In Philadelphia galleries: A Temple dean gets her close-up

In Philadelphia galleries: A Temple dean gets her close-up

In Philadelphia galleries: A Temple dean gets her close-up

The Clay Studio’s curator, Jennifer Zwilling, organized “Making a Difference,” a group show of works in clay by artists meditating on our current political divides, especially on the subject of climate change. Some standouts include the late Philadelphia-based artist Paula Winokur’s porcelain balls from her 2003-14 series, “Global Warnings”; Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers’ “Turn a Blind Eye” (2017), an installation of glazed ceramic canary figurines on maple perches, turning their heads away; and Russell Biles’s “Vote,” tiny porcelain portrait busts of Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, Valdimir Putin, Barack Obama, and others.

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Published at Wed, 24 Oct 2018 23:53:47 +0000

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