Posts Tagged ‘art exhibition’

New Exhibition Gives Movement To The Philadelphia School

New Exhibition Gives Movement To The Philadelphia School

March 17, 2017  |  Buzz

Two fans of Modernism re-evaluate architectural history with the exhibition, "What Was the Philadelphia School?" > more

PhillyRow Project Colors The Row House With Love

PhillyRow Project Colors The Row House With Love

October 7, 2016  |  Vantage

The PhillyRow project brings pride and connection to neighborhood row house design with a coloring book for kids and an interpretive research exhibition. Tyler Horst has the story > more

<em>A Million Faces</em> Celebrates The Photography Of John Mosley

A Million Faces Celebrates The Photography Of John Mosley

September 30, 2016  |  Vantage

Philadelphia photojournalist John Mosley captured positive, empowering images of African American culture in the years between segregation and the Civil Rights Movement. A retrospective honoring his work is now on view at the Woodmere Museum in Chestnut Hill. Michael Bixler has the review. > more

Rare Views And Vivid History Of Independence Hall At The Athenaeum

Rare Views And Vivid History Of Independence Hall At The Athenaeum

June 30, 2016  |  Buzz

The history of Independence Hall is told through an exhibition of visual architectural archives from the collection of the Athenaeum of Philadelphia > more

Artist Explores Pattern Of Synagogue Reuse For African American Churches

Artist Explores Pattern Of Synagogue Reuse For African American Churches

January 29, 2016  |  Vantage

Artist Zoe Cohen explores the loss of sacred places and the incidental conservation of neighborhood synagogues by African American church congregations in her multimedia series, Shul / Church Project. An exhibition of her work opens at the Abington Arts Center on February 5th > more