Perkins Center for the Arts Moorestown NJ
Joseph Podlesnik Exhibition – “The Pain, Boredom and Euphoria of Looking”
July 27 – September 21, 2022
Perkins Center for the Arts 395 Kings Highway, Moorestown, NJ, 08057, United States
Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Gallery viewing at Moorestown
Artist’s Reception: July 16, 5-8 p.m. Joseph Podlesnik is a Phoenix-based artist who exhibits his photography work nationally and internationally. He is currently Visual Arts Adjunct Faculty at Stockton University in New Jersey.
My visit on 8-1-2022 was a visit to Perkins to visit the Joseph Podlesnik Exhibition, which was outstanding fine art photography. The exhibit got me motivated to do some fine art photography myself.
Here are my Favorites from the exhibition visit.
Photography 34 at Perkins Center for the Arts Moorestown NJ
Observations and Acknowledgements
Perkins Center’s 34th Annual Photography exhibition exemplifies the best and most innovative work by photographers from the Mid Atlantic region and beyond. The 2015 Exhibition features 80 works of art from 66 talented artists, selected from a total of 93 artists who submitted works for consideration.
The 2015 exhibition displays exceptional work with a range of techniques and styles which share a distinct personal vision for the photographic medium.
The juror Stephen Perloff who was impressed with the quality of photos presented for review for this year’s exhibition. Stephen is the founder and editor of The Photo Review.
John Singletary Syntheses #17
Photography 28 at the “Perkins Center for the Arts” in Moorestown, NJ 08055
I went to the reception of Photography 28 at the “Perkins Center for the Arts” in Moorestown, NJ 08055
http://www.perkinscenter.org/ The presentations are to be held on Feb 8 at 2:00pm & Mar 1 at 2:00pm
IMHO, It was good in previous years and this year it was OUTSTANDING in that the Juror: Debra Klomp Ching, Co-director, Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, NY http://www.photoloop.com/dealerview.php?id=59&sid= was definitely more grounded into the image and not the process of printing and framing, which made for a refreshing selection which I thoroughly enjoyed. My favorite photograph was of an old man by Linda Hollinger of the South Jersey Camera Club which won an award I believe.
This year is so much better that last year that I highly recommend that you go visit the exhibition at the center which runs now till Sunday, March 1.
Some photographs of the exhibition;