Image: Naomieh Jovin, Untitled (legs), 2015 (exhibited in Vox XII, 2016). Vox Populi is accepting submissions for VOX XIII – our thirteenth annual juried exhibition of emerging artists, which will […]
Vox Populi Artist Catherine Pancake’s exhibition “Bloodland” was selected as an international Critic’s Pick by Art Forum for Dec/Jan 2016. The work was reviewed by Philadelphia writer & theorist Becky […]
A group of like-minded, independent art groups currently active in Philadelphia, have come together for the CITYWIDE project. Through CITYWIDE, these groups will unify Philadelphia’s artist-run collectives in a multi-gallery […]
Vox member Mark Stockton will be presenting 11 new drawings
Check out this show featuring several Vox members and alums at Salisbury University.
Check out Vox member Alexander Rosenberg’s work at MIT.
Check out Will Haughery’s work in Chicago.
Vox Populi is happy to announce an open call for VOX IX – our ninth annual juried exhibition of emerging artists.
Vox Populi participates in the 5th Edition of SALON ZÜRCHER, which seeks to represent an emerging art world
outside of New York City.
Vox artists Tim Portlock and Mark Stockton are both featured in West Collects at City Hall in Philadelphia.
The six participating artists were invited to present new work created between August 1st and the Presidential election, November 6, 2012.
The 35th annual Wind Challenge Exhibition Series continues with Wind Challenge 2, features new and recent work by Vox alum Micah Danges and current member Tim Portlock, alongside work by Bill Gerhard.
Seven Vox Populi artists whose work is informed by photography exhibit in Lancaster, PA.
Vox member Maria Dumlao is included in IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD (AGAIN!) at PhilaMOCA. December 19-21. Check it out!
The PAFA Review Panel presents an evening of critical debate. Featuring Nicholas Nyland’s current exhibition at Vox Populi.
Curated by Daniel Wallace and Josh Pavlacky, Temptations draws parallels between the demands for freedom heard from youth culture around the globe and an internal quest for peace as we continue in the cycle of revolt and complacency.
Small scale sculptures and installations that examine contemporary building practices and their effect on communities.