Calendar gives you a glimpse into exciting exhibitions and events happening around the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond.
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David Antonio Cruz | When the Children Come Home
"When the Children Come Home" is an artistic milestone and homecoming for painter and performance artist David Antonio Cruz. Alongside the monumental portraits for which Cruz is best known, the show features recent work that references deeply and personally meaningful sites in Philadelphia.
Jay Simple: Where The Young Bols Rumble
This exhibition, "Jay Simple: Where The Young Bols Rumble," is a shifting through time, space, ourselves, the fantasy, and the “real.” It is the alchemy of old; it is a spell to grant us, for a second, a space to reflect on the cosmic slop that is the American Dream (and Nightmare).
Something Big, Something Small
"Something Big, Something Small," the new exhibition at Bridgette Mayer Gallery, features artwork by ten artists who were asked to consider scale and shifting scale in their work and create or illustrate the concept of a shift in scale – whether large or small, conceptual, literal or ambiguous.
Layers of Authenticity
In "Layers of Authenticity," five artists create work by altering imagery pulled from print, the internet, and their own photography. Utilizing unique processes of production, they reveal authentic and insightful statements about our current political and social landscape and the ambiguousness and misconceptions of historical events, places, and people.
Through the Mind’s Eye
Discover the intersection of art, science, and the human psyche at Chimaera’s latest exhibition "Through the Mind’s Eye", featuring the works of seven artists working in various mediums to explore the realm of psychedelics and their emerging role in promoting mental health and wellness.
Portraits of Philadelphia: Photographs by Joseph V. Labolito and Jim MacMillan, 1981-2023
This year's fall exhibit in Charles Library's exhibition space explores the images of two photographers, Joseph V. Labolito and Jim MacMillan, as they traveled around Philadelphia, photographing unique human experiences and fleeting moments in the city.