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Posts in the Pipeline – Stories you won’t want to miss

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[artblog guides you through the great Philly art scene.  Our Picks, available by newsletter (subscribe here) curates a trustworthy list of shows and events each month.  But there's so much more! Posts in the Pipeline tells you what we've selected to feature this month. -- the artblog editor] Reviews and features this week Evan Laudenslager reviews the ... More » »

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The artblog Reader Advisor

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[Today on the artblog Reader Advisor: Video artists can still submit to the ICA's open call; iOS8 might involve a tricky getting-to-know-you process; an argument to rent instead of own (art, that is). -- the artblog editors] Last Call for Video Artists: Now’s Your Chance to Submit to the ICA’s Annual Open ... More » »

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Strange worlds collide in Matrix: Mathematics_Heart of Gold and the Abyss

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[Our U.K. correspondent, Katie, takes a trip to Seoul and reviews a show combining calculation and contemporary art. -- the artblog editors] To most people, mathematics is something of an unknown world. At worst, it can be intimidating; at best, filled with secrets that can’t be accessed without a significant amount of ... More » »

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Artists I’ve Shot

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[Jaime Alvarez’s photo post is part of an occasional series of images taken in artists’ studios when Jaime is shooting professional images of artworks. (Jaime is also a fine art photographer and member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid gallery.) The candy-colored object is a calibration tool to help the photographer calibrate the color ... More » »

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Unidentified Flying Objects, physical evidence and skepticism — Ben Furgal at Space 1026

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[Michael is beamed up into a collection of work inspired by the Air Force's questionnaire on UFOs, where time seems to pass more slowly. -- the artblog editors] This month, Space 1026 transforms into a green-tinted, black-light paradise that is an X-Files-lover’s dream. Ben Furgal’s Describe the Phenomenon presents evidential collages and paintings ... More » »

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Matthew Green at our interview, Jan. 20, 2014, at  CultureWorks.

Matthew Green on the lure of painting and the Meadowlands – on artblog radio

Matthew Green’s realist oil paintings depict the natural world punctuated by pieces of the built environment that intrude and insist on the ... More » »

Roberto Lugo and his wife, Ashley Lugo, during out interview last December at Crane Arts.

Roberto Lugo talks about family, humor and what fuels his ceramics – an artblog radio podcast

When we talked with Roberto Lugo last December he told us many provocative things, like how he grew up in a poor ... More » »