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Lisa Kereszi, Girls Show World Center, TimesmSquare, NYC.
2000. Chromogenic Print, 40 x 30 inches. Edition 1/5.

News – Apocalypse art, Erica Minutella’s Hackathon project, Lisa Kereszi in ATL, Damian Moppett’s hometown show, opportunities and more!

News Here’s a conundrum: if the world ends, you won’t get to see any of the apocalyptic-themed art around town, but if it doesn’t end, the apocalyptic-themed art will be robbed of context, at least unless we can put it all in a time capsule for the next time someone puts forth another end date for the universe as we know it. How to reconcile this? I can’t give you an answer, but I can tell you that the shows at Arch Enemy and PhilaMOCA deliver the eschatological goods. Arch Enemy’s show, “The Day and the Hour Unknown” features the ... More » »

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News – Rosenbach and Stephen Colbert, Steve Powers in Chelsea, OWS, new ICA Director and tons of opportunities!

News Stephen Colbert’s taken the leap into the world of children’s books, with his latest, I am a Pole (And So Can You!) a natural choice for introducing young ones to his humor. He’s donated working materials from this book to the Rosenbach Museum, covered in a segment on The Colbert Show. On behalf of Philly and its kids – thanks, Stephen! Woody Allen’s Paris is coming to Rittenhouse for a night, courtesy of the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation. The GPTMC is having a free screening of “Midnight in Paris”  on Saturday, August 11 at 8:30 p.m. The pre-movie program begins at 8:00 p.m. The ... More » »

Justin Matherly, "New Beaches."

News post – Eraserhead at PhilaMOCA, Shanker and Belknap at Airplane, Art for the Cash Poor and more!

News Perhaps woodworking and American leadership have more in common than we knew? Former Philadelphia mayor and Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell is having a book signing at the Center for Art in Wood today from 5:30 to 8.  A Nation of Wusses: How America’s Leaders Lost the Guts to Make Us Great hits stands on June 4, 2012. More information at the Center for Art in Wood site.  Ever want to meet the face behind philly artblog?  Laura Adams, our intrepid sponsorship coordinator and able right hand, is having her first solo show of small oil paintings at Artists House, beginning with an opening ... More » »