PARTY WITH SERAPHIN
September 13th, 2019
Seraphin Gallery will be hosting a show on Friday, September 13th from 5-9 at the gallery. There will be wine, food, dancing, and music. We hope to see you there!
Lesley Dill at SVA
August 24th - September 21st, 2019
One of our artists, Lesley DIll, will be showing at a group exhibition titled Look Both Ways: The Illicit Liaison Between Image and Information at SVA Chelsea Gallery in New York.
PHILADELPHIA FINE ART FAIR
April 4 - April 7, 2019
Seraphin Gallery will be presenting at the Philadelphia Fine Art Fair in booth #125 from April 4-7 at the 23rd Street Armory in Philadelphia, PA. Featured artists include Phillip Adams, Harry Bertoia, James Brooks, Craig Kraft, Youdhi Maharjan, Christopher Smith, Hiro Sakaguchi, and many more.
IF SO, WHAT?
April 26 - April 29, 2018
Seraphin Gallery will be presenting at If So, What? booth #101 from April 26-29 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, CA. Exhibiting artists include Phillip Adams, Paul Fabozzi, James Fee, Craig Kraft, Youdhi Maharjan, Michael Morrill, Madeline Peckenpaugh, and Hiro Sakaguchi.
SCOPE NEW YORK
March 8-11, 2018
Seraphin Gallery will be presenting at the 18th edition of SCOPE New York from March 8-11, 2018 at booth #037 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan. Exhibiting artists include Natalie Alper, Phillip Adams, Jeff Cylkowski, Geoffrey Dubinsky, Craig Kraft, Youdhi Maharjan, Madeline Peckenpaugh, Hiro Sakaguchi, and Andrew Wapinski.
March 2 - March 23, 2018
Seraphin Gallery and The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) are excited to announce a joint POP-UP exhibition hosted by Seraphin Gallery entitled Small Talk. Carefully curated by Alyssa Laverda and Ashley Stahl, this group selection of CFEVA and Seraphin Gallery artists introduces a banter between individual works based on visual relationships and artistic concepts. These pieces are sometimes grouped and juxtaposed together for their humorous and tongue-in-cheek quips, concept-driven and contextual narratives, or associations in their formal qualities of line, shape, light, and color across a wide range of artistic media.
Presented solely in small format, the works possess a preciousness that speak in the form of intricate detail and delicate handling. Small Talk is a give and take, not only between Seraphin Gallery and CFEVA, but also between diverse artists from a variety of different cultural backgrounds, established and emerging, from Philadelphia and beyond.
June 30 - August 13, 2017
Seraphin Gallery is proud to present the 4th Annual Emerging Talent exhibition featuring artists who have recently completed their Masters of Fine Arts degrees from esteemed universities in the local Philadelphia area, including the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of the Arts. The exhibition will open on June 30th and run through August 13th. The public opening will be held on June 30th from 6pm to 8pm.
Seraphin Gallery has carefully selected six young artists in curating this group exhibition. These individuals show inventive ideas in formal technique and imaginative ways to of developing their concept. The works in this collection range from painting and digital photography to mixed-media installation. Large scale intimate prints (Autumn Thomas) and subdued variations of power (Yaochi Jin) contrast with the high impact paintings of multimedia influences (Danielle Cartier) and hyper-realized environments (Zachary Chomyszak). This fourth iteration of Emerging Talent introduces these recent graduates in the earliest stage of their promising careers.
Michael Morrill: Déjà Vu Blue
May 12 June 26, 2017
Seraphin Gallery presents a solo exhibition, titled Déjà Vu Blue, featuring paintings, prints, and sculpture by Michael Morrill. The opening reception for the show will be held at the gallery on Friday, May 12, from 6 - 8 PM. This event is free and open to the public. Déjà Vu Blue will be on view until June 26.
Michael Morrill's most recent body of work explores the essence of déjà vuand repetition through a minimalist geometric lens, where reflection and lushness play an integral part. In exploring the holy and luxurious artistic traditions of pairing blue and gold, Morrill's works become a platform to contemplate the connection from antiquity to present day-- citing specific ideologies and correlations through the spheres of religious dogmas, biblical anecdotes, and deep space scientific inquiry. What is it about the qualities of gold and blue that bring us closer to, or feel on the verge of, a liminal space?