Jane Irish’s work offers an archive of painterly traditions juxtaposed with horrific acts of violence driven by the moneyed class.
The Originality of Joanna Pousette-Dart
Pousette-Dart embraces the world without representing it.
An Artist’s Commentary on the Damages of Men
The most shocking thing about Sarah McCoubrey’s paintings is their startling and deeply unfashionable, unapologetic beauty.
Light Makes Things Real
Louise Belcourt’s work has a remarkable ability to make two-dimensional paintings feel three-dimensional.
What We Are Asked to See
We may choose to partake of the comfort that Sarah McEneaney’s scenes of domestic tranquility have to offer. Or we may choose to probe deeper.
3D-Rendered Visions of Dystopia, Inspired by the Housing Market Crash
PHILADELPHIA — Up the stairs on the second floor of Locks Gallery, you’ll find an exhibition of landscapes. These aren’t the boring, pastoral, plein air landscapes you’ll find for sale in droves up the street in Old City.
The Resistance of Jane Irish
Instead of filling the heavens with angels and Christian saints, Irish paints predominantly Rococo rooms in which the ceilings are populated with anti-war protestors, political figures such as Lyndon Johnson, and Vietnam War veterans.