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Group exhibition celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Paradigm Gallery + Studio
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PHILADELPHIA, PA.- Paradigm Gallery + Studio is presenting TEN, a comprehensive, group exhibition curated in celebration of the gallery’s tenth anniversary. TEN features the work of over 120 artists, who have presented at Paradigm over the last 10 years. The work included in the exhibition spans across mediums, featuring painting, drawing, sculpture, fibers, craft, mixed media and everything in between. To mark this exciting milestone, a majority of the artists have created new work specifically for this exhibition. TEN is on view through March 21, 2020. The exhibition is on view by appointment only.

Over the last decade, the award-winning Paradigm Gallery has become internationally known as a Philadelphia mainstay. Locals and visitors alike have come to cherish the vision of powerhouse duo, Jason Chen and Sara McCorriston. Not only known for curating exciting and unique group exhibitions, the Paradigm team has helped emerging artists in their roster grow to international prominence. They have placed works in significant public and private collections like Villa Schöningen in Berlin and The Asian Cultural Council Taiwan Foundation in Taipei. Nationally, they have placed over 90 public murals, in part through their HAHAxParadigm collaborative programming, working with local communities in helping build a stronger U.S. public arts program. Their strong presence in Queen Village has significantly impacted the neighborhood. With new galleries popping up next door every day, the area has become a must-see art destination in Philadelphia.

On the subject of their anniversary, McCorriston says, “Since 2010, we’ve grown 4 times the size of what our original space was. It’s proof that the Philadelphia art scene is so supportive and that our diverse program of New Contemporary artists resonates with the community. We’ve curated “TEN” to reinforce what we’ve been doing over the last ten years and our 2020 program not only continues that mission, but highlights how expansive Paradigm’s exhibitions can be.”

TEN is a celebration of the last ten years and a preview of what’s to come. Some highlights from the exhibition include works by artists from Paradigm’s first year like Brad Haubrich and Noségo, portraits of Chen and McCorriston by Emily Smith, and a large-scale exquisite corpse. Introduced in 1925 by Surrealists, an exquisite corpse brings together a group of artists in collaborative play, to create a single work of art. It pushes the boundaries of a traditional art form in a fun, untethered way. Over the course of the month leading up to the exhibition, around a third of the participating artists will contribute to the piece as a visual reminder of Paradigm’s ever-growing community.

TEN features the work of A. W. Sommers, Abby Elizabeth, Adam Crawford, Adam Wallacavage, Adrian Landon Brooks, Alex Eckman-Lawn, Alex Yanes, Andrew McIntosh, Anthony Pedro, April Field, Ashley Catharine Smith, Aubrie Costello & Rosie Simmons, Bines, Bradford Haubrich, Brandon C. Smith, Brian Spolans, Brin Levinson, Bunnie Reiss, Caitlin McCormack, Chad Lassin, Chambers Austelle, Charles Clary, Christian Patchell, Christine Larsen, Clémentine Bal, Clint Tillman Reid, Colette Fu, Conrad Benner, Crystal Latimer, Daisy Patton, Daria Aksenova, Darla Jackson, Deane McGahan, Dennis McNett, Drew Leshko, Ekaterina Popova, El Toro, Emily Barletta, Emily Smith, Emily White, Gabe Angemi, Ginger Rudolph, Gosia, Guido “108” Bisagni, Hannalie Taute, Henry Hablak, Hollis Heichemer, Hunter Stabler, Hyland Mather, James Heimer, James Oliver, Jasjyot Singh Hans, Jason Andrew Turner, Jedediah Morfit, Jenny Brown, Jeremy Hush, Jessica Brilli, Jessica Hess, Jiaranai Apaipak, Jim Houser, Joey Slaughter, John Garrett Slaby, John Oliver Lewis, Kate Glasheen, Katherine Fraser, Katherine Heisler, Katie VanVliet, Kay Healy, Kelly Kozma, Kendal Murray, Kid Hazo, Kimika Hara, Kristen Solecki, Kristin Schattenfield-Rein, Lauren Rinaldi, Liam Snootle, Lisa Imperiale, Lucha Rodriguez, Luke O’Sullivan, Mando Marie, Margaret Timbrell, Marianne R. Petit, Marina Gvozdeva, Mary Iverson, Matthew Shlian, Meghan Willis, Melissa Lomax, Michael Reedy, Michele Kishita, Michele Tremblay, Michelle Avery Konczyk, Miriam Singer, My Dog Sighs, Nate Harris, Nayan and Vaishali, Neil M. Perry, Nelio, Nick Pedersen, Nosego, Olivia Menta, Paige Smith, Pam Lethbridge, Paul Palcko, Paul Romano, Peter Adamyan, PJ Linden, Rebecca Reeves, Rebecka Skog, Rosa Leff, Ruby Silvious, Ryan Beck, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Sally Hewett, Sam Heimer, Sara Pedigo, Sarah Detweiler, Sarah Louise Davey, Scott Albrecht, Sean 9 Lugo, Seo Kim, Seth Clark, Sophie Roach, Stephanie Buer, Stephanie Struse, Steven Streisguth, Susannah Kelly, Suzanna Scott, Ulla-Stina Wikander, Vanessa Barragão, Yihong Hsu, Yoonmi Nam, and Young Daniel Cant.






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