Lavish designer fashions and master works by female artists are highlights in Philadelphia museums this fall.
Show of innovative prints at Princeton documents artist's quest to create emotionally compelling narratives purely through abstract art.
A show at the Delaware Art Museum marks the anniversary of a 9-month National Guard occupation in Wilmington following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination in 1968.
"Face to Face" features not-so-candid photos of artists, writers, and musicians trying to define themselves at the dawn of celebrity culture.
At PAFA's "First Academies" show, our reviewer finds fusty painter Benjamin West to have been centuries ahead of his time in one very surprising respect.
At Grounds for Sculpture, Joyce J. Scott looks at hot-button issues like racism and sexual abuse, with inspiration from Harriet Tubman and the Buddha.
Despite its title, the Berman Museum's show is not about real estate. But it excels as a deadpan take on the built environment.