Visual Arts

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 …

Dust + Dignity

This gallery exhibit will feature an audio tour and over 100 vinyl albums covers, hand-selected by five of Philadelphia’s most prominent DJ-Vinyl Collectors: Cosmo Baker, King Britt, Rich Medina, Skeme Richards, and DJ Junior.

Body Language

Body Language Nov. 6 – December 19 Opening reception: Friday, November 6 | 5-7pm featuring: Laurie Beck Peterson Lauren Findlay Lauren Rinaldi Ali Thompson InLiquid …

Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series Exhibit

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday | 12pm – 6pm Reception: November 6 | 6pm – 8:30pm | RSVP Required: artisanseriesevents.com The BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series is …

Shawn Theodore – “The Avenues”

Shawn’s photography is a personal reinterpretation of African American existential philosophy (his moniker ‘xST’ which is said as ‘exist’ references this) and serves as a source of affirming, empowering images of everyday Black people to challenge preconceived stereotypes in popular culture.

Looking for Stillness

InLiquid presents Looking for Stillness, a solo show featuring the work of Eli Smith.

Planting a Forest

The Painted Bride Art Center has collected tree memories from throughout Philadelphia for a gallery exhibition this September.

THE ART OF RESISTANCE

As part of the US Social Forum 2015, The Art of Resistance exhibition is a platform to bring awareness to issues affecting native people by showcasing empowering Indigenous art from across the country.

musicWitness®: The Art of Jeff Schlanger

This exhibition will feature works depicting many of the jazz avant-garde’s luminaries, including Wadada Leo Smith, Joe McPhee, Milford Graves, Bill Dixon, Cecil Taylor, and Julius Hemphill.

The Bridal Salon: Souls of Black Folk

These artists have created photography, visual arts installations, performance, and movements exploring the Black body, the concepts of problem and privilege in society, personhood, and the question of blackness.

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