In Pentimenti's new show, six emerging artists find beauty in today's current issues: the environment, technology and politics.
Edouard Manet travelled to Venice three times in his short lifetime. This unique exhibition shows how Italian Renaissance artists influenced a father of modern art.
The Woodmere Art Museum's annual juried exhibition is a breath of fresh 21st-Century artistic air, even if it lacks the revolutionary audacity of the 1913 New York Armory show.
Philadelphia's art galleries, like spring bulbs and cherry trees, have suddenly burst into bloom. Here are three current exhibitions worth a visit.
Cosmetic sponges, cheesecloth, linen panels, rag board, you name it: It's not the product but the process that matters most to the nine artists on view at the Crane Arts Center. Their show is the next best thing to participating in the creation of a work of art.
What's new and exciting in Philadelphia this year isn't exactly new: It's a huge Roman mosaic, probably commissioned by a wealthy entrepreneur almost 2,000 years ago to decorate the floor of his house in the eastern part of the Roman Empire, now Israel.
Defying conventional odds, two very different artists, when placed together, enhance each other's work and create an environment that you hate to leave.
Stephen Estock's abstract paintings seem serene at first, but look again. Their complexity lies in all the layers of paint that create the final impression.
By collecting exclusively works by women and donating them to Pennsylvania Academy, Linda Lee Alter has raised the profile of many fine but previously overlooked artists. She's also raised some questions about the wisdom of ghettoizing talented women.
Five pioneers of Modern Art who once hung out together in the '50s have been posthumously reunited in an ingenious and exciting show at the Art Museum. Rarely has their collective assault on conventional culture been captured with such clarity.