Leslie Friedman’s “Go Home” at NAPOLEON

Go Home An installation of new work by NAPOLEON founder Leslie Friedman Home is the place where we find comfort, shelter, and sanctuary. But what if you aren’t allowed to truly unpack? Go Home is an installation that explores the ache of impermanence and the universal need to settle in. Opening Reception First Friday, March 4th 6pm – 10pm NAPOLEON 319 N 11th Street, 2L Philadelphia, PA Exhibition Dates: 3.4.16 – 3.25.16 Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 2pm – 6pm or by appointment http://www.napoleonnapoleon.com  

Other Selections: Local Artists Respond to the Museum Collection

May 1 – July 18, 2015 Philadelphia, PA: The Center for Art in Wood embarks on new terrain with its spring exhibition, a collaboration with young, local artists who work in diverse media – drawing, sculpture, printmaking, video, and photography – everything, in fact, except wood. The 18 Philadelphia-based artists have selected one or more pieces from the Center’s Museum Collection to serve as a point of departure for new artwork, including animation, kinetic sculpture, book art, and large scale installations. In this exhibition and in other initiatives, the Center seeks to make the collection an engine for creative activity. Artists: Jaime…