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Daniel Gerwin
Daniel Gerwin is an artist living in Philadelphia. His work can be seen in the 2013 Northeast issue of New American Paintings (no. 104). He is a current participant in the Art Writing Workshop sponsored by the International Art Critics Association/USA Section and Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation. Daniel is a Senior Lecturer at The University of the Arts, a current Career Development Fellow with the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, and a founding editor of Title Magazine. For more information visit

Entries by Daniel Gerwin

Joyce Kozloff's Cradles to Conquests: Mapping American Military History

(0) Comments | Posted March 14, 2014 | 1:06 PM

In her 1989 review of feminist philosopher Sara Ruddick's book Maternal Thinking, Towards a Politics of Peace, Maureen Quilligan considers the link between motherhood and world peace. The duress of caring for infants and young toddlers can be so extreme, she writes, that mothers inevitably have moments when they wish...

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Canicular: Demetrius Oliver at the Print Center

(0) Comments | Posted February 28, 2014 | 3:44 PM

Through March 22, 2014 at The Print Center, Philadelphia.

My 18-month-old is fascinated by the moon and stars. Every night he asks to be taken outside, and if the moon is visible, he breaks into a gleeful smile and calls out "Moon! Moon!" He also loves our two dogs, looking...

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Ditta Baron Hoeber: Proximity

(0) Comments | Posted June 10, 2013 | 11:40 AM

At Moore College of Art and Design (Philadelphia) through August 31, 2013

Never have I seen a cellphone camera used more seductively. Ditta Baron Hoeber exploits the inherent limitations of her cellphone lens to achieve tremulous images of a world within arm's reach. In her solo show at Moore College...

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Amze Emmons: Informal City

(0) Comments | Posted May 24, 2013 | 4:17 PM

At Works On Paper (Philadelphia) through June 1, 2013

The other night I dreamt I was running through an empty, decrepit city: buildings were crumbling onto the street, the pavement was broken up, and there was no one in sight. I was panicked, searching for my wife and...

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Johnson on the Brain

(1) Comments | Posted February 28, 2013 | 3:10 PM

PAFA's Public Forum on Gender and Race in Contemporary Art and the Ken Johnson Controversy

Ken Johnson had a few bad weeks last fall. On November 8 in the New York Times, he wrote a brief preview of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts' "The Female Gaze:...

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