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Dalet Gallery

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Rushweb
Rush Archival Pigment Print 14"x20"
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Untitled Paper Towel, Wax 17"x17"
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Sintanjin #66 Archival Pigment Print
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Samurai Wood Fired Stoneware
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Made in Cuba Silver Gelatin Print
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Surprise Flowers, 2010 Oil on Canvas 60"x48"
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Balance #3 Woodcut, Dry Point and China Colle on Japanese Paper 27" X 40"
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Zero Point Field 3 Acrylic on Canvas
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Self-Portrait Oil on Canvas 12"x24"
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Collage #18 Mixed Media and Painting on Wood
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Turning #3 Bee Wax, Synthetic Hair, Ware © Larry Fink
20110105122130-boxednudes
Boxed Nudes Archival Pigment Print
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Kimono Digital Metal Print
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Letter Oil on Canvas
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Rusty Puckerness Digital Metal Print
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Dalet Gallery
141 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Irena Gobernik, director
Open hours
Wed - Sat 11am - 6pm, Sun & Mon by appointment.
Phone
215-923-2424
Other phone
609-9418084
Gallery type
Contemporary
Cost
Free
DESCRIPTION

Dalet Gallery strives to contribute to contemporary dialog in a multi-faceted and playful way that emphasizes and explores channels of communication between artists and viewers. Our focus spreads across mediums, from painting, sculpture, and photography, to interactive and installation work. What interests us is the exploration of contemporary questions through a personal, originally presented narrative.

Our gallery program will include special events, such as performances, speakers, and workshops.


DALET is a 4th letter of Hebrew Alphabet in which every letter has it's meaning. Dalet means door, the entrance way to truth. It also stands for poor man and for lifting up - elevation. Why we’ve chosen DALET as the name of the gallery: we associate an artist with a poor man, a soul that is lifting up to enter the divine door; the gallery is four walls that give to the artist possibility to share his over-helming experience.