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Jennifer Bartlett

It is challenging to choose terms to describe the works in Jennifer Bartlett’s recent show at Locks, titled “Hospital.” We are told in press material that the show’s 10 oil paintings, all 54 inches sq…

Yeesookyung

This exhibition by Korean artist Yeesookyung (b. 1963) was her first solo in North America in nearly 20 years. It overlapped with the Philadelphia Museum of Art's "Treasures from Korea," a wide-rangin…

Sarah McCoubrey

"Fate and Transport" was the apt title of Sarah McCoubrey's recent exhibition at Locks. The 25 paintings, mixed-medium digital prints and drawings on view (all 2012) reflect the state and possible f…

Neysa Grassi

“Neysa Grassi Rose Gatherer 2001-2011” presented the better part of a decade’s worth of labor-intensive oil paintings by this Philadelphia-based artist educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine…

Ann Agee

Three enormous, perspectivally skewed paintings of brightly colored rooms; handcrafted platters and bowls mounted on steel armatures to create a trio of wall reliefs; a table loaded with eye-catchin…

Eileen Neff

Eileen Neff’s latest exhibition of new photography, “Things counter, original, spare,” featured eight C-prints, ranging from 30 to 80 inches on a side, and a ninth work that is discreet but unmiss-abl…

Rob Wynne

Rob Wynne is not afraid of beauty and its seductive shimmer, albeit beauty of a somewhat tongue-in-cheek sort, spiked with a shot of self-awareness.

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