Since their spring appearance at Arcadia University - in which they showed huge poured-plaster reliefs, one gradually revealing the contours of Marilyn Monroe reading James Joyce and the other of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool - the artist duo Deche
Only two weeks remain to see one of the most sublime exhibitions of the fall season. "Winifred Lutz: Between Perception and Definition," the first large survey of the works of Lutz, a Philadelphia-based artist, has the entire Abington Art Center to itself and also includes the poetic site-specific outdoor installations she has been making in the center's sculpture park since 1992.
It might come as a surprise to those familiar with Edna Andrade's paintings and works on paper that Andrade, who was 91 when she died in 2008 and remains one of Philadelphia's most admired artists, was not given a retrospective of her prints during her li
Edith Newhall has been reviewing gallery exhibitions for The Inquirer since April 2005. She is a former staff writer for New York Magazine, where she covered the New York art world in features, exhibition reviews and interviews with artists. Her articles on the arts and travel have also been published in ARTnews, the Washington Post, Travel & Leisure and Condé-Nast Traveler. She is the co-author of "In Artists' Homes" (Clarkson Potter, 1992).