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Just In: Martha Mayer ErlebacherThis exhibition celebrates the life and work of Martha Mayer Erlebacher (1937–2013), widely considered one of the most important interpreters of figurative realism in American art.
On Paper: The Gift of Ann and Don McPhailAnn and Don McPhail have carefully and judiciously built one of Philadelphia’s great collections of prints and drawings.
Frank Bramblett: No IntentionThis career retrospective explores four decades of work by Frank Bramblett (born 1947), one of Philadelphia’s most admired artists and teachers.
Silent Conversations: The Paintings of Frances GalanteThis exhibition highlights the atmospheric realist paintings of Frances Galante (1957-2015), a much-loved artist who taught at Woodmere for many years.
The Woodmere Annual: 73rd Juried ExhibitionWoodmere’s annual juried exhibition highlights contemporary work in a wide variety of media by artists living within fifty miles of the Museum.
The Woodmere Annual: 75th Juried ExhibitionThe Woodmere Annual
75th Juried Exhibition
The Condition of Place
Juror, Odili Donald Odita
June 4-August 28, 2016
Complete SetThis exhibition presents two types of works on paper that are well represented in Woodmere’s collection: complete series by single artists and portfolios by multiple artists.
Look Both WaysLook Both Ways considers the ways in which artists employ abstraction and representation—often within the same work—and the outcomes of the interaction of these two styles.
Big and LittleThis exhibition highlights the many different ways in which artists capture the endearing, exciting, or exacting qualities of subjects of all sizes.
We SpeakWe Speak: Black Artists in Philadelphia, 1920s-1970s, features over 70 paintings, photographs, sculptures, and prints produced by black artists living and working in Philadelphia.