Author Archives: Edith Newhall

Installation view of "Sectional Planes and Driftloaves: Michelle Segre," 2016, showing, from left, Untitled (Red Triangle), 2016, and Porous, Porous, 2014. STUDIO LHOOQ

Michelle Segre at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia

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Pati Hill, Understanding Your Chinese Scarf, 1983, 15 black-and-white copier prints with original mats, 48 x 98 inches, total. COURTESY ESTATE OF PATI HILL

Pati Hill at Arcadia University Art Gallery

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Doris Salcedo, Plegaria Muda (detail), 2008–10, wood, concrete, earth, and grass, dimensions variable. JASON MANDELLA, REPRODUCED COURTESY WHITE CUBE/INSTALLATION VIEW: MUAC, MEXICO CITY, 2011/INHOTIM COLLECTION, BRAZIL

Doris Salcedo at Guggenheim Museum

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Allora & Calzadilla, The Great Silence, 2014, three-channel HD video installation, 16 minutes, 22 seconds. Fabric Workshop and Museum. CARLOS AVENDAÑO/COURTESY THE ARTISTS, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE FABRIC WORKSHOP AND MUSEUM, PHILADELPHIA

Allora & Calzadilla at Philadelphia Museum of Art & Fabric Workshop and Museum

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David Lynch, He Has His Tools and Chemicals, 2013. COLLECTION OF FRANK AND BERTA GEHRY

David Lynch’s Dark Days

The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts brings together Lynch’s early and recent works, beginning September 13 Read More

Tim Portlock, Sunrise-the extended constructivists re-render, 2013, archival pigment print.

‘Ruffneck Constructivists’ at Institute of Contemporary Art

Philadelphia Read More


‘Yinka Shonibare: MBE Magic Ladders’ at Barnes Foundation

Philadelphia Read More

Looking at Art
Esther Hamerman, Polish Village, ca. 1950s.

All in the Family

An exhibition pairs artworks by New York painter Nicole Eisenman and her great-grandmother, Esther Hamerman, a Polish-born folk artist Read More

Looking at Art
Piper Brett's steel sculpture Big Bow, 2009.  MATT HOLLERBUSH

Pop Goes Minimalism

From gift bows to gold chains, Piper Brett’s blown-up sculptures are elegant and over the top. Read More