Transplant brings together the work by three artists discussing identity and the re-examination of it dependent on location, often after moving to a new home. Questioning preconceptions of cultural norms, learned behaviors, exterior appearances, assumptions and stereotypes through symbolic materials, iconography, and fabric, the work discusses cultural shifts, relocation, ancestry, race, and community.Read More
Artivism, April 1st - May 31st, on view at the Pollack Gallery at Monmouth University. In this group exhibition of "activist art", different forms of social protest exploring cultural and political concerns are explored, attempting to inspire positive change in society. This juried exhibition will feature works of art that employ spectacle, symbolism and collective participation to fight for issues of social justice including racial discrimination, gender equality, fair labor practices, human rights and more. The exhibition will open with a reception on April 13 from 7-9 PM at 400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch, NJ.Read More
Spaces Worth Feeling, March 24th-June 15th, an upcoming group exhibition curated by Eric Preisendanz, and also featuring work by Tim McFarlane, Sandine Lovitz, and Jean Plough. The exhibition opens with a reception . on Thursday, April 5th, from 5-7:30pm at the Jefferson Hospital - Bodine Center for Cancer Treatment, 111 South 11th St. in Philadelphia.Read More
Ten Collaborative Projects by Twenty Artists - January 13 - 28th, 2018
Named after the technical time zones where the artists are located, EST & UTC +5 brings together 10 artists from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and 10 artists from Karachi, Pakistan, in an effort to connect across time and space through the universal language of art.
Curated by Terrill Warrenburg (Philadelphia) and Fiza Khatri (New York)Read More
Terrill is pleased to announce that four of her works will be on display at Artshare LA during the February 2018 Women's Caucus for Art and CAA annual conferences in Los Angeles.
The theme of 'Reality Sandwiches' is inspired by a collection of Allen Ginsberg's poems of that same title. Ginsberg conceived of reality sandwiches as scribbled secret notebooks and wild typewritten pages for your own joy. In that light, and tying it in with the overall conference theme of Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice, inviting artists to depict their current reality, their view of the current state of reality or where they wish for their reality to be.
Juror is Alison Saar: Internationally known, Los Angeles based artist Alison Saar is a sculptor, painter and installation artist whose work explores themes of African cultural diaspora and spirituality.Read More
February 6 to March 1, 2018
Opening Reception : Friday, February 9 from 4 to 6 PM
Terrill is pleased to be one of six artists exhibiting at the Burrison Gallery this spring.
The Burrison Gallery is located in the University Club at Penn on the 2nd floor of The Inn at Penn, 3611 Walnut Street, is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Recurrence and Cadence: Terrill Warrenburg and Kyle Triplett
Opening Reception: July 8, 2017 - 7-10pm
Kitchen Table Gallery is pleased to present Recurrence and Cadence, a two-person exhibition of recent works by Terrill Warrenburg and Kyle Triplett. With two seemingly opposite artistic practices: small, intimate watercolors by Warrenburg and large immersive light, clay, and wood installations by Triplett, the two artists find common ground through a meditative use of layering and repetitive elements, distilling their individual practices to emphasize the purity of line and light. Reducing their forms to basic linear elements, then layering and meticulously repeating them, whether it be small strokes of a brush or curved wooden stalks with clay, this pairing of work underlines fundamental and intrinsic parallels in art across disciplines.
Based on her sustained interest and prior education in music, Terrill Warrenburg’s work in Recurrence and Cadence, includes smaller, intimately-size works on paper, each created while listening to a specific song, as well as a 20 foot scroll in which she listened to 10 hours of music and made a mark, or attempt at a mark, at each beat. Interested in entering the state of flow where the conscious mind takes the backseat to the subconscious, Warrenburg began with an examination of the automatic marks of her hand, which tired and deviated as time and melodies progressed. After this performative act, she poured layers of paint on top of the still wet watercolor, attempting to mitigate her tightly controlled lines and employing color as a conscious choice of expression in tune with the music playing. Time, light, and line are looped and layered in this series - yet it is Warrenburg’s interest in creating a specific mental space for herself that keeps her creating these durational works.
Combining light, wood, and ceramics, Kyle Triplett’s light installation boxes construct a sense of place, evoking vast, outdoor rural landscapes within the confines of an urban, warehouse gallery in Philadelphia. Based in Ruston, Louisiana, Triplett creates simulated space through repetitive elements; his remediation of information questions the natural and artificial experience of landscape, the picturesque, and romantic notions of the sublime. Place exists as an idealized space, a space where infrastructure and architecture are stripped away, replaced by his own structures of performance and intended objects. Triplett aims for his work to induce a form of transportative experience; for the viewer to be placed at the axis point of a vast panorama of nostalgia and expectation, the past and future, distance and adjacency, longing and satisfaction.
Recurrence and Cadence will be on view from July 8th until July 25th, 2017. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, July 8th from 7 - 10pm. For further questions or to visit the gallery please contact Kitchen Table Gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terrill Warrenburg lives and works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania (2016) in Fine Arts, minoring in Art History and French. Recent exhibitions in the past year include the International House, Philadelphia, PA; the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, Trenton, NJ; the ALFA Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ; Gallery 66, Cold Spring, NY; and the Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ. Terrill works full time at the Locks Gallery and is a curator at Little Berlin, Philadelphia.
Kyle Triplett lives and works in Ruston, Louisiana. He received his BFA from Southeast Missouri State University (2008), a Post-Baccalaureate certificate from Louisiana State University (2009) and his MFA from Ohio University (2013). He's been an Artist-in-Residence at Red Star Studios (2015) in Kansas City, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts (2014) in Newcastle, Maine and Kansas State University (2013-2014). His most recent solo exhibition Dry Prong just closed in March 2016 at Living Arts of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Ground Floor Gallery is thrilled to announce the return of our summer show, “Priority Mail: our Mail Art Biennial” A sweeping survey of small, original artworks created by contemporary artists from across the globe, “Priority Mail” is a grand and inclusive gesture for our intimate gallery space in Brooklyn, NY.Read More
June 30 - September 10, 2017 with an opening reception on Thursday, July 6 from 6-8pm.
International House Philadelphia & DVAA present Intersection - An exhibition illustrating abstractly or literally the point at which two things meet. Featuring DVAA and International House Philadelphia Artists. Located in the East Alcove Gallery, located in the public lobby of the International House building at 3701 Chestnut Street. Open daily 8am - 10pm.
The exhibition includes a wide variety of different mediums, including oil paintings, pencil sketches, and mixed media collages. The works explore themes concerning the natural world around us, questions of everyday life, as well as relevant social and political issues.
Please join us on June 23rd at 6:30pm for refreshments and snacks, presentation of Summer Collective and an opportunity to interact with the artists of the show.Read More
Terrill is pleased to be a panelist at the upcoming discussion Dismantle This! happening at Vox Populi, April 23 from 6:00-7:45 pm
Dismantle This! is a discussion centered around and for the people who do the day-to-day labor of Philadelphia’s art institutions. In a panel moderated by Katie Rauth, current and recent interns, Sarah Kim, Summer Sloane-Britt, and Terrill Warrenburg discuss and thoughtfully critique internships, modalities of care, and exploitation rooted in their experiences working in organizations around the city. The conversation is an opportunity for the panelists and attendees to share their experiences of racism, sexism, classism, transphobia, ableism, and other forms of oppression underpinning our arts institutions. Only by listening to individuals at the base of our institutions can we understand how the art world truly treats its participants, whether positively or negatively. The discussion will conclude with collectively brainstorming actionable steps to create concrete institutional change. These strategies will be distributed in a subsequent publication with hopes of implementation.
This event is organized by Lane Speidel (a Vox Populi member) under the umbrella of a Vox Populi initiative called Always Be Dismantling. ABD has been working on the task of examining and dismantling institutional oppression and prejudice present at Vox and the art world, working towards inclusivity, equity, and accessibility. This panel is the first of a projected series of discussions around the art labor unique to Philadelphia.
Little Berlin is pleased to present "FOUND", an array of art, objects, and installations generated with found material from Kensington. Curated by Terrill Warrenburg, the exhibition will run from April 8 - 23, 2017.
Duality of Feminine and Feminist
Gallery 66 NY invited artists nationwide to respond with artworks about what the Duality of Feminine and Feminist means. Endless news cycles emphasize the fragmentary nature of our present society and divided nation. Terrill was pleased to be one of the selected artists in this exhibition.
With this in mind, we asked our artists a number of questions to ponder. How do women deal with how their gender is portrayed in this heavily charged political atmosphere? Should women and society at large be concerned with the manner in which a woman is portrayed as strong/weak, beautiful/ugly, feminine/feminist? Why are women’s rights under attack? and Is the current political atmosphere an attempt to return to the stereotypical view of women as submissive and passive?
Artist voices in response juried into this exhibit come from across our nation. Artworks were chosen in a thoughtful and respectful process by Artist/Curator Karen Gutfreund, who has a long track record for creating, curating and jurying exhibits on themes of art as activism. In fact, Gutfruend had just finished mounting her 25th major national group exhibition when she agreed to jury our exhibition. Her co-owned company Gutfreund Cornett Art is a curatorial program that specializes in creating exhibitions in venues around the U.S. She is a member of ArtTable, curator for unitewomen.org and the Northern California rep for (The feminist art project).
Artworks in the Duality of Feminine and Feminist exhibit are varied with works on paper, glass, collage, porcelain, photography, painting, fabric, assemblage, appropriated imagery and mixed media, with messages just as varied.
Exhibits will be on view March 3, 2017 through April 2, 2017, with an opening reception on
Friday, March 3 from 6-9 pm. The gallery’s regular hours are Friday through Sunday, 12-5 pm.
Gallery 66 is located at 66 Main St., Cold Spring, NY. For more information call 845-809-5838.
Terrill is pleased to be one of the artists selected for Era Contemporary's most recent exhibition, Passport to Paradise. Terrill is represented by four works from The Observer series, created while she was living in France and depicting scenes from the Parisian metro. The opening took place at the Cynwyd Club at 332 Trevor Lane, Bala Cynwyd, PA in the ballroom on Tuesday, February 28th from 6pm to 9pm.
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CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF LITTLE BERLIN
JANUARY 16 - FEBRUARY 20, 2017 AT LITTLE BERLIN
OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, 1/28, 7-9 PM
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