October 16, 2014
Robinson Fredenthal Exhibition
Disability in the News
An exhibition of the work of renowned sculptor, architecht and former resident of Inglis House, Robinson Fredenthal, will be on display at the Larry Becker Contemproary Art Gallery in Philadelphia from October 18th - November 29th, 2014. Click on this link for more information about the Fredenthal exhibition at the Larry Becker Gallery. (link will open in a new window)
During his 40-year artistic career, Robin explored three-dimensional geometry by stacking, cutting and rotating cubes. He was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where nearly 6,000 of his sculpture maquettes are housed in the University’s Architectural Archives. Robin also created large steel sculptures that can be seen across Philadelphia and in other cities. An avid proponent of Inglis art therapy, his work is a compelling reminder of the healing and inspirational power of the arts.
Robin was a resident at Inglis House from 2003-2009. Two of his sculptures sit in the Inglis front lobby, a gift to Inglis by Robin's mother and sister, Miriam Fredenthal and Ruth Ann Fredenthal.