Take a virtual tour of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular led by Jensen Bryan Curator, John Caperton in this beautiful video made by Greenhouse Media.
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
Orrery, 2011 Demetrius Oliver has become known for creating elegant, improvisatory, site-specific installations using photography, sculpture and video to record the act of sidereal observation itself. His work draws heavily on a variety of disparate intellectual interests related to … Read More
The Print Center is delighted to have major project support for Demetrius Oliver: Canicular from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Their support is singular in so many ways – not the least of which is the generous amount which they … Read More
Messier, 2013 In January 2014, The Print Center will premiere Canicular: Demetrius Oliver, a major newly commissioned work by the artist. As the curator of the exhibition, I have had the pleasure of working with Oliver over the last three … Read More