Art Attack Archive: May, 2013

Young artists: Don't move to NYC

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It was at the University of Georgia this past April that art critic Paddy Johnson from Art F City boldly told young artists not to move to... Read more

Geriatric antics at the Lantern

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A sumptuous—but inert, windless—terrace is overlooked by an iconic stone dog. Philipe insists that the dog moves. Henri, troubled... Read more

Endless wonders by Hilary White

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Hilary White has been one of my favorite mixed-media artists since I first saw her work three years ago. The Texas-born, Philly-based lady... Read more

Getting real with 'Strip Search'

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16-year-old me would have been shocked to see Penny Arcade creators Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik on Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential... Read more

Hidden City Festival 2013

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In 1967, the city of Detroit was drastically altered. A blemish in American history, the Detroit riots lasted four days, leaving the city in... Read more

Bad movie cinema

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In the Trocadero’s regal theater space, once used for vaudeville and burlesque performances, it would seem fitting to screen a film on... Read more

Presenting a pop up band

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As if playing four shows in 24 hours across the country wasn’t enough, local pop-punk band The Wonder Years will be co-hosting a pop... Read more

Exhibit of the Week: CandyCoated Wonderland

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Is there anything more exciting for a little kid than playing dress up? Put on a costume and pretend to be a fairy or a lost boy; costumes... Read more