Hannah Wilke Temple photo exhibit of chewing-gum genitalia is a revival for a Philadelphia provocateur

The Philadelphia Inquirer May 07, 2019

During her relatively short career, Hannah Wilke (1940-93) gained a reputation as a fearless artist who worked in a variety of media and followed her instincts wherever they led her. Less known, perhaps, was her quiet, quirky brand of humor.

The Temple Contemporary exhibition “Hannah Wilke: Sculpture in the Landscape,” at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, offers a first look at a previously unknown body of Wilke’s work from the 1970s.

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