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Marc Newson, Ford 021C Concept Car, 1999.  Check the snub nose and square lines - way ahead of its time!

February – Cold outside but hot inside, a belated First Friday photo post

First Friday started early for Libby and me with a trip to the Perelman Building at the PMA with Collab board president Vesna Todorovicz Sacks, who showed us the Collab 2013 Design Excellence Award show of Australian designer Marc Newson. ┬áNot only is the work a delight — playful, colorful, sleek and clean, the design of the show itself is very cool. ┬áLike an exploded 3D version of a model home, the show features a garage with a Ford Concept Car, a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms and bath–a highly engaging little pad to dream yourself into. The Australian designer, ... More » »

Chad States and Gabriel Martinez at The Print Center

Gabe Martinez & Chad States at the Print Center, after 30 years of AIDS

Two men known for their art work about gay sex, spoke about the work and the sex at the Print Center Feb. 23. Now thirty years after AIDS became a public health issue, artists Gabriel Martinez and Chad States expressed their attitudes toward gay sexual practices in the age of AIDS and how those attitudes were expressed in their art. Print Center Curator John Caperton moderated. For all the differences between the two artists–Chad States is younger and is more carefree and open about his sexual practices. He read a story about his first anonymous sexual encounter as a teen, ... More » »

Bradley Peters, Untitled (Man on Ledge with Baby), 2009,

True Fiction–Photos always lie at PPAC

Even the documentary photos included in Philadelphia Photo Arts Center‘s show True Fiction tell lies of a sort.

Anna Neighbor, from her Hideout series, archival inkjet prints, 32 x 40 inches each

Taking Measures–secret lives at FLUXspace

The secrets we keep from ourselves, from each other, are the subject of a terrific show at FLUXspace. At a time when the national conversation is focused on the secrets of CIA torture memos from the last administration, this show seems to reverberate beyond its specific focus on the personal secrets we all hold.