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Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Touch Sanitation Performance, 1977.
Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Touch Sanitation Performance, 1977.

Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Maintenance Art at The Queens Museum – Andrea Kirsh

Through examinations of women’s role in society and work/labor culture, Mierle Ukeles’ performances, three dimensional works, and writings have impacted our interpretations of urban life since the 1960’s. Andrea travels to Queens to review her first retrospective, organized to showcase five decades of groundbreaking work.

Clint Takeda + Scott Hewicker talk about psychedelia, music and art – Roberta

In an upcoming Artblog Radio podcast, Roberta sits down with Clint and Scott, two artist-musicians whose joint exhibition Wax and Wane is up now at Grizzly Grizzly. Hear them talk about memory, personal minutiae, and the changing nature of their friendship and their work.

A monthly check-in with the Philadelphia Art Commission – Dave Kyu

Dave Kyu, resident Artblog public art aficionado, will be running a monthly article highlighting the latest issues surrounding the city of Philadelphia’s public art mothership. He’s already written about developments like the dearth of public drinking fountains and LOVE Park’s iconic sculpture–stay tuned for more.

Fjörd re-opens with Porous Coverage at Crane Arts Center – Evan Paul Laudenslager

Venerable and locally adored art space Fjörd makes it’s comeback this month in a brand new location in the Crane Arts Building! The inaugural exhibition,Porous Coverage, features work by Wesley Chavis, Sarah Coote, J. Avery Theodore Daisey, Anthony Iacono and Rachel Klinghoffer. Let’s see how they use their new digs.

Profiling influential figurative sculptor and painter Lorrie Goulet – Flora Ward

Flora sits down with Lorrie Goulet in her Chelsea studio to discuss her wide-ranging career and practice, characterized by a lifelong dedication to exploring the representational possibilities of the female form. We’re looking forward to first-hand insights into Goulet’s artworks, writings and poetry from the artist herself.

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Anthony Iacono, clint takeda, fjord, grizzly grizzly, J. Avery Theodore Daisey, Lorrie Goulet, mierle laderman ukeles, philadelphia, philadelphia art commission, queens museum, Rachel Klinghoffer, Sarah Coote, Scott Hewicker, Wesley Chavis

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