At 3rd Street Gallery, Keith Sharp photographs will still make you do a double take, only now it'll be at a much slower rate.
[11/9-4/27] The ancient Romans were pretty great city planners, except for that time they built a handful of city-states smack dab in the center of the Campanian volcanic arc.
A fine-art take on tech junkies, pop-inspired delights and more First Friday highlights.
An exhibit from a found-lumber obsessive and more First Friday finds.
This First Friday, we've rounded up Philly scenes, geometry, and Popeye-embroidered X-rays!
This survey of Mutu's work is super-thoughtful, critical and beautiful.
Bluestone Fine Art Gallery | Salon 1522 | Bridgette Mayer Gallery
By the end of the exhibit, the wax chair will have melted away, much like Hongtao Zhou's other furniture made of snow and ice.
A century ago, a painter followed "an enormous and fearsome Chinese wrestler" to a bout of MMA's nastier grandpa. His painting based on the experience is the focus of a new exhibit.
AIGA Philly's cartography-influenced exhibit and more for February First Friday.
My mom took me into this secret back room in the Duchamp section and pointed me to this mysterious door with strange peepholes.
Summertime paradise evoked by the PMA's big-budget blockbuster show and Locks Gallery's smaller one.
An exhibition of fish decoys, illustrating what happens when a tool stops being a tool and starts being folk art.
The artists make the ephemeral permanent, fixing smoke in place both as a medium and as a subject.
Can you achieve happiness as deliberately as something like physical fitness? Stefan Sagmeister illustrates happiness clichés and maxims in provocative, amusing ways.
Though these 40 paintings are all from the last four years before van Gogh's suicide, they're profoundly about life.