Philadelphia, PA - On September 5th, Philadelphia's Ubuntu Fine Art photography gallery will open its doors. Located at 5423 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, Pa 19144, the gallery will showcase photographer, artist, and engineer Steven CW Taylor.
The gallery will include photographs of various people, landscapes, and animals from Taylor's ventures worldwide. Ubuntu Fine Art exists to fulfill a need for fine art to be displayed and appreciated. Choosing to open the gallery in Historic Germantown speaks to the value of art accessibility and the intrinsic value of the neighborhood, attempting to build upon a community of "historic firsts."
Ubuntu Fine Art is Striving to Educate & Inspire Germantown youth
The word "Ubuntu" is a South African term relating to the idea of shared humanity. Not only is it the name of the gallery, but Ubuntu is also the philosophy behind Taylor and of the gallery itself. The mission of Ubuntu Fine Art is to educate people about the investment of art and to showcase the beauty of various people and stories.
"I named the gallery Ubuntu Fine Art because it epitomizes the story of my life is told through my interactions with people and how the traded information has gotten me to the place I am now," says Steven CW Taylor.
The gallery will be open to the public and provide a luxury experience; art collectors are encouraged to view, purchase, and build connections. Admission to the gallery is free, and the pieces within are for purchase, ranging from $200 to $6,000. With an emphasis on youth and education, Ubuntu & Taylor hope that it creates a larger experience
Ubuntu Brings the First Fine Art Photography Gallery To Germantown and Philadelphia