Berlin: Landscape of Memory

Center for Emerging Visual Artists

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Free Exhibitions & Lectures

Nov 09, 1989 – The Fall of the Berlin Wall

Berlin: Landscape of Memory, a solo exhibition of photographs by James B. Abbott at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, is a challenging, in-depth exploration of an important moment in time and the resulting changes in landscape and Berlin neighborhoods 24 years later. James B. Abbott yields sentiments of hope, history, creativity, and compassion. Abbott’s photographs of Berlin at the time of the fall coupled with a reinvestigation in 2012 will create a multi-media presentation that will accompany a concert by the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center on Sunday, April 7th. Abbott will collaborate with Jorge Cousineau and the Chamber Orchestra to present a multi-sensory experience for the concert at the Kimmel Center.

Jim Abbott was featured in our PIFA video blog! (Youtube)

Artistic Credits

James B. Abbott - Photographer

March 21 - April 26

CFEVA Gallery
237 S. 18th St.
Phila, PA 19103
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March 21 - April 26, Monday - Friday from 11a-5p or by appointment;
Thursday, April 11, 5-7pm: Artist Talk & Reception
No Ticket Necessary