Jake Foster is a visual artist and arts administrator. His artwork uses photography, drawing, and sculpture to reflect on queer spaces and aesthetics. Foster received a MFA in Studio Art at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2021, and a BA in Art at Rutgers University-Camden in 2017. He has had solo exhibitions at the Noyes Museum of Art and at The Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington, Delaware. He currently teaches at Stockton University and is the exhibitions coordinator at Rutgers University-Camden.
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William Way LGBT Community Center presents Selections from the Archives: Rami George
The truth about family photos
This look at the William Way archives from Rami George highlights the artist's knack for curating material objects, which take on a fresh, interactive meaning in this gallery. Jake Foster reviews.
Woodmere Art Museum presents JUST IN: Form + Space, Near + Far
An abstraction appetizer
A tight selection of abstract artists and works make an inviting but not necessarily cohesive show in Woodmere’s JUST IN: Form + Space, Near + Far. Jake Foster reviews.
Previewing a summer of LGBTQ+ Pride art exhibitions
Pride events happening in Philly in June through summer 2023
Jake Foster rounds up eight LGBTQ+ art exhibitions on view this Pride Month from the Clay Studio, Mural Arts, William Way LGBT Center, and more.