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Past Exhibitions

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Lindsey Lively: Detectable Change 2022 Exhibition
Lindsey Lively: Detectable Change
Jul. 15–Sep. 3, 2022
The themes of this exhibition revolve around memory and perception, roles within the nuclear family, gender roles and stereotypes, the relationship between abstraction and representation, and the psychological impact of paint handling
Fulcrum by Jeannine Dabb (Cropped Image)
Jeannine Dabb: Fulcrum
Jun. 2–Jul. 2, 2022
Between the pen and ink and the large-scale paintings themselves, this series featured work in response to Dabb's year as the Appell Arts Fellow.
Are you a boy or a girl? by Mary Sullivan
Engendered
Apr. 1–May 21, 2022
This exhibition features artists addressing gender identity in a variety of ways that include examining their own relationship to established gender norms and expectations, responding to the heteronormative male/female binary, and asserting Queerness as a fluid alternative to the idea of a stable gender identity.
Red baseball hat embroidered with the word
Stolen Goods
Jan. 6–Feb. 23, 2022
This exhibition explores “the big lie” behind the Stop the Steal movement, looking deeper into questions of who the country belongs to, who gets to protest, and what has been stolen from whom throughout American history.
Artists-in-Residence: Taring Padi
Taring Padi: Solidaritas tanpa Batas/Solidarity without Boundaries
Nov. 3–Dec. 15, 2021
The work of Taring Padi, an art collective in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, demonstrates the democracy of printmaking and collaboration, denouncing corruption, environmental exploitation, inequality and neo-imperialism while advocating for the poor and dispossessed.
Entang Wiharso: A Thousand Kilometers
Entang Wiharso:
A Thousand Kilometers
Sep. 3–Oct. 16, 2021
Entang Wiharso has a multidisciplinary practice and is widely regarded for his unique depictions of contemporary life that employ a dramatic visual language, creating artworks that exist in relation to the mythologies of a centuries-old animist past and the high-speed, hyper-connected lifestyle of the 21st century.
Colton Boyles: Emotionally Unstable
Colton Boyles: Emotionally Unstable
Jul. 16–Aug. 21, 2021
This exhibition represents the culminating experience of the Appell Arts Fellowship, an 11-month artist residency awarded to a recent graduate of York College's art program.
Andi Simpson: Load Bearing
Andi Simpson:
Load Bearing
Jun. 11–Jul. 10, 2021
Andi Simpson is an abstract painter/muralist based in York whose work often blends an ethereal sense of warmth and light with the chaos found in nature.
Contiguous 2 exhibition by Ophelia Chambliss
Ophelia Chambliss: Contiguous 2
Apr. 2–Jun. 26, 2021
The Social Networking, community engaging, boundary breaking, human centric project developed and produced by Ophelia M. Chambliss.
Leah Limpert Walt: Shadow, Mystic, Mushroom 2021
Leah Limpert Walt:
The Shadow, The Mystic, The Mushroom
May 7–Jun. 5, 2021
This exhibition is a surrealist introspection into the constant work of understanding and reconciling the baggage of the past.
Jeannine Dabb: Underneath It All Exhibition 2021
Jeannine Dabb: Underneath It All
Jan. 8–Feb. 20, 2021
This exhibition showcases recent YCP graduate Jeannine Dabb’s senior body of work. Informed by her career as an aesthetician, this series of paintings uses thick layers of paint, gold, and glitter to explore the complexity of her subjects and the urge to embellish and conceal.
Jessi Hardesty: Beyond the Veil
Jessi Hardesty:
Beyond the Veil
Oct. 30–Nov. 28, 2020
This exhibition features Baltimore-based artist Jessi Hardesty, an anxious mark maker who channels her need to liaise with the forgotten, the secret, and the macabre through the ritual labor of woodcut.
When the Bough Breaks
When the Bough Breaks
Oct. 24–Nov. 28, 2020
This exhibition, curated by Susanne Slavick, pairs work by contemporary artists with texts exploring how the reality or representation of trees can offer solace and space.
Through Our Lens: I Cant Breathe
Through Our Lens:
I Can't Breathe
By Washington Winnona Images
Sep. 4–Oct. 17, 2020
This exhibition captures the voices of those often unheard or misunderstood and the solidarity present at the recent Black Lives Matter event held at Continental Square in York, PA.
Amber Wiesberg: Appell Arts Fellow Exhibition 2020
Amber Wiesberg: Appell Fellowship Exhibition
Sep. 4–Oct. 17, 2020
This exhibition is a product of the culminating experience of the 2019-2020 Appell Arts Fellow, Amber Wiesberg '19.
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Marketview Arts
Marketview Arts
37 W. Philadelphia Street
York, PA 17401
Phone: 717.815.1909
marketviewarts@ycp.edu

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Tuesday | 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wednesday | 12–7 p.m.
Thursday | 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday–Saturday | 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
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