The Job Johnson Project
by Jeremiah Johnson - Exhibition Dates: extended until July 12th!
Opening in our "Lower Level"
The Job Johnson project is an on-going collection of oral and written stories, family history, and landmarks from central Pennsylvania as told through the drawings done by an alter ego named Job Johnson who lived at the beginning of the Industrial Era. (1860 to 1937)
The project incorporates folklore from a historical first person narrative perspective. These works reflect a need for conservation as well as those tiny, nearly forgotten reminders of Pennsylvania’s multicultural roots. Each drawing that I've made for this project is done on my own hand-made paper framed in hand-built recycled wood frames.
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Jeremiah Johnson - http://studiobreak.com/jeremiah-johnson/
Gallery Hours Wed.-Sun.12-6pm
For more information and visuals, please contact
Norma Homberg or Francesca Arcilesi:
Gallery hours: Wednesday - Sunday 12 pm - 6 pm and by appointment.
139 Eldridge St.New York, NY 10002
212-810-7716 or 347-743-4132