Demetrius Oliver: Canicular is now available. Essays by John Caperton, Jensen Bryan Curator, The Print Center; Derrick Pitts, Chief Astronomer, Franklin Institute; and Michelle White, Curator, The Menil Collection. Designed by Jeff Ramsey Printed by Brilliant Graphics in Exton, PA
Take a virtual tour of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular led by Jensen Bryan Curator, John Caperton in this beautiful video made by Greenhouse Media.
Demetrius Oliver: Canicular was reviewed by Jennie Hirsh in the May 2014 issue of Art in America! We are thrilled to have this recognition for The Print Center and Demetrius Oliver. Click HERE to read the review.
Thanks to the folks over at Artblog Radio for putting together this fantastic interview with John Caperton about Demetrius Oliver: Canicular. Click HERE to listen or download the podcast!
Canicular could not have happened without the expertise and generosity of Derrick Pitts, Chief Astronomer at The Franklin Institute. Some of you may know that this show was originally scheduled for spring of 2013. Thankfully our curator John immediately scheduled a meeting with … Read More
It’s the final week of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular! Read the reviews and then get to The Print Center — Canicular closes March 22nd! Huffington Post by Daniel Gerwin WHYY by Peter Crimmins The Philadelphia Inquirer by Samantha Melamed Philadelphia Daily … Read More
At The Print Center, 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia 19103 Thursday, March 13, 5:30pm, FREE The Print Center will host an evening of readings by poets who experiment with language and science, curated by noted Philadelphia poet and author Jena Osman. … Read More
Through the planning of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular we have learned that timing is everything. From the timing of the setting sun and the rising of Sirius in the night sky, Canicular was developed around phenomena far outside human control. Sirius is best seen on … Read More
Join us Tuesday, January 28 at 5:30pm to hear Ian Berry speak on the early history of museums as a way to explore contemporary artists’ interdisciplinary interests in discovery and wonder, including the work of Demetrius Oliver. Oliver’s sculpture Orrery was the centerpiece of the … Read More
The journey to reach the opening of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular has been at times challenging but ultimately an exciting progress. In handing over not only the gallery walls to Oliver, but the entire interior and exterior of the building, The Print … Read More