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Art and monuments: At ICA, two Philly sculptors grapple with who gets celebrated

Karyn Olivier is head of the sculpture department at Temple's Tyler School. Michelle Lopez leads the sculpture program at Penn. They both have shows at ICA now.

At Philadelphia art museums: Fabulous fabrics at Barnes Foundation, major Art Museum revamp

Prints from Brandywine Workshop are also in the spotlight. Philadelphia Contemporary does a sound installation at the Woodlands. In Princeton, a new Cézanne show.

Colossal exhibit celebrates Philly as a hotbed of the avant-garde

Experimental works from the '60s and '70s sprawl over four Center City venues, with hundreds of pieces by more than 70 artists.

The ‘Posing Beauty’ show helped launch today’s A-list artists. See it now in Delaware.

Like '30 Americans,' this traveling exhibition helped put African American artists Carrie Mae Weems, Hank Willis Thomas, and other greats on the map. It's now at the Delaware Museum of Art.

This little pig built Fallingwater. Fairy tales get reimagined at Brandywine River Museum of Art

“Cinderella & Co.: Three Fairy Tales Reimagined,” on view through Jan. 5 is a quintessentially family-friendly exhibition, one where grandparents, parents and children can claim common ground, but also offer each other their perspectives on these tales and their meanings.

Edith Neff painted Philadelphians as mythic beings — see her great work now in Chestnut Hill

A soul-satisfying retrospective of the late artist's work is at Woodmere Art Museum through Jan. 19.

At PAFA, old art gets new friends

“Ancient History of the Distant Future" brings contemporary art from the non-profit Kadist group into the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, through Feb. 2.

In Bucks County, get to know these Pennsylvania impressionists, courtesy of the late Gerry Lenfest

“From Impressionism to Modernism: The Lenfest Collection of American Art" is at the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown through March 1.

‘30 Americans’ at the Barnes: What you take away depends on what you know coming in

The acclaimed survey of African American artists opens in Philadelphia Sunday.

Philadelphia Museum of Art’s vast new design exhibit confronts our robot overlords, with all their hot-mess issues

"Designs for Different Futures" premieres here Tuesday. It will move on to Minneapolis and Chicago after that.