American Art in Philadelphia, at PAFA 

March 16, 2023

Far older than either the Philadelphia Museum of Art (1876) or the Barnes Foundation (1922), the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is the nation’s longest-running art museum and art […]

The Farnsworth, a ‘Must See’ and an Old Friend

August 5, 2021

The elevator doors open and a bright sign in florescent-pink flowing neon script orders me to “Eat Flowers.” The sign, by Cig Harvey, is reminiscent of a sign on Joe’s […]

Nevelson Steals the Show at Theater J

November 20, 2019

Edward Albee’s “Occupant,” in which Susan Rome plays legendary sculptor Louise Nevelson, runs through Dec. 8 at Theater J.