Visual Arts

Poets and Painters

This group exhibition showcases four couples all sharing and interesting dynamic: one person is a painter, one person is a poet.

Soul Inspiration

Soul Inspiration is a visual art exhibition to honor six African American figures who inspired a generation of human and civil rights workers in Philadelphia, and the nation: William Still, James Forten, Richard Allen, Cecil B. Moore, Rev. Leon Sullivan and Paul L Robeson

Visions of The End: Nikolay Milushev and Eric Toscano

Visions of The End is a two-person exhibition of artwork about the End of the World. Nikolay Milushev and Eric Toscano are each responding to deep-seated cultural anxiety about nuclear war, environmental devastation, and the current political climate.

Tower Viewer Paintings by Scott Schultheis

InLiquid presents Tower Viewer, paintings by Scott Schultheis. Each of the works in Tower Viewer begins with a dream of an interaction between a body and a place in a state of unrest.

Portraits and Abstraction

Painter Mary DeWitt’s portraits and videos shed light on the experiences of women serving life sentences in prison. See pieces from this ongoing series, as well as abstract works from a new series, in our gallery.

Get Out the Vote

AIGA Philadelphia is honored to host “Get Out The Vote” during the Democratic National Convention.

“The Avenues” Closing Reception

February 5, 2016 | 5pm to 9pm Ursula Rucker performance at 7pm Entry Free For the closing of Shawn Theodore’s exhibition “The Avenues” we proudly …

John Turner – Larger Works

John Turner Larger Works January 11 – February 26, 2016 First Friday reception: February 5, 5 – 7 pm InLiquid presents Larger Works, a solo …

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