Philadelphia 2076

Artists: Katie Barrett, Molly Bernstein, Kim Beury, Alana Bograd, Karli Cox, Jonathan DeDecker, Gabe Felice, Keith Greiman, Emily Guendelsberger, Austin Hodges, Olivia Jia, Terri Fry Kasuba, Amy Lee Ketchum & Joshua Ketchum, Tyler Kline, Hawk Krall, Krista Dedrick Lai, Tony Lugo, Molly Metz, Gamil Nassar, Peter Oravetz, Matthew Ostroff, Sonia Petruse, Cait Porter, Catherine Rahman, Melanie Serkes, Sophie Strachan, Heather Sundquist, Tyler Teran, Anthony Torcasio, Jason Andrew Turner, Michael Weaver, Michael Yoder, YOMI.

Space 1026 presents Philadelphia 2076. This open call asked artists to take a look at our city’s future. Asking for loose interpretations of what Philadelphia will look like in the year 2076. For example; post-apocalyptic nightmares, environmental meltdowns, dreamlike futurescapes, new versions of the same old. The response to the call was varied in media and subject matter. Optimistic, depressing, funny, graphic, painterly, and abstract describe the variety of work chosen for this exhibition.The jurors Conrad Benner, Ryan Beck, and Miriam Singer selected photographs, drawings, paintings, and prints for this exhibition.
Artwork is available to view and purchase on our online store.

Artwork on our postcard is by Terri Fry Kasuba


Conrad Benner, Founder and Editor of, a Philly-based photo-blog that documents and celebrates street art, graffiti, and urban exploration in and around the city of Philadelphia.

Ryan Beck, A Philadelphia based artist whose paintings have muted and watery tones with defined marks and vibrant colors and has shown at Paradigms, James Oliver Gallery, Space 1026, Gallery 222.

Miriam Singer: creates abstract cityscapes and colorful cartographical drawings inspired by walking around Philadelphia. Exhibitions include Rowan University Gallery, LG Tripp Gallery, Woodmere Art Museum. Miriam currently teaches at Fleisher Art Memorial and is a member of Space 1026