Freedman Gallery

Center for the Arts photoFreedman Gallery
13th & Bern Streets
Reading, PA 19612

Main Office: (610) 921-7715
Box Office: (610) 921-7547
Gallery: (610) 921-7541

boxoffice@albright.edu
gallery@albright.edu

Freedman Gallery Hours:
Tues.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
and Sun., 1-4 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, holidays, breaks (see College calendar) and summer.

Admission to the Freedman Gallery is always FREE!


May 2-12, Freedman Gallery. This annual exhibition includes a round up of work by Albright College students made over the past year. Annual prizes and awards are given in four categories during a special reception.

In May 2013, the Center for the Arts was awarded First Prize, institutions with budgets under $750,000, in the American Alliance of Museums’ Annual Museum Publication Design Competition for the CFA’s 2012-2013 Season Catalog.


Erin Riley-Lopez, curator of the Freedman Gallery, recently contributed an article to the popular Art 21 Blog, check it out here.


In May 2012, the Freedman Gallery loaned six artworks by Leonid to the Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Russia for the exhibition Leonid Sokov: Point of View.  In addition, the Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, has borrowed four more of our works by Sokov.


Newsweek included Albright College in its list of the “Top 25 Most Artistic Colleges in the U.S.,” November 2011.


Our exhibition Intertwined (May 20 – July 1, 2012), guest curated by Emily Branch, was listed in the “Top 10 Visual Art Events in Reading, PA for 2012” by Ron Schira, art critic for the Reading Eagle.

StatueThe Freedman Gallery hosts approximately ten exhibitions each year with shows rotating in the main gallery and project space.  The gallery’s mission calls for a focus on “contemporary, living, American artists.”  Exhibitions are typically organized by the gallery’s curator and may include works from our collection, loans from private collectors, galleries, and museums, or loans and installations that come directly from artists.

Our curator regularly conducts research on emerging artists, makes studio visits to New York City and other major metropolitan areas, and attends important national and international festivals and biennales in order to bring to Albright some of the best work in all media: painting, ceramic, glass, wood, and metal sculpture, textiles, photography, printmaking and new media (digital/video arts).  Additionally, the work of students is featured in the Annual Juried Student Show at the end of each spring semester, while the work of important local and regional artists is highlighted over the summer (May to June).

Images of exhibitions and preview PDFs for catalogs can be found on other pages of this site.

Admission to the Freedman Gallery is always FREE.  We are happy to add your contact information to our database so you can stay informed about upcoming events.  Plus, you can choose the level of email and postal correspondence you’d like to receive from us.  This is a great way to be reminded of exciting openings and special lectures by artists and curators.  Although our primary focus is the college campus, we also serve the community by hosting a variety of free tours and activities for groups, families, children and schools.  See the “education” section for details about these programs or contact our curator of education.

Besides visiting the gallery, we employ students as gallery attendants and use student volunteers from the art education and arts administration programs to assist us with developing and implementing programs from exhibition research and installation to weekly experimental art labs and summer camps for children.  Interested students should contact our curator and curator of education.

The Freedman Gallery is located on the ground floor in the northwest portion of the Center for the Arts.  The entrance is directly off the parking lot at the corner of 13th and Bern streets.  Parking on campus is free and visitors are welcome to park in the lot at 13th and Bern. For directions to Albright’s campus and parking information, please click here.

History

The Gallery is named after former Albright trustee and alumna, Doris Chanin Freedman.

The first space on campus to be designated for a permanent art gallery was opened on Oct. 31, 1976.  This facility (now known as Klein Hall) formed a part of the Campus Center.  Perspective was the inaugural exhibition and it included works by Jim Dine, Sam Fransic, Nancy Grossman, Al Heid, Robert Morris, Louise Nevelson and Frank Stella.

By the late 1980s the gallery’s needs had outgrown this space and in 1990, construction began on a new facility.  With the assistance of a major National Endowment for the Arts grant, the College launched a $6.5 million building project under the direction of architect Adele Santos who collaborated with sculptor Mary Miss to create the central plaza and amphitheater that forms the heart of our Center for the Arts (CFA).

Around this courtyard, Santos designed a south-wing to house the art department with studios for drawing, painting, printmaking, and for woodworking and ceramic sculpture.  The north-wing houses the Freedman Gallery, originally designed as classic kunstellar or “white box.”  With its temporary walls, the main gallery can be broken down into smaller spaces.  However, the adjacent project space also offers options for exhibitions of smaller scale.  The music department, with its studios, practice rooms, and Roop Hall performance space is located on the ground floor of the CFA’s northeast-wing.  On the second floor of this wing, one can find the Wachovia Theatre, box office, and mezzanine, where special events and receptions are held.  Altogether, the CFA provides a unique nexus for the multidisciplinary study of the visual and performing arts.


Doris Chanin Freedman

1928-1981

In 1975 Doris Freedman responded to the College’s capital campaign and pledged a major donation towards the creation of a permanent exhibition space on campus.  A proviso of her gift was “…that the works exhibited be of consistent highest quality and that [the program] represents, primarily, living American contemporary artists.”

Doris Freedman studied sociology and graduated from Albright College in 1950.  She earned a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University and began to focus her attention towards culture and the arts. Freedman served as the first director of New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs, president of City Walls, and founder of the Public Art Fund.  Each of these organizations focused on making the arts more accessible to the general public.

For more information about Mrs. Freedman’s contributions to the cultural life of New York City, please visit: www.nycgovparks.org/about/history/women/parks-employees


Mission

The Freedman Gallery seeks to create, expand, and engage our passion for personal expression, individual creativity, and intellectual curiosity through exposure to the highest quality of contemporary artwork by, primarily, living American artists.

Lisa Korecky
Secretary, Center for the Arts
(610) 921-7715
lkorecky@albright.edu

Beth Krumholz
Curator of Education
(610) 921-7776
bkrumholz@albright.edu

Danny Looker
Assistant Preparator
(610) 921-7541

Erin Riley-Lopez
Curator
(610) 921-7616
eriley-lopez@albright.edu

Nancy Sarangoulis
Collections Manager
(610) 921-7541
nsarangoulis@albright.edu

David Tanner
Director
(610) 921-7619
dtanner@albright.edu

 

Student Workers & Volunteers

Jordan Bonte, Student Gallery Assistant
Holly Flynn, Student Gallery Assistant
Gabrielle Fundyga, Student Gallery Assistant
Lauren Kubis, Student Gallery Assistant
Venny Lalu, Student Gallery Assistant
Bethany Lyon, Student Gallery Assistant
Alyssa Philhower, Student Gallery Assistant

Freedman Gallery, Albright College  16/17 Exhibition Schedule

MG – Main Gallery            PS – Project Space            * Fee required to attend.          EE An Experience Event


This Is the Freedman at 40
Jan. 26–April 23, Freedman Gallery (MG)
Curated by CFA director, David Tanner, and gallery curator, Erin Riley-Lopez along with students from ARA 390 – Project Management, the exhibition will use the Gallery’s permanent collection and vast collection of related print material to tell the 40-year story of the Freedman Gallery’s history, highlighting the artwork, major exhibitions, events and people who have contributed to 40 years of showcasing the best contemporary American art.

  • Panel Discussion, Thur., Jan. 26, 4-5 p.m., Klein Lecture Hall EE
  • Opening Reception, Thur., Jan. 26, 5-7 p.m.
  • Closing Reception, Sun., April 23, 1-3 p.m.

Ink Travels, a Printmaking Collective
Jan. 26–March 5, Freedman Gallery (PS)
Ink Travels is an assemblage of prints, developed with a myriad of printmaking traditional and cutting-edge processes, that were created to celebrate the contributions and teaching career of Sydney Cross, a professor of art at Clemson University whose influence spanned more than three decades of artists. The resulting collection is a dynamic visual documentation of knowledge and memories that celebrate an incredible teacher.

A Moveable Feast
March 21–April 23, Freedman Gallery (PS)

Invitational exhibition of regional artists and artisans whose work focuses on food and table related items that will collectively be arranged in an immersive environment with a table setting set for a grand feast. The exhibition references the idea of a “period room” in many of the world’s foremost museums, only here the period is contemporary. Artists and artwork featured in the exhibition include: Cocol Bernal (mixed-media chandelier constructed from found objects), Marilyn Fox (oil painting) Kristen Woodward (encaustic painting), Amy Stevens (digital photography), Jim Brunner (metal), Will Dexter of Taylor Backes (glass), Daniel Schlenker (ceramics and mixed-media table), Dolores Kirschner (ceramics), Henry VanDuren (walnut and ceramic table), Eric Claypoole (oil on metal hex sign), Denise Wilz (redware ceramics), Sue Biebuyck (oil painting) and more. A grand gala and auction in the tradition of the former Friends of the Freedman will close out the show. Tickets for the gala must be purchased in advance and include a grand buffet, two drink tickets, and musical entertainment provided by Dan and Suzanne. Contact the Box Office at 610-921-7547 or purchase online at http://albright.universitytickets.com/user_pages/event_listings.asp. To preview individual items online and get instructions for placing bids, including absentee bidding, visit www.albright.edu/freedman40. The exhibit and event are sponsored by Susan Kraus, Ph.D., ‘77 & Robert Gill, Ed. D.

  • Closing Reception & Auction, Sun., April 23, 4-7 p.m. * ($25 adult, $15 student, includes two beverage tickets/buffet, ADVANCE SALES ONLY)

Alison Ho: Ethnically Ambiguous Asian
March 21–May 21, Freedman Gallery (Foyer)
Ho works with narrative, language, and identity, crafting pieces based on personal experience. She believes the construction of cultural identity is an ongoing process, which cannot be merely picked and chosen. As an artist, her cultural identity—being Chinese-American, multilingual, female, from the Bay Area—is wholly integrated within and cannot be separated from her artistic practice. Therefore, her work is confessional, using her own life details to examine broader themes of Asian-American identity and the flexing boundaries of public vs. private. Her work also examines the negotiations, experiences, and expectations of different, sometimes contradicting, cultural values and directions.

Annual Juried Student Exhibition
May 2–May 12, Freedman Gallery (MG & PS)
This annual exhibition includes a round up of work by Albright students created over the past year. Annual prizes and awards are given in four categories during a special reception. Juror: Susan Biebuyck, painter and graphic designer, gallery director for Studio B, Boyertown.

  • Annual Juried Student Exhibition
    May 2–May 12, Freedman Gallery (MG & PS)This annual exhibition includes a round up of work by Albright students created over the past year. Annual prizes and awards are given in four categories during a special reception. Juror: Susan Biebuyck, painter and graphic designer, gallery director at Studio B, Boyertown.

    • Download Prospectus
    • CALL FOR ENTRIES: Submission is open to all students currently enrolled at Albright accepting artwork in all media. Work must have been created at Albright since April 2016.
    • PRIZES: A number of cash awards will be chosen by the juror.
    • EXHIBIT DATES: The exhibition runs May 2 – May 12 in the Freedman Gallery
    • RECEPTION DATE: The Artists Reception and Awards Presentation is Thursday, May 4 from 5-7 pm
    • SUBMISSION, SELECTION AND ELIGIBILITY: Work must be hand delivered on April 25, 2017 between 8:30 am – 5 pm to the Freedman Gallery. All media are eligible for consideration. Not more than seven (7) pieces may be submitted by each artist. All work must be original and completed at Albright since April, 2016. Works previously submitted to the Juried Student Art Show will not be accepted. Art size may be limited to our ability to display. All framed work and paintings must be “ready to hang”…wires and/or D-rings attached by artist (some paintings can hang from frame). Clip-on and EZ frames with glass or plexi are acceptable. Gallery does NOT install artwork into clip-on or EZ frames, artist does this. Work must be matted with support board behind mat. Work with wet paint or in extremely fragile condition or otherwise improperly prepared will be ineligible for consideration. Indicate the top of each work by the proper placement (top right back) of your entry tag. For installation and large sculpture, it is suggested that work be set up in the sculpture studio or hallway. Limit of three (3) installation submissions. Artist is responsible for installing and de-installing work in Gallery. Exhibition acceptance will be determined by Gallery staff; winners will be chosen by the juror, James Carroll, Director of the New Arts Program. Work will be selected on the basis of quality. All decisions of the juror will be final.
    • SALES: Sale of artwork is encouraged. Sales will be conducted through the Gallery staff in the form of cash or check (made out to artist). Negotiations on prices are strictly between artist and client, but artist must contact Lisa Korecky in person if sale price and list price differ. If artist is not present when sale is made, then Lisa will hold cash or check until artist picks up. If work is not priced, we will assume you do not want to sell your artwork. Sold work must remain in the exhibition until Monday, May 15 between 8:30 am – 4 pm or by special arrangement with the CFA secretary.
    • AGREEMENT: The Freedman Gallery reserve the right to photograph accepted artwork and used in promotional materials and websites. The Freedman Gallery does not accept responsibility for loss or damage to any artwork for any reason at any time. The submission of artwork to this exhibition will constitute an agreement to all the conditions in these guidelines including dates when artwork must be removed and permission to photograph for publicity.
    • OTHER INFORMATION: After delivery, no work may be substituted or altered. Accepted work will be posted on the Gallery door by April 27. All work not accepted into the exhibition MUST be picked up by April 27. All exhibited work must be picked up May 12 from 9 am – 4 pm in the Freedman Gallery or by special arrangement with the CFA secretary. Print or type entry form completely and clearly. Attach label securely to upper right hand corner of the back of each piece; numbers to correspond to number on entry form.

That ’70s Show
January 22 – February 10, 2013


Brett Weston Photography
Nov. 27, 2012 – Jan. 13, 2013


Architectural Elements in the Collection
October 17 – November 18, 2012


Our Walls, Your Walls: An Art Loan Showcase
August 23 – September 9, 2012


Nurturing Nature
March 20 – April 18, 2012


James Hyde
March 19 – April 14, 2012


Richard Hamwi: Journey
December1, 2011 – January 8, 2012


Off Road
The Regional Landscape Photography of Greta Brubaker

New York September 11
by Magnum Photographers™
October 1 – November 30, 2011

4cast: New Directions, Traditional Forms
May 21 – June 30, 2011


Ghost of a Dream: FUTURE PERFECT
March 11 – April 23, 2010


Wonderful Life: works by Steven Siegel
January 18 – February 26


Jennifer & Kevin McCoy: The Family Show
Thur., Nov. 5 – Sun., Dec. 13


Robin Mandel: Relative Strangers
September 3 – October 23


Summer Exhibition 2009
May 23 – June 28


Jon Elliott: The Pursuit of Happiness
March 26 – May 1, 2009


Works by Sue Coe
January 22, 2009 – March 11, 2009


Alex Rosenberg: Collector and Patron
October 30, 2008 – January 14, 2009


Disabled Development
Drawings by William Amundson

September 4 – October 19, 2008


Pedagogy and Patronage
Highlights from the Permanent Collection
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June 6 – July 30 and August 20 – August 27


Mine Mine
Eric Doeringer and Nancy Drew

March 28 – May 3, 2008


Trace Miller, Nature: Invitation for Renewal
March 7 – March 21, 2008


M.M. Dupay and Nora Sturges, Fragments of Truth
Collage and Painting. January 25 – February 29, 2008


Lance Winn, Trace
November 9 – December 7, 2007


Old and New, Prints from the permanent collection,
Recent works by Albright Faculty, Conversations with
the New Director
. September 27 – October 30, 2007


Henry Saxe, Nature Nurture
June 1- July 29,
August 23 – September 17, 2007


Randy Williams, Installations and Ruminations
January 12 – March 4, 2007


Soul Machines, Recent Paintings by Robert Pepper
November 3 – December 15, 2006


Brett Weston, Selections from the Freedman Gallery
Collection, September 29 – October 20, 2006


Helicon, Muses on the Mountain, Joel Carriero, Claudia 
Fitch, Nicholas Kripal, Jeffrey Mongrain, John Rosis,
Jackie Shatz, June 2 – September 17, 2006

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Brochures are free with a 10” x 13” SASE and $1.20 postage. For Catalogs please send a check payable to Albright College.

2007
Saxe Henry Saxe: The Anarchy of Space
28 page catalogue
June 1 – September 7, 2007
$15.00
Photo of Randy Williams: Installations and Ruminations cover Randy Williams: Installations and Ruminations
brochure
introduction by Christopher Youngs
January 12 – March 4, 2007
Photo of Lance Winn's brochure cover Lance Winn: Trace
brochure
introduction by Jeannette Redensek
November 9 – December 7. 2007
2006
Cover of Peter Homitzky: Changing Spaces Peter Homitzky: Changing Spaces
35 page catalogue
introductions by Christopher Youngs
February 24 – March 26, 2006
0-941972-46-1
Richard Hamwi, Reflections
brochure
introduction by Christopher Youngs
April 7 – May 1, 2006
0941972-47-X
Cover of The Consummate Gardener by Leonard Lehrer Leonard Lehrer: The Consummate Gardener
brochure
introduction by Christopher Youngs
April 7 – May 1, 2006
0-941972-48-8
Cover of Helicon, Muses on the Mountain Helicon, Muses on the Mountain
brochure
introduction by Matthew Garrison
June 2 – September 17, 2006
0-941972-49-6
Cover of Brett Weston: Selections from the Freedman Gallery Collection Brett Weston: Selections from the Freedman Gallery Collection
brochure
introduction by Laurie Dahlberg
September 29 – October 29. 2006
Cover of Robert Pepper: Soul Machines Robert Pepper: Soul Machines
brochure
introduction by Ron Schira
November 3 – December 15, 2006
2005
Cover of Leonid Lerman: The Last Man & Related Works Leonid Lerman: The Last Man & Related Works
44 page catalogue
introduction by Christopher Youngs
January 4 – February 6. 2005
0-941972-44-5
Cover of Affinities: The Separate and Group Efforts of Six Artists Affinities: The Separate and Group Efforts of Six Artists
brochure
introductions by Christopher Youngs and Ron Schira
June 1 – September 11, 2005
0-941972-45-3
2004
low tech Low Tech
Works by Jonathan Bailey, Joseph Mills, Jett Ulaner Sarachek
6 page brochure
Essay by Christopher Youngs
January 9 – February 8, 2004
ISBN 0-941972-38-0
FG04-A——–8
wood + metal Robert Murray: Wood + Metal
6 page color brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
March 30 – April 23, 2004
ISBN 0-941972-39-9
FG04-B——–8
balancing act Warren Angle: Balancing Act
6 page color brochure
Essay by Christopher Youngs
May 28-September 10, 2004
ISBN 0-941972-40-2
FG04C——8
it's a wild thing Messinger/Sams: Two Solo Exhibitions
Jason Messinger: It’s a Wild Thing
6 page color brochure
Essay by Christopher Youngs
September 18-October 24, 2004
ISBN 0-941972-41-0
FG 04D—-8
resonances Messinger/Sams: Two Solo Exhibitions
Doris Sams: Resonances
6 page color brochure
Essay by Christopher Youngs
September 18-October 24, 2004
ISBN 0-941972-42-9
FG04E—-8
Dan Schimmel Dan Schimmel: Variations on a Theme
color brochure
Essay by Christopher Youngs
November 5 – December 10, 2004
2003
industry and entropy Industry and Entropy
Works by Edward Burtynsky, Mark Ruwedel, Rober Smithson
40 page catalogue
Essay by Christopher Youngs
March 25 – April 17, 2003
ISBn 0-941972-36-4
FG03-A750/523-20
$20.00
reflections Reflections
Recent works by Cynthia Maurice
6 page color brochure
Essay by Christopher Youngs
May 17 – June 29, 2003
ISBN 0-941972-37-2
FG03-B800/276-8
2002
leonid sokov Leonid Sokov
8 page color brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
February 8 – March 22, 2002
ISBN 0-941972-34-8
FG02-A1250/856-8
ID(entity) II ID II: Identity
Work by Sandra Meigs
19 page catalogue
Essay by Christopher Youngs
May 18 – June 30 * September 3 – 29, 2002
ISBN 0-941972-35-6
FG02-B1190/494-15
$15.00
2001
STITCH Creighton Michael: Stitch, 1976-2000
25 page full color catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
February 2 – March 6, 2001
ISBN 0-941972-31-3
FG01-A1200/573-15
$15.00
ID(entity) ID (entity)
Works by Eunice Boscov, Lynn Moody, Lydia Panas
22 page color catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
May 19 – July 1 * September 4 – 23, 2001
ISBN 0-941972-32-1
FG01-B1200/1000-15
$15.00
tours and revolutions Laura Anderson Barbata: Tours and Revolutions
8 page color brochure
essary by Christopher Youngs
October 5 – November 4, 2001
ISBN 0-941972-33-x
FG01-C1200/708-8
2000
Everyday Art David Ireland
full color brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
February 4 – March 10
FG00-A1200-8
Merrill Wagner Merrill Wagner
8 page full color brochure
essays by Christopher Youngs and John Yau
March 21 – April 28
FG00-B1200-8
Landscape Revisited Landscape Revisited
New interpretations of the contemporary landscape – redefining a tradition works by Peter Kinney, William Smith, Bill Walton
22 page color catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
May 20- June 30 / September 5-24
FG00-C1200-12
$12.00
Transitions Judith Schwarz: Transcriptions
8 page color brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
October 6 – November 5, 2000
ISBN 0-941972-29-1
FG00-D1200/905-8
Tom Watcke: New Work Tom Watcke: New Work
8 page color brochure
essary by Christopher Youngs
November 10 – December 10, 2000
ISBN 0-941972-30-5
FG00-E1250/997-8
1999
Passages PASSAGES: Cynthia Coulter and Mark Briscoe
Solo Works and Collaborations
full color brochure set
essay by Christopher Youngs
February 12-March 19, 1999
FG99-A999-5
Spare Parts Spare Parts: Stan Smokler
full color brochure
essay by Judd Tully and Christopher Youngs
March 26 – April 25, 1999
FG99-B1000-6
Mixed Blessings Mixed Blessings: Kristen Woodward
full color brochure
essay by John Adkins and Christopher Youngs
March 26 – April 25, 1999
FG99-C1000-6
Paradise Revisited Paradise Revisited
32 page catalog
essays by Christopher Youngs
photographic works by Geoffrey James, Tim Rice, Norman Sarachek
May 22 – July 2 / August 31- September 12
FG99-D1500-16
$16.00
1998
GENERATIONS
brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
works by Hattie Brunner, Luke Gottshall, June & Walter Gotttshall, Barbara Strawser, Melissa Strawser, Frank & Victor Cicansky, Vivian Fishbone, Susan Zeeman Rogers
March 13 – April 19, 1998
FG98-A949-3
no photo available SURROUNDING SCULPTURE
full color catalogue
essays by Christopher Youngs
works by Bill Barrett, Ed Haugevik, Joseph McDonnell, Robert Murray, George Rickey, Nina Yankowitz
May 30 – July 3 / September 1 – 20, 1998
FG98-B971-15
$15.00
no photo available RE:PRESENTATION
24 page color catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
works by Ian Carr-Harris, Mark Klett, Hank Stevens
October 2 – November 20, 1998
FG98-C767-15
$15.00
1997
TIMEFRAMES
52 page color catalogue
essays by Donald Kuspit, Beverly Leviner, Robert Metzger, Christopher Youngs
works by Stan Douglas, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Hamish Fulton, Rebecca Horn, Mark Klett, Eadweard Muybridge, Michael Snow, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Susan Crowder, Lycia Trouton
February 14 – April 11, 1997
FG97-A1249-20
$20.00
HISTORY IN THE MAKING:
LINDA ADLESTEIN & AL MCWILLIAMS
brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
works by Linda Adlestein and Al McWilliams
May 31 – July 13 / September 3 – 21, 1997
FG97-B449-5
JUNE LEAF
24 page color catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
October 7 – December 11, 1997
FG97-C799-15
$15.00
1996
Les and Catherine Levine Collection THE LES AND CATHERINE LEVINE COLLECTION
brochure
essay by Ted Greenwald
works by Abbot Burns, Lydia Dona, Holly Hughes, Fredda Mekul, Marilla Palmer, Hal Saulson, James Wang, Jeffrey Wasserman
February 6 – March 14, 1996
FG96-A200-3
INTERACTIONS
catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
works by Mark Gomes, Joseph Havel, Lisa Ludwig, Susan Schelle
March 26 – April 28, 1996
FG96-B200-10
$10.00
The State of Steel STATE OF STEEL
brochure
essay by J. M. Welker
works by Martin Desht and Joseph Elliott
May 31 – July 27, 1996
FG96-C700-5
Color is Form/Form is Color COLOR IS FORM/FORM IS COLOR
brochure
essay by Christopher Youngs
works by Kevin Finklea and Hank Stevens
May 31 – July 27, 1996
FG96-D900-3
20/20 20/20: THE VISIONARY LEGACY OF DORIS CHANIN FREEDMAN
20th Anniversary Exhibition
40 page color catalogue
essay by Christopher Youngs
works by Nicholas Africano, Ida Applebroog, William Baziotes, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joseph Beuys, Jime Dine, Gunter Forg, Leon Golub, April Gornik, Hans Haacke, Keith Haring, Jenny Holzer, Komar and Melamid, Harry Koursaros, Lee Krasner, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ana Mendieta, Nam June Paik, Andy Warhol, Tom Watcke
October 25 – December 13, 1996
FG96-E1149-20
$20.00
1995
Body Echo HUGH O’DONNELL:
BODY ECHO
brochure
essay by Hugh O’Donnell
February 14 – March 19, 1995
FG95-A250-2
Incarnadine INCARNADINE:
VIRGINIA BRADLEY & PAUL CLIFFORD
brochure
essay by Buzz Spector
September 12 – October 20, 1995
FG95-B250-3
In the Flesh IN THE FLESH
brochure
intro by Jill Snyder
works by Lesley Dill, Carol Hepper, Prudencio Irazabal, Dennis Kardon, Byron Kim, Simon Leung, Glen Ligon, Harry Philbrick, Kiki Smith, Jack Whitten, Telma Zunz
November 2 -December 15, 1995
FG95-C1600-3
1994
Cover of Topolski: Recent Drawings and Sculpture TOPOLSKI:
RECENT DRAWINGS AND SCULPTURE
brochure
February 3 – March 17, 1994
FG94-A1050-3
Cover of Ida Applebroog: Everything is Fine IDA APPLEBROOG:
EVERYTHING IS FINE
brochure
essay by Charlotta Kotik
March 29 – April 26, 1994
FG94-B1050-3
Cover of Jane Hammond JANE HAMMOND
brochure
essay by Sue Scott
September 13 – October 28, 1994
FG94-C800-3
Cover of Impossible Evidence: Contemporary Artists View the Holocaust
IMPOSSIBLE EVIDENCE:
CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS VIEW THE HOLOCAUST
39 page color catalogue
essay by Andrea Liss
works by Melissa Gould, Ellen Rothenberg, Nancy Spero, Art Spiegelman

Constructing Memory:
Site Plans and Studies for the United States
H
olocaust Memorial Museum
brochure
essay by James Ingo Freed
November 4- December 18, 1994
FG94-D925-20

$20.00
1993
Cover of Myth, Magic, and Ritual: Figurative Work by Alison Saar MYTH, MAGIC AND RITUAL
FIGURATIVE WORK BY ALISON SAAR
brochure
essay by Eleanor Heartney
February 2 – March 7, 1993
FG93-A100-3
Cover of Bill Taylor Drawings BILL TRAYLOR DRAWINGS
brochure
essay by Perry Nesbitt
February 2 – March 7, 1993
FG93-B800-3
Cover of Jackie Ferrara: Traversing Space JACKIE FERRARA:
TRAVERSING SPACE
8 page fold out brochure
essay by Patricia Phillips
March 18 – April 25, 1993
FG93-C400-5
Cover of Scaled Down: Small Works From Southeastern Pennsylvania SCALED DOWN:
SMALL WORKS FROM SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
brochure
works by Pat Badt, George Canakis, Jane Runyeon, Ron Schira, Patrick Stzrelec, John White, Jr.
June 3 – July 23, 1993
FG93-D00-2
out of print
Cover of Laura Kryzanowski: Picture of Innocence- Memories and Terrors LAURA KRYZANOWSKI:
PICTURES OF INNOCENCE- MEMORIES AND TERRORS
brochure
essay by Gerry Boyer
June 3 – July 23, 1993
FG93-E100-3
Cover of Suzanne Bocanegra SUZANNE BOCANEGRA
brochure
essay by Stephen Westfall
October 28 – December 12, 1993
FG93-F400-3
1992
The Printmaking Workshop: Bob Blackburn's Collection THE PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP:
BOB BLACKBURN’S COLLECTION
brochure
text by Jeanne Wilkinson
February 3 – March 1, 1992
FG92-A300-3
Across Cultural Boundaries: Prints from the Albright College Collection ACROSS CULTURAL BOUNDARIES:
PRINTS FROM THE
ALBRIGHT COLLEGE COLLECTION
brochure
text by Patricia Likos Ricci, introduction by Perry Nesbitt
works by Romare Bearden, Cornelis van Beverloo, Marisol Escobar, Audrey Flack, Rufino Tamayo
February 3 – March 1, 1992
FG92-B00-3
out of print
Cover of Nicholas Pearson Sculpture NICHOLAS PEARSON SCULPTURE
brochure
text by Wililam Zimmer
March 12 – April 12, 1992
FG92-C1800-3
Cover of Games Trains Wheels and Black Magic: Earl Hinz, Barry Holden, Ron Klein, Eric Staller GAMES TRAINS WHEELS & BLACK MAGIC:
Earl Hinz, Barry Holden, Ron Klein, Eric Staller
READING LIES part IV: ACROSS THE YOU-NIVERSE
a multi-media installation by TULLIO DeSANTIS
brochure
essay by Marilyn Fox
June 8 – July 10, 1992
FG92-D500-3
Cover of Nicolas Africano: Innocence and Experience NICOLAS AFRICANO:
INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE
brochure
October 22 – December 12, 1992
FG92-E3050-2
1991
Cover of Selections from the David L. Wolfe Collection SELECTIONS FROM THE DAVID L. WOLFE COLLECTION
24 page catalogue
introduction by Laura Carpenter, preface by David L. Wolfe
January 8 – February 10, 1991
FG91-A650-10
$10.00
Cover of Joan Nelson JOAN NELSON
brochure
text by Janice McGill Schiffman
February 19 – March 17, 1991
FG91-B400-3
Cover of Peter Dean PETER DEAN
brochure
text by Janice McGill Schiffman
February 19 – March 17, 1991
FG91-C550-3
Cover of Mary Miss: Photos/Drawings MARY MISS:
PHOTOS/DRAWINGS
68 page catalogue
text by Nancy Princenthal
April 2 – 28, 1991
FG91-D448-25
$25.00
Cover of Bob Natalini, Peter Jon Snyder, Barbara Thun EYE ON BERKS COUNTY:
BOB NATALINI, PETER JON SNYDER, BARBARA THUN
brochure
June 11 – July 26, 1991
FG91-E300-2
Cover of Carrie Mae Weems- Family Pictures and Stories: A Photographic Installation CARRIE MAE WEEMS- FAMILY PICTURES & STORIES:
A PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTALLATION
brochure
text by Carrie Mae Weems, introduction by Perry Nesbitt
September 12 – October 6, 1991
FG91-F500-3
Cover of Tom Watcke: Photoworks TOM WATCKE:
PHOTOWORKS
brochure
text by Eleanor Heartney, introduction by Perry Nesbitt
September 12 – October 6, 1991
FG91-G100-3
no photo available YOSHISHIGE FURUKAWA:
PAINTINGS AND WORKS ON PAPER
brochure
text by Tiffany Bell, introduction by Perry Nesbitt
October 17 – November 10, 1991
FG91-H00-3
out of print
Cover of Sally Hutchison: Paintings from the Cruciform Series SALLY HUTCHISON:
PAINTINGS FROM THE CRUCIFORM SERIES
brochure
introduction by Perry Nesbitt and text by Stephen Westfall
November 21, 1991 – January 19, 1992
FG91-I100-3
Cover of Drawing Beyond Nature: Micaela Amato, Fontaine Dunn, Clarence Morgan, and James Perry DRAWING BEYOND NATURE:
MICAELA AMATO, FONTAINE DUNN,
CLARENCE MORGAN, JAMES PERRY
brochure
introduction by Perry Nesbitt
November 21, 1991 – January 19, 1992
FG91-J550-3
1990
DONALD LIPSKI:
POETIC SCULPTURE
51 page color catalogue
introduction by David S. Rubin
March 13 – April 22, 1990
FG90-A698-20
$20.00
Cover of Recent Abstract Painting: Susan Laufer RECENT ABSTRACT PAINTING:
SUSAN LAUFER & JO ANN WOOD
brochure
introduction by Janice McGill Schiffman
May 26 – June 21, 1990
FG90-B600-3
1989
no photo available RECOLLECTIONS:
NINE WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS
brochure
excerpt by Margretta Mitchell
works by Berenice Abbott, Ruth Bernhard, Carlotta Corpron, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Nell Dorr, Toni Frissell, Lotte Jacobi, Consuelo Kanaga, Barbara Morgan
January 31 – March 5, 1989
FG89-A00-2
out of print
Cover of Cynthia Carlson: Installations CYNTHIA CARLSON:
INSTALLATIONS 1979-1989
40 page color catalogue
text by David S. Rubin
March 14 – April 23, 1989
FG89-B425-12
$12.00
no photo available EUROPEAN AVANT-GARDE
brochure
introduction by Janice McGill Schiffman
works by Bruno Ceccobilli, Francesco Clemente, Tony Cragg, Wim Delvoye, Gunther Forg, Wolfgang Laib, Juan Munoz, Olivier Richon, Rob Scholte, Susana Solano, Richard Wentworth
May 16 – June 25, 1989
FG89-C00-3
out of print
Cover of From Reading FROM READING
brochure
text by David S. Rubin
works by John deFazio, Jay Dunitz, Judy Geib, Doris Sams
July 9 – August 12, 1989
FG89-D50-3
Cover of Contemporary Hispanic Shrines CONTEMPORARY HISPANIC SHRINES
24 page bilingual color catalogue
text by David S. Rubin
works by Juan Boza, Josely Carvalho, George Crespo, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Jonas Dos Santos, Angel Suarez Rosado, Forge Toro
October 17 – November 19, 1989
FG89-E500-8
$8.00
Cover of Art About Aids ART ABOUT AIDS
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
December 1, 1989 – January 21, 1990
FG89-F747-3
1988
Cover of Ellen Brooks: Photographs and Configurations ELLEN BROOKS:
PHOTOGRAPHS AND CONFIGURATIONS
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
February 2 – March 6, 1988
FG88-A200-3
no photo available LIFE FORMS:
CONTEMPORARY ORGANIC SCULPTURE
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
works by Lynda Benglis, Tom Butter, Petah Coyne, Bruce Edelstein, Heide Fasnacht, Carol Hepper
March 15 – April 17, 1988
FG88-B00-3
out of print
Cover of Gregory Botts GREGORY BOTTS
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
May 14 -June 18, 1988
FG88-C275-3
Cover of Recent Work: Linda Fanning-Lefevre, Jane Marshall, Ted Ormai, Nancy Sarangoulis RECENT WORK: LINDA FANNING-LEFEVRE,
JANE MARSHALL, TED ORMAI, NANCY SARANGOULIS
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
June 28 – August 13, 1988
FG88-D200-3
Cover of Bert Brouwer BERT BROUWER
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
September 6 – 25, 1988
FG88-E300-3
Cover of Motorized Sculpture MOTORIZED SCULPTURE
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
work by Alice Aycock, Jonathan Borofsky, Eric Orr, William Stone, Fred Tomaselli
October 4 – 30, 1988
FG88-F150-3
Cover of Selections from the Edward Albee Collection SELECTIONS FROM THE EDWARD ALBEE COLLECTION
28 page color catalogue
Introduction by David S. Rubin and preface by Edward Albee
works by Farrell Brickhouse, Stephen Buckley, DeWitt Godfrey, David Hacker, Stanislav Kolibal, Chris Martin, Max Miller, Maud Morgan, Vladmir Novak, Jeff Price, Frank Schroder, Kishio Suga, Jonathan Thomas, Vladimir Urban, Tad Wiley
November 11, 1988 – January 22, 1989
FG88-G345-12
$12.00
1987
no photo available SELECTIONS FROM THE ALBRIGHT COLLEGE COLLECTION
10 page catalog
introduction by David S. Rubin
January 1987
FG87-A00-0
out of print
Cover of Mark Kostabi MARK KOSTABI
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
February 10 -March 15, 1987
FG87-B50-3
no photo available PETER CAMPUS:
SELECTED WORKS 1973-1987
36 page catalogue
text by Judith Tannenbaum and David S. Rubin
March 25 – April 26, 1987
FG87-C690-8
$8.00
Cover of William Baziotes: A Commemorative Exhibtion WIILIAM BAZIOTES:
A COMMEMORATIVE EXHIBITION
24 page color catalog
introduction by David S. Rubin
May 23 – July 10, 1987
FG87-D699-12
$12.00
Cover of Ron Kuivila: Parallel Lines RON KUIVILA:
PARALLEL LINES
brochure
introduction by David S. Rubin
September 8 – October 4, 1987
FG87-E100-2
Cover of Robert Keyser: Ten Years ROBERT KEYSER:
TEN YEARS (1977-87)
36 page color catalogue
text by Julie Schaffer Courtney and Janice McGill Schiffman
October 13 – November 15, 1987
FG87-F35-1
$12.00
Cover of the Computer in Contemporary Art COMPUTER ASSISTED:
THE COMPUTER IN CONTEMPORARY ART
24 page catalogue
introduction by David S. Rubin
works by Barry Bridgwood, Nancy Burson, Peter Coates & Nancy Dwyer, Darcy Gerbarg, Jack Goldstein, Loren Madsen, Merill & Pierce, Steve Miller, Manfred Mohr, Joseph Nechvatal, Barbara Nessim
December 1, 1987 – January 24, 1988
FG87-G1599-8
$8.00
1986
no photo available FORGOTTEN IMAGES:
PHOTOGRAPHY IN GERMANTOWN 1840-1927
brochure
text by Brian Peterson
May 11 – June 6, 1986
FG86-A00-2
out of print
no photo available DANIEL DALLMAN:
LANDSCAPES AND PORTRAITS
6 page brochure
introduction by Janice McGill Schiffman
June 15 – July 20, 1986
FG86-B00-3
out of print
Cover of Tome Watcke- Recent Sculpture TOM WATCKE- RECENT SCULPTURE
brochure
essay by David S. Rubin
October 7 – November 9, 1986
FG86-C650-3
Cover of the Freedman Gallery: The First Decade THE FREEDMAN GALLERY:
THE FIRST DECADE
9 page catalogue
introduction by David S. Rubin
November 23 – December 31, 1986
FG86-D75-10
$10.00
1985
Cover of the Figure Renewed THE FIGURE RENEWED
6 page brochure
introduction by Judith Tannenbaum
February 26 – March 29, 1985
FG85-A100-3
Cover of The Woman Suffrage Movement: Words & Deeds THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT:
WORDS & DEEDS
20 page catalogue
with text by Carol L. Neumann
published by Bryn Mawr College
April 1985
BMC85-B425-3
no photo available THE PARODIC POWER OF POPULAR IMAGERY
44 page catalogue
introduction by Lenore Malen
May 21 – June 12, 1985
FG85-C00-8
out of print
no photo available ALLAN WEXLER:
SMALL BUILDINGS AND FURNITURE
12 page catalogue
essay and interview by Nancy Versaci
November 12 – December 8, 1985
FG85-D00-6
out of print
Cover of the Ceramics of Betty Woodman THE CERAMICS OF BETTY WOODMAN
20 page color catalogue
essay by Jeff Perrone
December 15, 1985 – January 26, 1986
FG85-E425-10
$10.00
1984
Cover of Art in Public Places ART IN PUBLIC PLACES
36 page color catalogue w/ exhibition poster
text by Judith Tannenbaum
works by John Ahearn, Bill Brand, Christo, Harriet Feigenbaum, R.M. Fischer, Richard Haas, Robert Irwin, Joyce Kozloff, Maya Ying Lin
October 12 – November 18, 1984
FG84-A425-12
$12.00
1983
Cover of Day In/Day Out: Ordinary Life as a Source for Art DAY IN/DAY OUT:
ORDINARY LIFE AS A SOURCE FOR ART
20 page catalogue
essay by Carter Ratcliff
works by Ida Applebroog, Richard Artschwager, Andrew Lord, Elaine Reichek, Roland Reiss, Lucas Samaras, Judith Shea, Mimi Smith, Margaret Wharton
March 14 – April 17, 1983
FG83-A275-8
$8.00
Cover of Contemporary Landscape Paintings CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS
6 page brochure
introduction by Jean E. Feinberg
June 17 – July 30, 1983
FG83-B150-3
1982
Cover of Landscape in Sculpture LANDSCAPE IN SCULPTURE
8 page poster/brochure
introduction by Judith Tannenbaum
March 15 – April 18, 1982
FG82-A00-5
out of print
1981
no photo available MESSAGES: WORDS AND IMAGES
52 page catalog
introduction by Marilyn Zeitlin
March 20 – April 24, 1981
FG81-A00-10
out of print
Cover of Art of Conscience: The Last Decade ART OF CONSCIENCE: THE LAST DECADE
28 page catalog
text by Donald Kuspit
September 1 – October 1, 1981
FG81-B50-8
$8.00
Cover of Koursaros by Judith Tannenbaum KOURSAROS
24 page catalog
introduction by Judith Tannenbaum
November 10 – December 15, 1981
FG81-C300-8
$8.00
1980
Cover of Presence: The Figure and Manmade Environments PRESENCES: THE FIGURE AND MANMADE ENVIRONMENTS
PERSPECTIVE 4: CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY
44 page catalogue
essay by Bruce Sheftel
February 24 – March 20, 1980
FG80-A225-10
$10.00
no photo available PYRAMIDAL INFLUENCE IN ART
64 page catalogue
essays by Christine Lilyquist, Richard Brillant, Harrry Bober,
Arthur C Miller, John Paoletti, Robert Rosenblum
March – April 1980
FG80-B00-10
out of print
1979
Cover of Small is Beautiful SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL
portfolio of 18 postcards
February 8 – March 4, 1979
FG79-A250-6
$6.00
Cover of Miniature Monument by Marilyn A. Sweedler ROY GUSSOW: MINIATURE/MONUMENT
brochure
introduction by Marilyn A. Sweedler
April 22 – May 10, 1979
FG79-B100-5
Cover of GEORGE PAPASHVILY: SCULPTOR by Charles H. Muhlenberg GEORGE PAPASHVILY: SCULPTOR
62 page catalogue
essay by Charles H. Muhlenberg
October 17 – November 15, 1979
FG79-C500-10
$10.00
1978
no photo available A PHILADELPHIA VIEWPOINT
18 page catalogue
April 9 – May 6, 1978
FG78-A00-0
out of print
no photo available TIBETAN ART
32 page catalogue
text by Marilyn A. Sweedler
September 18 – 28, 1978
FG78-B00-0
out of print
Cover of Works by Women by Therese Schwartz PERSPECTIVE ’78: WORKS BY WOMEN
55 page catalogue
essay by Therese Schwartz
October 8 – November 15, 1978
FG78-C50-10
$10.00
1977
no photo available ALBRIGHT ALUMNUS
24 page catalogue text by Doris Chanin Freedman, Barbara Hackenburg, Robert L Coon, Harry Koursaros
Summer 1977
FG77-A00-0
out of print
no photo available PERSPECTIVE 1977
36 page catalogue
introduction by Andre Zarre
FG77-B00-0
out of print
1976
no photo available PERSPECTIVE 1976
48 page catalogue
introduction by Doris Chanin Freedman
November 1 – December 15,1976.
FG76-A00-0
out of print