2013 Juried Exhibition

On Display: July 5th – 28th
Opening Reception:
Friday, July 5th 6-9pm



Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce our 9th Annual Juried Exhibition. This year’s exhibition was juried by Sarah Stolfa, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center. From over 225 entries, she has selected 30 photographers to exhibit in the Newspace gallery this month. Photographers from all over the country and the world enter the Newspace Juried Exhibition each year. The show is an opportunity to see compelling work from a broad range of national and international talent, drawn together by a juror with a fine-tuned eye for selecting great work.



Photography’s ability to transform a specific detail of the world into a form of poetics filled with allegory and metaphor is the beauty of the medium.  When a picture’s form and content create an image that invites us to look past it’s surface, ask more questions and evoke an unnamed emotion rather than attempt to answer some false idea of objective truth, that is when it’s an image worth stopping to look at.  It’s a challenge to the artist to make new pictures in a world where an estimated 1.3 billion images are created a day.  Cheers to these new pictures for giving us a reason to stop and look.

Sarah Stolfa
June 2013



Zachary Archer | Matthew Arnold | Michael Butler | Larry Clark | Sage Corson
Juan Fernandez | Eran Gilat |Larry Gloth | Satu Haavisto | Kathleen Hayes
Kristen Heldmann | Birte Kaufmann | Sarah-Marie Land | Amiko Li
Robbie McClaran | Jennifer McClure | Diane Meyer | Sarah Nesbitt
Blake Ogden | Duncan Oja | Stan Raucher |Georgina Reskala
Debora Schwedhelm | H. Jennings Sheffield | Kurt Simonson | Paul Sisson
Annick Sjobakken |Stacie Turner | Brett Walker | Robert Walters


Sarah Stolfa is a working fine-art photographer and educator with over eight years of experience in photography, education, curatorial work and digital lab creation and management. She has an MFA in Photography from Yale University School of Art.  In addition to teaching at PPAC, Stolfa has taught at the Yale University Art Gallery, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the University of Delaware and Drexel University.  She currently teaches at the University of Pennsylvania.