Philadelphia’s Corridor Contemporary Gallery, located in the heart of Fishtown, debuts its latest exhibition in the ideal location for the emerging and culturally vibrant art scene.
Corridor Contemporary’s three-floor gallery displays work by both international and local artists, of contemporary and modern art. Corridor currently is showcasing the works of featured artists that include Hebru Brantley, Distortedd, King Saladeen, Kenny Scharf, Seek One, Binsky, Jason Andrew Turner, Eric Inkala, and Taher Jaoui.
The WALL TO WALL exhibition presents a wide ranging look at a variety of disciplines, offering a chance to see the distinction in each of the artist’s techniques or how we may subjectively perceive or receive their work.
“The opening event was a wonderful celebration of the artists featured in the exhibition,” elated Corridor Contemporary Gallery Director, Damian Munoz. “We really appreciate seeing both first time and returning guests, artists, and collectors supporting the local arts community.”
The pieces on display are primarily from artists that Corridor Contemporary Gallery represents and partners with. The Gallery’s collection of work is ever-evolving as the artists that they work with are always producing. There is also the discovery of new artists, or the exhibited art finds homes with passionate collectors, and as new acquisitions are made… There is never a dull wall in Corridor.
Corridor debuts a new exhibition every one to two months. The gallery is open to hosting solo exhibitions as well as dual or group shows. If you are a local artist looking to showcase your work, Corridor is always open to reviewing submissions.
Corridor Contemporary is currently putting all of its efforts into supporting its artists and their careers with a heavy focus on Philadelphia-based creators. The commitment to the artists they represent and work with is based on long-term relationships. They aim to grow together as a gallery collective. Corridor Contemporary has an exciting lineup of exhibitions planned that feature a diverse group of artists that explore a wide spectrum of themes, media, and intentions.
“In addition to showcasing international work, Corridor Contemporary sees equal importance in supporting local artists and the Philadelphia art community at large,” explained Munoz. “Our overarching goal is to introduce a diverse group of Philadelphia artists to an international audience, and vice versa, to introduce the Philadelphia audience to a wide range of international work.”
Corridor Contemporary Gallery, located at 1315 Frankfort Avenue, is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Visit the gallery’s site for more information.