- February 13 – 15 + February 19 – 20, 2014
- Opening Reception: Thursday, February 13th 6-9pm
- The Icebox
- Hours: 12-6pm
- Free & Open To The Public
Crane Arts is pleased to announce an exhibition of McCartney/Belknap Projects’ special event You Can Curate!, and its winning entry Fusain by LiLy Milroy.
In November of this past year, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and as a part of the Citywide exhibition, Exhibitions Directors Tim Belknap and Ryan McCartney ran an event called You Can Curate!, where museum goers were invited to arrange small pieces of wood within a scaled model of the Icebox Project Space. The entries were documented, and then juried by Philadelphia based artist Winifred Lutz, with the winning entry by LiLy Milroy taking over the Icebox as a full-scale installation. The exhibition will also include photographs of many of the other entries as well as the scale model and props from the public project.
LiLy Milroy is an artist and historian. She currently lives in Belmont Hills.
Winifred Lutz has created major site-integrated installations and permanent public works in the United States and Europe. Past venues for her installations have included the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, the Institute of Contemporary Art of the University of Pennsylvania, the Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati, and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Among her permanent public projects are the Garden for The Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh, the Memorial to the Pennsylvania Recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor in Harrisburg (with Stacy Levy), and Zones of Change for the Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA.