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(EM)BODY is a zine organized by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts’ graduate seminar, Artist as Curator, and their professor Alexis Granwell. This zine came to fruition as the product of restructuring the course’s syllabus due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. (EM)BODY offers a new format for the graduate students to curate, exhibit and connect while in-person exhibitions are impossible due to quarantine.

NOW ON VIEW:

NOT FAR FROM HERE

KENT ANDREASEN

AND NATE BURBECK

We are pleased to have been selected to participate in ArtFare x Assembly Room's Unrealized Projects, presenting Covid-impacted projects and exhibitions by eight independent women curators.

Online Presentation

July 7 - 24, 2020

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ONGOING:

ORCHID.SEASONS

MATTHEW MORROCCO

Public Art Installation

In collaboration with Chashama and Port Authority, with grant support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Port Authority's "Project Find"

549 Ninth Avenue, btw. 40th and 41st Streets

On view 24/7

ONGOING:

INESCAPABLE TRUTHS

BRADLEY MCCALLUM

February 25 - March 30, 2020

Gallery Space at Wagner, NYU

295 Lafayette Street, Second Floor

Opening Reception and Panel Discussion: February 25

Open Monday - Thursday, 8am - 10pm, Friday, 8am - 8pm, & Saturday, 8:30am - 6:30pm

Retreat (Road to Ajdabiya, Lybia, April
 

COVID-19 Update:

THE OLYMPIA PROJECT continues to be committed to supporting artists and curators to build a broader, more inclusive art world. In accordance with NYC mandates we have closed our physical spaces and cancelled upcoming openings and exhibitions until further notice, but we haven't stopped working!

We have moved our programming online: you can find exhibitions on Artsy and we have have been mobilizing our online presence to connect you to our artists in new ways.

We look forward to the day when we will all be able to gather again, but in the meantime, we look forward to paving a way forward online, and developing new ways to engage and share art.

 
 

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