Lev Feigin is a Philadelphia writer, flâneur, and, occasionally, photographer. Born in St. Petersburg, Russia (née Leningrad), he received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the CUNY Graduate Center. He writes about the visual arts, books and photography.
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Cerulean Arts Gallery presents ‘New Radicals’
From bottles to the basilica
The new group show at Cerulean is a rewarding roundup of Philly painters, from established artists to new talents to watch. Lev Feigin reviews.
'Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City,' by Joseph E.B. Elliot, Nathaniel Popkin, and Peter Woodall
The city you don't see
'Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City' peers behind the locked doors and under the streets of our city's history. Lev Feigen reviews.
Gross McCleaf Gallery presents Ying Li's 'Sojourn'
Gross McCleaf Gallery's exhibition of artist Ying Li's new work shows her progress from the social realism of the Chinese Cultural Revolution to pure abstraction. Lev Feigen reviews.