August 28, 2017
Diane Lange, owner of Moonlight Tattoo in Ocean View, N.J., has been tattooing for 35 years. Lately, she says she’s been contacted by people with a kind of “maybe we shouldn’t be talking about this on the phone” edge in their voices.
June 2, 2017
If someone demanded you name a song that means something to you, which would it be, and why?
May 5, 2017
Tim McFarlane and Miguel Rodriguez are nothing if not a pair of “keep on keepin’ on” types -- while speaking on the phone with Philly Voice , both artists express a nose-meet-grindstone sensibility about their work.
April 7, 2017
Approaching its 40th year, the Wind Challenge Exhibition Series showcases the works of Philly artists in three exhibitions annually, September through May; each exhibition features three artists.
March 3, 2017
One of Brecher’s sculptures in this exhibition is reminiscent of a sphere of titanium piercing through a wisp of smoke, or a silken sheet enveloping a ball bearing -- the heavy and aggressive counteracting the light and elegant is a subtly striking image, rendered gracefully in clay.
February 2, 2017
Jaishri Abichandani, founder and curator of the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective, makes a simple statement about the message behind this exhibition.
January 6, 2017
Have you read that New Yorker piece by Eric Schlosser, “World War Three, By Mistake”?
November 2, 2016
There’s a phrase in the curators’ statement about this show that really sticks with the reader: At the Nov. 20 artists’ reception, attendees will
participate in the #RedSandProject, started by New York City artist Molly Gochman, by pouring dyed sand into the
cracks in the sidewalk “symbolizing how people fall through the cracks in society.” Among them: victims of human trafficking,
many whom are right here in Philadelphia
October 5, 2016
The way Philly artist Lucia Thome describes her summer, well, you’ve been there.