Press

2014:
PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER, “Ferris Bueller’s Strip-Off:John Hughes Burlesque @ PhilaMOCA,” February 2014

INDIEWIRE, “Watch: Trailer For Lance Bangs’ Slint Documentary ‘Breadcrumb Trail’,” February 2014

PHILLY.COM, “Chillin’ Wit’ … Eric Bresler, art-space director,” Februrary 2014

JUMP MAGAZINE, “The Pizza Underground @ PhilaMOCA.,” January 2014

2013:
WXPN’S THE KEY, “Watch PhilaMOCA’s new variety show of weirdness, Mausoleum Party,” December 2013

GEEKADELPHIA, “Q&A With Ben Leach of PhilaMOCA’s Jibbart Jabbart: A Mr. T-Themed Experience,” December 2013

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, “One-time tombstone showroom now regular haunt for creepy-film buffs,” October 2013

TWITCH FILM, “Halloween Comes To Philadelphia Early For The 2013 Tele-Terror Fest!,” October 2013

THE DELI, “Photo Recap: Mausoleum Party at PhilaMOCA,” September 2013

FANGORIA MAGAZINE, “Horror shorts (inc. Buttgereit’s latest), Tele-Terror and more in Philadelphia!,” August 2013

METRO, “PhilaMOCA is showing obscure Japanese films never before released in the U.S.,” August 2013

PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE, “Best of Philly 2013: Performance Venue,” July 2013

KNIGHT ARTS, “Video Pirates “Video Party” at PhilaMOCA,” July 2013

DREXEL CULTURAL PASSPORT, “Tune-Out and Tune In!,” May 2013

THE VINYL DISTRICT, “TVD Recommends: Hurry and Literature at the Tuesday Tune Out series at PhilaMOCA, 5/7,” May 2013

2012:
THE TEMPLE NEWS, “Institute Bar and PhilaMOCA host family-friendly art and music party,” September 2012

Eraserhood Forever 2012

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, “An Eerie Undertaking,” July 2012

PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, “David Lynch exhibit, ‘Eraserhead Forever,’ Rodin Museum reopening,” July 2012

METRO, “Welcome to Eraserhood,” July 2012

PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY, “There Goes the Eraserhood: Why Local Artists Are Hoping to Preserve the Callowhill District’s Gritty Past,” July 2012

PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER, “Mausoleum Horror Convention,” June 2012

PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER, “The Wild One,” June 2012

GEEKADELPHIA, “Horror Art Show and Convention Comes to PhilaMOCA!,” June 2012

PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER, “Checklist,” May 2012

2011:
PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY, “Best Multipurpose Art Gallery With the Coolest Themed Art Shows,” October 2011

PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY, “Exhibit Honors the Late Mitch Hedberg’s Comic Brilliance,” September 2011

PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY, “Two Artists Investigate the Material World in “Consumerscapes”,” June 2011

2010:
PHILEBRITY, “PhilaMOCA’s Second Gallery Opening: Technicolor Pop Noir,” November 2010

PHILEBRITY, “Mad Decent No More: Philadelphia Mausoleum Of Contemporary of Art Moves In,” October 2010

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