Current Exhibitions

Allora & Calzadilla, Raptor’s Rapture (still), 2012. HD video. Color, sound. 23:30 minutes. Courtesy of the artists.

Allora & Calzadilla: Intervals

December 12, 2014–April 5, 2015

Opening Reception:
Public Opening Reception: Friday, December 12, 2014, 5:00-9:00 pm
5:00–7:30 pm | Reception at FWM
5:30 and 6:30 pm: Performances of Lifespan, a new vocal work
6:30–9:00 pm | Reception at Perelman Building, PMA
8:00 pm: Performance of In the Midst of Things, a new choral work
 
Reservations are recommended for this public event. RSVP by Thursday, December 4 to openings@philamuseum.org, call (215) 235-7469, or register on-line through Eventbrite®.
 
A shuttle will be provided between FWM and the Perelman Building on a loop
from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.
 
Artist Talk:
Saturday, December 13, 2014, 3:00 pm at FWM
 


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Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. A Hatchet to Kill Old Ugly (installation view, The New Temporary Contemporary, 1222 Arch), 2014. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.

Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck: A Hatchet to Kill Old Ugly

October 2, 2014–January 4, 2015

Opening Reception:
Public Opening Reception: Thursday, October 2, 2014 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
The New Temporary Contemporary, 1222 Arch Street
 

Performances:
Shake out all the starch and stiffening:
a performance of Shaker songs
by interdisciplinary artist Martha McDonald

Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7, 2014
Saturday, December 13 and Sunday, December 14, 2014
 
These 15 minute performances are at 12:30, 1:30, and 2:30 pm
Space is limited; please arrive early for this free event to reserve your spot.


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Past Exhibitions

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An excerpt from Rowland Ricketts' lecture at FWM on October 17, 2014 Growing Blue: Traditional Japanese Indigo in the Work of Rowland Ricketts
Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown with Queen Anne chair (left), 1979, and Empire chair (right), 1979. Denise Scott Brown wears the Grandmother dress she designed. Photo credit: Robert Adelman (from Life magazine). Learning from Bob and Denise, an evening of influences, reminisces, and a plea for pattern all over
Question Bridge: Black Males, Courtesy of Question Bridge. Question Bridge: Black Males
Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown with Queen Anne chair (left), 1979, and Empire chair (right), 1979. Denise Scott Brown wears the Grandmother dress she designed. Photo credit: Robert Adelman (from Life magazine). Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown & Associates: Venturi, Scott Brown and Grandmother: Patterns for Production
Kazumi Tanaka. Silk fabric made with Shibori-Zome technique (traditional Japanese resist and dye processes), 2014. Silk. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño. Kazumi Tanaka: Mother and Child Reunion
Will Brown, New Tin II, 1973/2014. Silver gelatin print. 4 7/8 x 7 1/4 inches. Edition 1 of 6. Courtesy of the artist, © 2014. Philadelphia Photographers: Will Brown
Ray K. Metzker, Chicago, 1956. Silver gelatin print. 15 ¼ x 18 ¼ inches. Edition 1 of 3. Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York. Philadelphia Photographers: Ray K. Metzker
Abelardo Morell, Painting and Sculpture, Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts, 2014. 40 x 45.4 inches. Pigment print on archival paper. Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery/New York. Abelardo Morell: Pictures in Three Museums and Two Views of Philadelphia
David Graham, Best Company, Langhorne, PA, 1981. Chromogenic color prints. 26.75 x 32.75 inches. Edition 12 of 25. Façade Panels from Best Products Showroom by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, Langhorne, PA. Philadelphia Photographers: David Graham
Sarah Sze in conversation with Hal Foster and Carlos Basualdo
Footage of Tristin Lowe's installation, Comet: Grace, (2012) -- currently featured at FWM. Tristin Lowe: Tristin Lowe – Comet: Grace, 2012, and Giandomenico Cassini (1625-1712): Lunacy #2, 2014
On this day, families with kids ages 4-10 came to the Fabric Workshop and Museum’s inaugural Family Day event. FWM’s Family Day engaged over 135 children and adults with a range of hands-on art processes and contemporary art experiences. Rock! Paper! Scissors!
Dr. John Tancock, Duchamp and China, Lecture on Febuary 7th 2014. Photo Carlos Avendaño Dr. John L. Tancock: Duchamp and China
Yinka Shonibare MBE at The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia, 2002 Yinka Shonibare MBE: Space Walk, 2002
Sarah Sze at The Fabric Workshop and Museum. 2013. Sarah Sze: Sarah Sze at The Fabric Workshop and Museum
Len Davidson, Neon Signage, window installation at The New Temporary Contemporary, 1222 Arch Street, Philadelphia, 2013.
Len Davidson: Neon Signage
Ann Hamilton, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Untitled (detail), 1993. Horse hair, linen, and antique buttons. Diameter: 20 inches. Edition of 12 Selections of Artist Multiples from the Permanent Collection
Cynthia Hopkins, Convergence: Declarations of Independence Lecture Series, 2013. The Fabric Workshop and Museum  Convergence: Declarations of Independence Lecture Series

The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia,in collaboration with Ruth Fine, FWM Quilt, 2013 (detail).
A Riot of Color: The Fabric Workshop and Museum in collaboration with Ruth Fine

Mary Heilmann, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia, Serape 1, 1995 (detail). Made through FWM Artist-in-Residence Program.
Beyond the Selvage: A History of Screen-printing at The Fabric Workshop and Museum

Cynthia Hopkins, The Success of Failure (or, The Failure of Success).
Photo Credit: Paula Court.
Convergence: Declarations of Independence Lecture Series
Kiki Smith, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, Owl and Pussycat, 2002. Pigment on cotton sateen, Liberty print fabrics 24 x 12 x 2 inches. Unlimited edition. Multiplied: Editioned Works from The Fabric Workshop and Museum
Mario Ybarra, Jr. working at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. 2013. Mario Ybarra, Jr.: Books Of Drawings, Beyond Our Dreams, Blame Our Dads, Brains On Drugs, Better Off Dead
Jean Shin, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia, TEXTile, 2006. Computer keycaps, fabric, and projection. 36 x 46 x 276 inches.  Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño Selections from the Permanent Collection