Jeremy Tenenbaum is the Director of Marketing and Graphics at VSBA Architects in Philadelphia.
Jeremy Tenenbaum has been with VSBA since 2000. In addition to contributing to the firm’s marketing and public relations, Jeremy has led and contributed to numerous graphic and exhibition projects for museum, academic, and institutional clients.
Jeremy Tenenbaum’s work includes a series of projects for the Cumberland County Cultural and Heritage Commission, including innovative interpretive installation for the Bayshore Center in Bivalve, NJ; an interpretive signage system for the West Jersey Time Traveler initiative, spanning fifteen historic sites; and a large-scale graphic installation at Cumberland Mall.
His work also includes a permanent mixed-media digital storefront for the Fabric Workshop and Museum (after designing two temporary storefronts), a three-story main façade mural for the California NanoSystems Institute at the University of California, Santa Barbara; exterior mural and lobby graphics for the Museum Place Post Office in Fort Worth, TX; a design for interpretive and building identification signage at the Millville Army Air Field Museum; an exhibition at the University of Pennsylvania’s Architectural Archives; a graphic library entrance at Philadelphia’s Charter High School for Architecture and Design; three Canstruction builds supporting Philabundance; the inaugural exhibition for new display cases at Philadelphia International Airport; an urban Parking Day installation; and graphics for publications, articles, posters, videos, advertisements, and other print and web productions.
Jeremy Tenenbaum has also contributed to projects for the South Philadelphia Community Health and Literacy Center, Storm King Art Center, the Allentown Art Museum’s expansion and renovation, Wellesley College’s consolidated program planning, and the rehabilitation of Guild House, among many other projects.
For over a decade, Jeremy designed large-scale storefront window exhibitions for VSBA’s office in Philadelphia, often collaborating with outside institutions and artists such as the Philadelphia Association for Public Art, the Fairmount Park Art Association, the Children’s Aid Society, Philadelphia’s Charter High School for Architecture and Design, and fashion designer Nicole Miller. VSBA’s storefront windows won a 2010 Jury Award from the Society for Environmental Graphic Design.
Jeremy designed VSBA’s website and maintains its tech systems. Jeremy also works independently with commercial and institutional clients to craft signage, advertisements, branding, and websites. As a visual artist, Jeremy has exhibited photography, poster design, and illustrative work in many galleries and public venues.
Jeremy Tenenbaum earned hos Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Liberal Arts and English from Villanova University.
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