Moore College of Art & Design Presents All Together Now, Featuring 15 Local Artists In Celebration Of The Barnes Opening

The Galleries at Moore honor the grand opening of their fellow Benjamin Franklin Parkway art institution the Barnes Foundation with a special exhibition that spotlights Albert Barnes's distinctive wall ensembles. (Photo courtesy Moore)

Coinciding with the opening of the Barnes Foundation this weekend, the Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design present All Together Now, a special exhibition on view May 18 through July 28.

The exhibition reinterprets Albert Barnes’s distinctive “wall ensembles” through the work of 15 Philadelphia-based artists, including Hiro Sakaguchi (recently featured in one of our Philly 101 videos), Sarah Burgess, Nick Lenker, Stacey Webber, Mark Khaisman and others.

A free and open-to-the-public opening reception will be held tomorrow, Friday, May 18, from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

This exhibition is one of the first to be curated by Kaytie Johnson, the new Rochelle F. Levy Director and Curator of The Galleries at Moore.

More information and a full list of participating artists is available online.

All Together Now at Moore College of Art & Design
When: May 18-July 28
Where: 20th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Cost: Free
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