Archive for the ‘1026’ Category

12.08 2008


You can preview some of the work being auctioned off this Friday HERE
Or stop by anytime to check it out in person.
The auction is Friday, 7pm
1026 Arch St. Phila.

12.03 2008

Never Forget


10.08 2008


A haunted hamburger tries to get the best of Garfield.

10.06 2008

Hamburger Eyes Dome

umm dudes… its up and it rules!

if you’re in san fran thursday… come out!!!

09.16 2008

1901 : The Very First Zine Ever!!!

Adam Wallacavage was kind enough to show me a little something special he found in the third floor ceiling from many years back. As it turns out, AJW did not invent and publish the first zine in America circa 1958. Adam brought proof that actually the Christians invented and published the first zine circa 1901 at our one and only 1026 Arch street address. Sorry AJW , Adam de – throned your previous title and now “Christianity In Ernest” has replaced “Labs With Abs” as the space’s first zine. thanks adam

08.14 2008


Jonny Fritz.
8pm at Space 1026

07.31 2008

One Long Funeral Song Install

Come check out the show at the opening tomorrow evening, August 1st, 6-10PM.

07.28 2008

Goodbye Christopher

On Friday July 25th, we lost artist, musician and friend Christopher Tucker to a tragic accident. Julian and I had the pleasure of working with Christopher at Space1026 during the summer of 2001 recording his band “The Situation” first EP. Christopher was an gifted musician and an incredible song writer, with a fierce intellect that always seemed to get him in trouble. We will miss you very much. Hopefully someday we will see each other again…

For more information concerning Christopher Tucker’s life please read Philly Girl About Town’s posting here

max & julian

07.11 2008

Will Christianson 1990-2008

A memorial service was held today at the Moorestown Friends Meeting House for Will Christianson, a recent graduate of Moorestown High School.

Will’s interests in art and music drew him to openings and performances at Space 1026. His sharp wit and outgoing personality made him popular amongst members and his presence was always welcome. He was a friend to many of us and he will be missed.