June 27th, 201718 views
Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition showcases free public artwork interpreting the spirit of revolution at 13 different locations in Philadelphia’s Historic District, now through July 4th. The selected street artists were asked to highlight their idea of “revolution” and how that concept might challenge the status quo. The works created by artists like Kid Hazo, Michelle Angela Ortiz, and Shawn Theodore are on display both indoors and outdoors at places like Franklin Square, Spruce Street Harbor Park, and FringeArts.
Make your way to the Arden Theatre Company to view Nick Cassway’s wallpapered window installation featuring sequential drawings that examine the balance of power in the government. Another favorite is A Brilliant Dummy’s Fearless located at Moshulu featuring a series of five photographs that express what it means to be fearfully and wonderfully made. The curated exhibit of 13 works is mostly located in Old City, Society Hill, and along the Delaware River Waterfront.