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It seems to me that Matt Mullican doesn’t present ultimate solutions to these questions, but he ostensibly reveals a structural nexus behind the visual world driven by an archive of signs and symbols.Read More
Take a guided walking tour of Philadelphia’s wonderful alternative galleries on the First Saturday of March! Artblog tour leaders will take you through the Chinatown North building that houses 9 alternative galleries on 4 floors, with a stop for food and beverage.Read More
Sad News of the passing of artist and “Do Blue” art activist, Randy Dalton, who suffered a fatal stroke at age 67. Read more here.Read More
The nature of Devil’s Pool is truly gorgeous, but what Kaufman’s eye dwells most lovingly on is the people, especially their gestures, the body language of those standing on the rocks, flying through the air, or hanging around in the water. She’s also good with faces.Read More
For the museum, this exhibit of Indian contemporary photography is a great complement to the PMA’s commitment to Indian art. For Philadelphians, the show is a great introduction to work that has not been widely exhibited here before.Read More