Please join us on Friday, February 1 from 6:30-9:30PM for Lynne Ghenov's Multigenerational Live/Work Program.
Artspace Liberti is proud to present its January/February exhibition, Multigenerational Live/Work Program, works on paper by Lynne Ghenov. This exhibition runs from January 18 – February 24, 2013. The reception for Ms. Ghenov will be held on Friday, February 1, from 6:30-9:30PM.
Ghenov's focus has been primarily in site specific installation and sculpture, interested in the materiality of light, fabric, found domestic stationery and immersing the viewer in recreated templates of her own memory.
For the past four years her work has been collage, drawings and a repurposed printmaking practice via the usage of a Xerox printer as a tool of choice. The printer has not only become an object of living and working experience, it has grown iconic in her practice.
Ghenov currently lives in the house she grew up in, which she left at the age of 17. The room which currently houses her studio has passed through assorted incarnations during her life, all of which hold specific memories that concoct new experiences and obfuscate recollections, drawing a melange of old and new; felt and unexplained.
Lynne Ghenov graduated from Tyler School of Art receiving a BFA in sculpture in 1998. She studied in Rome, Italy in 1996. She currently lives and works in Medford, NJ.
While the gallery does not maintain regular viewing hours, visits can be scheduled by appointment. Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit. Viewing is also possible during Sunday church services between 9:00AM-1:00PM.
Artspace Liberti is a multi-discipline arts venue organized and maintained by liberti church east located at 2424 E York St. in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia.