into sloppy, mutant distillations of my racing mind. 

The evolution of my style was partially born from finally having sympathy for the strained muscles in my hand; moving the action into the greater part of the arm. This allowed me to more wrecklessly and more comfortably apply (or reduce) a stroke. My current process is also the result of learning to create a dialogue between me, my tools and mediums, and time. Sometimes these conversations are long and argumentative and sometimes they are short and funny. Basically, every now and then I look down, my hands are a mess, and I feel pretty fulfilled.

Day-to-day I am interested in dynamics and nuances of all things: The imperfections on a flat surface, complex minimalism, and other paradoxes. Mentally cataloging these experiences and wonderment allows me to later hide the clues to these ideas in my artwork for the observer to discover for themselves. Also, a little humor doesn’t hurt.
 
Justin Cipa was born in 1980 near Pittsburgh, PA. He has lived in Philadelphia, PA since 1999 and continues to do graphic design and illustration as well as painting and sculpture.