iMPeRFeCT Gallery has moved and it's currently closed while we settle into our new location at 5539 Germantown Ave., just a block away from our Greene St. space.  We will open on May 13,  2017 with exhibits by Michael Koehler in the main gallery, Jeremy John Kaplan in the project room, and Carole Loeffler returns to start up the ReDRooM like she did 5 years ago in the previous location. The gallery will open for a preview from noon to 5pm and will have an opening reception for the artists from 6-9 pm.  Lots to do in the meantime,  we'll see you soon!  

Rocio & Renny

 The new digs!  5539 Germantown Ave. Phila. PA 19144

The new digs!  5539 Germantown Ave. Phila. PA 19144

NEW EXHIBITS

WILDE ROSE by Michael Koehler

"Advance The Runner" by Jeremy John Kaplan

"root" by Carole Loeffler in the ReDRooM

May 13 - June 10, 2017

Opening Reception Sat, May 13   6 - 9pm

“Growing up in Germantown, I learned to search for the Wylde Roses. Wylde is my son's middle name and Rose is my daughter's middle name.  These pictures were made on the edge - the place where colliding elements meet and interact. The Wylde Rose is the beauty that keeps us going beyond what we think we're capable of. It is the imagination coming to life in front of your eyes, the interaction between our inner landscape and outer, the place where dreams come true, the place we find when we go beyond.” MK

michaelmkoehler.com  thewyldelife.com

  Jeremy John Kaplan's installation "Advance The Runner" in the project room.

Jeremy John Kaplan's installation "Advance The Runner" in the project room.

“Growing up in Roxborough, I idolized artists and athletes. Exposure to art offered escape, and opportunity to experience power and resonance of individuality. Participating in team competition gave access to an inclusive community identity through triumph and defeat. These arenas have equally allowed for fulfillment of pursuit, and a lineage of shared experience of generational significance. With the installation 'Advance The Runner' I seek to unravel associations and weighted relationships with our enduring memories. The baseballs and softballs are shown in consociation as data visualization of gender population statistics. Arranged and placed in suspension, inviting the viewer to interact and create their own experience." JJK

jeremyjohnkaplan.com   notanyc.com

"The word "root" is about the root chakra, the energy center in our bodies that connect us to the earth. The sound element is an abstract sound work that utilizes the tonal sound that connects with our root chakra. The piece is about resting, healing and reconnecting with the earth. Coincidentally, the color associated with the root chakra is red!"  CL

caroleloeffler.com