Jan 22, 2024
Hyperallergic: Tomashi Jackson Layers History to Reveal Contemporary Injustice
Tomashi Jackson Layers History to Reveal Contemporary Injustice By Maya Pontone for Hyperallergic January 22, 2024 Most of the time that Tomashi Jackson is creating art, she says that she doesn’t know what the final product will look like. Instead of aesthetics, she is more focused on the extensive methodical research that goes into the…
Nov 1, 2023
Ocula: Form and Function Come Alive at ICA, Philadelphia
Form and Function Come Alive at ICA, Philadelphia By Stephanie Bailey for Ocula November 1, 2023 Riffing off the term for any object within a building that is portable, curators Alex Klein and Cole Akers have created a spectrum that moves from readymade to sculpture in Moveables (18 August–17 December 2023). On one end of the gallery…
Oct 18, 2023
Frieze: ‘Moveables’ Imagines Our Bodies In Entangled Coexistence
‘Moveables’ Imagines Our Bodies In Entangled Coexistence By Chris Murtha for Frieze October 18, 2023 Technically, the term ‘moveables’ refers to the belongings you can take with you when you leave a residence – anything, so to speak, that is not nailed down. But what if we envision the body as the edifice? What then becomes…
Oct 12, 2023
Observer: On View Now: Two Shows on Domesticity and the Housing Crisis
On View Now: Two Shows on Domesticity and the Housing Crisis By Farah Abdessamad for Observer October 12, 2023 In a pandemic era, where the meanings of home have come to embody a shifting significance, the housing crisis continues to exclude and marginalize many. This directs to a timeliness in redefining our relationship with interiors—physical…
Sep 19, 2023
Office Magazine: When the Children Come Home to Philadelphia
When the Children Come Home to Philadelphia By Ayesha Le Breton for Office Magazine  September 19, 2023 Philadelphia-raised, David Antonio Cruz, returns home for his first institutional solo exhibition. When the Children Come Home marks a pivotal milestone spanning two decades of his deeply personal artistic practice, exploring the visibility and intersectionality of queer individuals…
Jul 17, 2023
Broad Street Review: “Access artists” like Alice Sheppard, Natalie de Segonzac, and Carolyn Lazard ignite new languages in dance, theater, and visual art
“Access artists” like Alice Sheppard, Natalie de Segonzac, and Carolyn Lazard ignite new languages in dance, theater, and visual art By Wendy Univer for Broad Street Review July 17, 2023 “The access is the art,” says Alice Sheppard, leaning forward in her custom-built, backless wheelchair, looking simultaneously energized and spent after performing Under Momentum with…
Jul 17, 2023
Hyperallergic: 12 Art Shows to See in Philadelphia This Summer
The City of Brotherly Love has a lot to offer this summer with shows by Terence Nance, Heather Ujiie, Henry Taylor, and much more. By Isabella Segalovich for Hyperallergic July 6, 2023 When you think of a city with a bustling art scene, Philadelphia may not immediately spring to mind. But its abundance of art…
Jun 21, 2023
The Philadelphia Inquirer: An artist forces us to imagine a world without images
An artist forces us to imagine a world without images By Meredith Sellers for The Philadelphia Inquirer June 14, 2023 When one enters Carolyn Lazard’s show, “Long Take” at ICA Philadelphia, they stand in a dark, mostly empty room. Sounds of scuffling, shifting, and breathing come from speakers hung on all sides; voices directing and…