The Delaware Contemporary presents Through a Glass, Darkly
Stop taking glass for granted
This wandering, wide-ranging exhibition at the Delaware Contemporary is a rare extravaganza of diverse works all in one medium: glass. Gail Obenreder reviews.
TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image presents If We Never Get Better
New attitudes through art
TILT mounts its largest exhibition of the last two years with If We Never Get Better, a group show of queer and/or trans artists of color who focus on healthcare, collective grief, disability, and healing. Gary Day reviews.
Reviews 3 minute read
The Barnes Foundation’s Modigliani Up Close will feature newly examined paintings
Expanding the Modigliani canon?
A new Barnes exhibition detailing the latest scholarship and technology in the world of Modigliani has a big surprise: four previously unverified paintings will be on the walls. Emily Schilling looks closer.
Features 10 minute read
Da Vinci Art Alliance presents Reimagining Monoliths
Picturing Philly’s educational and social landscape
Philadelphia native Mike Smaczylo wants to build a different future for education and the city's residents. Christina Anthony profiles.
Profiles 2 minute read
Woodmere Art Museum presents The Photo Review Best of Show
The magic of accidents
A juried selection of photographs from under-represented artists at Woodmere Art Museum champions the creativity of older, more mercurial art forms. Pamela J. Forsythe reviews.
The Delaware Art Museum presents In Conversation: Will Wilson
A new Indigenous archive
An important new exhibition of portraits by Diné photographer Will Wilson at the Delaware Art Museum is both strongly historic and strikingly contemporary. Gail Obenreder reviews.
Delaware Art Museum presents Indigenous Faces of Wilmington
Many faces, many stories
Indigenous Faces of Wilmington at Delaware Art Museum focuses on representation and explores varied expressions of Indigenous identity. Dara McBride previews.
Previews 3 minute read
Jayson Musson: His History of Art and the Philadelphia Wireman are worth exploring together
Art history as human history
Jayson Musson launches His History of Art at the Fabric Workshop and Museum while the anonymous Philadelphia Wireman’s work appears at Fleisher/Ollman Gallery. Emily Brewton Schilling suggests visiting both.
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Winterthur Museum presents From Winterthur to the White House: Jacqueline Kennedy and Henry Francis du Pont
How the White House became an American museum
A new Winterthur exhibition revives the historic collaboration that turned the White House into the museum it is today, thanks to the vision of Jacqueline Kennedy and Henry Francis du Pont. Gail Obenreder reviews.
The Delaware Art Museum presents Stan Smokler: Steel in Flux
A galvanizing show
Sculptor Stan Smokler, who has worked in Chester County for more than 20 years, comes to the Delaware Art Museum with Steel in Flux, whose found-object abstractions are almost impossible not to touch. Gail Obenreder reviews.
Reviews 3 minute read