Philly Fringe 2023: Susan Marshall and Mimi Lien present Rhythm Bath
A sensory delight
An inclusive dance installation presented in partnership with Temple’s Institute on Disabilities offers interdisciplinary delights at Christ Church Neighborhood House in this year’s Fringe. Eileen B. Fisher reviews.
Previewing a summer of LGBTQ+ Pride art exhibitions
Pride events happening in Philly in June through summer 2023
Jake Foster rounds up eight LGBTQ+ art exhibitions on view this Pride Month from the Clay Studio, Mural Arts, William Way LGBT Center, and more.
Fabric Workshop and Museum presents Henry Taylor: Nothing Change, Nothing Strange
A repurposed sea
Acclaimed artist Henry Taylor’s recent stint at FWM puts us adrift in a sea of new meanings, thanks to a partnership with the reuse experts at Recycled Artist in Residency. Pamela J. Forsythe reviews.
Pennsbury Manor presents Nathan Young’s nkwiluntàmën
Sounds of the Delaware
A new sound installation by Oklahoma-based interdisciplinary artist and Delaware Tribe of Indians member Nathan Young comes to Pennsbury Manor with a disappointing execution. Aaron Pond reviews.
ICA Philadelphia presents Carolyn Lazard’s Long Take
Somatic and spiritual
Carolyn Lazard examines accessibility, care, and interdependence, with an interdisciplinary installation at ICA that de-emphasizes sight in favor of many other senses. Hanae Mason reviews.
UArts’s Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery presents Alex Da Corte’s The Street
An enigmatic trip
Expect the unexpected at a colorful and challenging new solo exhibition from internationally known interdisciplinary artist Alex Da Corte, a Camden native and UArts grad. Emily B. Schilling reviews.
The Institute of Contemporary Art presents Sissel Tolaas: RE_____
Follow your nose
An enigmatic exhibition at Penn’s ICA showcases an ever-present but often underappreciated perception: our sense of smell. Pamela J. Forsythe reviews.
Art Alliance at UArts presents New Typologies
Our convulsive moment
This interdisciplinary mosaic of work by David Hartt, James Hoff, and Kahlil Robert Irving challenges, interrogates, and transforms visitors at the Art Alliance galleries at UArts. Pamela J. Forsythe reviews.
Science and Survival at the Science History Institute
Preserving more than just pioneering science
The outdoor exhibition from the Science History Institute presents the story of Georg and Max Bredig, their scientific accomplishments, and their escape from Nazi Germany. Gary Day previews.
Philadelphia Contemporary and Nicole Pollard present Supine Horizons
The rest of our dreams
With the immersive Supine Horizons, nestled in a Germantown storefront, curator Nicole Pollard and multimedia artist Gralin Hughes Jr. prove that rest is not a luxury. Kyle V. Hiller reviews.