Does Philadelphia need another building for contemporary art?
The Philadelphia Contemporary may be the most successful museum you’ve never visited.
This spring, it drew crowds to the mansion on Lemon Hill with Jane Irish’s history-subverting Antipodes. Some 5,000 people a day lined up last month to take turns on the lighted seesaw sculptures that the Contemporary installed for the opening of the Cherry Street Pier. The arts organization boasts a Spoken Word curator on its staff.
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