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Vox VI
Annual Exhibition of Emerging Artists
July 9 - August 1, 2010

Vox Populi is pleased to announce VOX VI, juried by artists William Powhida and Jennifer Dalton. This is Vox Populi’s sixth annual exhibition of emerging artists and features 33 national and international artists, including many from the greater Philadelphia area. The artists were selected from a pool of over 400 applicants and exhibit works in a variety of media: painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, installation, video, animation, and ceramics.


Derya Altan (Pontiac, MI); Clint Baclawski (Jamaica Plain, MA); Joshua Bienko (College Station, TX); Caetlynn Booth (Highland Park, NJ); Nicole De Brabandere (Columbus, OH); Piper Brett (Philadelphia); Susan Marie Brundage (Mifflinburg, PA); Sally Dennison (New York); Lauren Dombrowiak (Philadelphia); Amber DuBois (Brooklyn, NY); Lindsay Foster (Bergen, Norway); Katelyn Greth (Pottstown, PA); Jordan Griska (Philadelphia); Megan Hays (New York); Jim Jeffers (Lowell, MA); Matt Kalasky (Philadelphia); Sarah Knouse (Lewisburg, PA); Diedra Krieger (Philadelphia); Janet Macpherson (Columbus, OH); Dustin Metz (Philadelphia); Kelli Miller (Brooklyn, NY); Sanford Mirling (Troy, NY); Erin Murray (Philadelphia); Nightmare City (San Francisco); Manuel Pena (Rochester, NY); E. Elizabeth Peters (Staatsburg, NY); Constanze Pirch (Philadelphia); Aidan Rumack (Philadelphia); Nora Salzman (Philadelphia); Libby Saylor (Astoria, NY); Samantha Simmons (Philadelphia); Joshua Weibley (Brooklyn, NY); and Sheila Whitsett (Philadelphia).


William Powhida received an MFA from Hunter College in 2002 and currently lives and works as an artist and critic in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Powhida is known for tackling controversial subject matter addressing the nature of the contemporary art industry. His writings have been included in The Brooklyn Rail, Artnet.com, Circa and Permission magazines, and he has had solo exhibitions most recently at Charles James Gallery, Schroeder Romero Gallery, and Platform Gallery.

Jennifer Dalton received an MFA from Pratt Institute in 1997 and currently lives and works as an artist in Brooklyn. She uses her work to cast a critical eye on the art world’s fashions and expectations, creating two ongoing bodies of work examining the role of art auctions and the influence of the press. Her most recent solo exhibitions were at Winkleman Gallery, Smack Mellon Gallery, and Plus Ultra Gallery, and her work has been written about in the New Yorker, New York Times, Modern Painters, ArtNews, and Art in America, among others.