For select exhibitions, Woodmere Art Museum publishes Catalogues. Below please find the Catalogues that are available to view online. If you would like to purchase a full version of a non-digital exhibition Catalogue, please click here. All non-digital exhibition catalogues are available in limited quantities. Orders will be fulfilled on a first come first serve basis.

  • A More Perfect Union? Power, Sex, and Race in the Representation of Couples

    This exhibition explores how artists imagine gender, race, class, sexuality, and orientation in depictions of marriage and human relationships.
  • The Storybook Magic of Jerry Pinkney

    An exhibition for families that celebrates the distinctive imagination and storytelling power of Jerry Pinkney, a master watercolorist and one of the most beloved artists in children’s literature.
  • Harry Bertoia: Free Interpretations

    The exhibition Harry Bertoia: Free Interpretations celebrates the relocation of the artist’s 1967 sculpture Free Interpretation of Plant Forms to Woodmere’s grounds.
    August 20-November 6, 2016
  • The Poker Game and Its Circle

    On the first Sunday of every month for fifty years, a group of artists in Philadelphia has been meeting to play poker and share ideas about art and life.
  • The Promise of Peace: Violet Oakley's United Nations Portraits

    The Oakley portraits showcase her lifelong dedication to the promotion of peace and world harmony.
  • Women and Biography

    Showcasing the strength of Woodmere’s collection, Women and Biography explores the personal and public expression of intimate relationships between the artists and their families, partners, children
  • Art and Animal Fun: an illustrated drawing guide

    This drawing guide offers children a tutorial in how to draw some of their favorite animals, while introducing them to some of Philadelphia's great art.
  • Just In: Martha Mayer Erlebacher

    This 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 McPhail

    Ann and Don McPhail have carefully and judiciously built one of Philadelphia’s great collections of prints and drawings.
  • Frank Bramblett: No Intention

    This career retrospective explores four decades of work by Frank Bramblett (born 1947), one of Philadelphia’s most admired artists and teachers.