Manal Abu-Shaheen records a city in the midst of being overtaken by billboards but still, for now, showing its history.
It’s Nothing Close to Fantasy: Brandi Twilley’s Imaginary Friend
Brandi Twilley, who was eight years old when Pretty Woman was released, creates an atmosphere in which the real world becomes the phantom, while the fantasy strives to become real.
Sexual and Playful Inflatable Bodies
PHILADELPHIA — Nancy Davidson’s sculptures have a bombastic quality, like an overbearing, gaudily dressed aunt who has just arrived late to a family gathering.
Dissections of Desire: Jonathan Lyndon Chase’s ‘Rosebud’
Chase, who is black and queer, shows the power of his subjects by exposing just how vulnerable they are.
Crocheting a Queer Vision of Art History
PHILADELPHIA — Just as you’re rounding the corner, lamenting the fact that you must, in fact, climb another set of stairs, a smiling face greets you.