"Michael Snow: Photo-Centric" is the first U.S. exhibit of Mr. Snow's work in more than four decades. Considered on of the most influential experimental filmmakers of his generation, the exhibit will highlight the intimate connections between his various photography, paint sculpture and film based art works.
This exhibit celebrates the artistic achievements of the Joseon dynasty, a line of 27 monarchs who ruled the Korean peninsula for more than five hundred years. Items such as painted screens, scrolls, costumes, accessories and ritual wares provide insight on Korean life and culture of the era.
Runway of Love is an expansive retrospective showcasing some eighty ensembles by designer Patrick Kelly. Kelly’s designs are complemented by selections from the artist’s significant collection of black memorabilia, videos of his exuberant fashion shows, and photographs by renowned artists including Horst, Pierre et Gilles, and Oliviero Toscani.
Departing from and returning to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this trolley tour will take visitors to Shofuso Japanese House for a Japanese tea ceremony, then to Woodford for a tour of the historic home.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibit "Treasures From Korea," this series will feature variety of contemporary films, documentaries and classic movies that explore various aspects of traditional and modern Korean culture. Discussions with Korean film and history experts will follow most screenings.
"Art After 5" is a weekly event featuring live musical performances in an intimate cabaret setting. Tonight, the Bearded Ladies Cabaret and singers from Opera Philadelphia celebrate the life and legacy of Andy Warhol with a colorfully diverse show incorporating human-size pop-up books, operatic performances and a rock band.
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"Art After 5" is a weekly event featuring live musical performances in an intimate cabaret setting. Tonight's featured performer, indie soul songstress Eleanor Dubinsky, combines sultry, jazzy vocals with global pop to create hot original music with international appeal.