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Robert Munn a Sara Cook at Vitreous Art Show

"Robert Munn & Sara Cook make work involving lenticular lenses (a technology slightly related to holography & diffraction gratings). They call the aggressively 3-D (but flat in reality) photographs "depthography." See them - they are impressive. Although some of Munn & Cook's work is representational & animated, the ones at Klein are abstract."

Vitreous Art Show at The Esther M. Klein Gallery

Vitreous- Of Eyes & Optics

The Klein Art Gallery at the University center Science center is proud to host its first national juried exhibition entitled The Vitreous: Of Eyes & Optics. The exhibition runs July 24th through September 5th 2009, with an opening reception on Friday, July 24th from 5pm to 8pm.

Robin Rice/ Philadelphia Citypaper 8.18.09

Vitreous Humour – the clear colorless transparent gel that fills the space between the lens & the retina of the eyeball of humans & other vertebrates. Often referred to as "the vitreous".

The Vitreous: Of Eyes & Optics is a national juried exhibition that features 22 artists whose work explores themes of eyesight, visual perception & optical phenomena through contemporary art practices. Artists included in the exhibition: Lee Arnold, Dee Breger, Greg Brellochs, David Bowen, Sara Cook, Micah Danges, Cynthia Greig, Kathy Goodell, Sara Horne, Sean Hovendick, Candace Karch, Wade von Kramm, Matthew Lake, Don Lambert, Christopher Lee, Michelle Leftheris, Andrew Lucia, Desi Minchillo, Robert Munn, Mike Nemire, Zach Nader, Artie Vierkant.

The Esther M. Klein Art Gallery is at the Science center 3600 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

The Esther M. Klein Art Gallery hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Free to Public/Wheelchair Access

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