The Anagnorisis Art Project is proud to present Peripeteia II, a group show of work from a wonderful network of artists who live and work in Philly, New York and Brooklyn.
Peripeteia will have a rotating gallery of work and will last about two months. Participating artists are Zoe Williams, Seldon Hunt, Allison Sommers, Yuri Leonov, Caitlin Karolczak, Caitlin Hackett, Joe Concra, Denise Orzo, Jeff Faerber, Katelan Foisy, Heather Gargon, Edith LeBeau, Dylan Garrett Smith, Jason Levesque, Michael Motorcycle, Dilek Baykara, Michal Brodka, Vahge, Robert Kraiza, Paul Romano and more.
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September 5 – October 19
Opening reception – September 5th, 6-9
Hours – Thursdays 6-8, Saturdays 11-6 and by appointment
WHERE and CONTACT
538 W 29th St New York, between 10th and 11th Avenues.
Samantha Levin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 646.712.2820
Borrowed from Aristotle and Greek Tragedy, the term “Peripeteia” describes the moments that follow a profound realization; when new knowledge creates new inescapable circumstances. What is it about a wonderful work of art that is so stunning? Simply viewing a painting can reveal unknown truths about ourselves and change our lives. This exhibition explores how this antiquated term, borrowed from the world of theater, aptly describes why visual art is so important to us on a semiotic level.