The artist’s show at the Fabric Museum and Workshop in Philadelphia features works that investigate the racist history of tartan plaid.
Artist Jayson Musson guides a potty-mouthed, weed-obsessed bunny named Ollie through his version of art history.
Eight contributing writers explore themes of kinship, nostalgia, and intimacy in a new catalogue that reveals the process behind Chase’s first solo show at The Fabric Workshop and Museum.
When experienced as a portrait of the artist’s psyche alone, Upstairs at Steve’s is a piercing representation of individual grief.
As statewide cultural grants are rescinded, Mayor Jim Kenny introduces a 2021 budget proposal that totally eliminates the city’s $4.4 million allowance for the arts.
Contemporary artist Sonya Clark asks, “Who said monuments have to be steel?”
Poorly Watched Girls is Suzanne Bocanegra’s largest exhibition to date and the culmination of her collaboration with the Fabric Workshop and Museum.
On display are notes, sketches, tests, and models from over one hundred boxes, including those of such celebrated artists as Laurie Anderson, Chris Burden, Cai Guo-Qiang, and Kara Walker.
PHILADELPHIA — Started around 1907, Municipal Pier 9 was built as part of a comprehensive plan to upgrade the Delaware River as a shipping channel.
Ann Hamilton’s latest large-scale installation transforms Philadelphia’s Municipal Pier 9 through Monday October 10 and three floors of The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) through early January.
PHILADELPHIA — Ally, an exhibition at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, is a collaboration between artist Janine Antoni, choreographer Stephen Petronio, and movement artist and activist Anna Halprin.