Galleries: Globe Dye building is an atmospheric setting for art

Edith Newhall, The Inquirer,  October 1, 2012

 

Put art in it and they will come. That was the thinking behind Hidden City's festival of 2009, which drew Philadelphians into Girard College, the German Society, Disston Saw Works, and other historic structures...

Catagenesis Show Review

Gabriela Vainsencher, Title Magazine September 19, 2012

 

Catagenesis, a group show at the Globe Dye Works in Port Richmond, Philadelphia, includes site-specific installations, video projections and performances by 15 invited and open-call-sourced artists from the US, as well as Israel, Canada, and South Africa.

Phila. Sculptors "Catagenesis" brings renewal to the Globe Dye Works and Frankford

Pat Smiley, The Frankford Gazette,  September 16, 2012

 

Put art in it and they will come. That was the thinking behind Hidden City's festival of 2009, which drew Philadelphians into Girard College, the German Society, Disston Saw Works, and other historic structures...

Globe Dye Works cast as venue for ambitious sculptural installations

Peter Crimmins, WHYY September 10, 2012

 

For a few weeks, the old Globe Dye Works factory in the Frankford neighborhood of Philadelphia is hosting industrial-sized sculpture.

Hanging from the wooden rafters...

In an old Frankford factory, a sculpture show to dye for

Roberta Fallon for the Daily News September 7, 2012

 

The peeling paint and uneven floors of an old industrial building are not for everyone. But Globe Dye Works, an old textile-dye factory in Frankford, is the perfect backdrop for 17 sculptors in the new show "Catagenesis."

Carnegie Show Creates Memories

Jackie Demaline, Cincinnati Enquirer October 1, 2004

 

Fragments of First Communion dresses, Easter dresses, wedding dresses rotate slowly from a looping overhead track in a darkened gallery at the Carnegie. Christine Altman calls her installation "Mnemonic Devices," ...