Philip Von Zweck: Kick The Habit Man
Kick The Habit Man is an outdoor installation opening at boundary on Saturday, September 29 in conjunction with the Beverly Art Walk
Philip von Zweck is a multi disciplinary artist and occasional curator. Solo exhibitions and projects have been presented at Pilot Projects, Philadelphia; 65GRAND, Chicago; INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, New York; PERFORMA11, New York; NADA, Hudson, NY; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Gallery 400, Chicago among others. His project Temporary Allegiance is permanently installed and facilitated by the Knockdown Center, in Queens. Curatorial projects include "A Beige looking blob that resembles nightmares" Selena Gallery, Brooklyn, "Being There" (with Meg Duguid), Adds Donna, Chicago; "A Unicorn Basking in the Light of Three Glowing Suns" DeVos Museum, Marquette, Michigan and "Can Bigfoot Get you a Beer" Alagon Gallery, Chicago; (both with Anthony Elms) and "Landscape/Portrait/Stillife" Hungryman Gallery, Chicago. He ran the apartment gallery VONZWECK, the office exhibition space D Gallery, the weekly sound art radio program Something Else (WLUW) and co-founded the radio art collective Blind Spot (WLUW). He lives in Beverly and is represented by 65GRAND.