Less convincing, however, is the demand for the “guillotining” of the name “Napoleon”
While gaining a more intimate knowledge of the work it is difficult to separate oneself from the surface.
Changing the Napoleon name won’t solve all the Philadelphia art world’s racial issues but it’s an important first step.
The pivotal, momentary shift from consuming to subsuming.
In Session is a round table discussion about art schools, labor and the economy.
The Artblog and The St.Claire present a night of music and discussion focusing on select exhibitions in the Philadelphia area.
Not everyone needs to watch television, but the assumption that it lacks virtue is arrogantly misled and incorrect. Not to mention, what about the right to pleasure?
A whole crew sits down to discuss the sights and happenings of the September First-Friday.
Behold, an exceptional device for submerging the viewers into the mindset of participation.
Using the ‘Form Review’ as a starting point, Kalasky and Aldouri lead a committed group of investigators into the role of art criticism in Philadelphia addressing questions of function, purpose, and audience.