"Shelley Spector: Keep the Home Fires Burning" at the Museum of Art, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia-based artist Shelley Spector creates a sculptural environment with independent and even hanging works. Her use of wood, old textiles, pieces of furniture and other recycled materials bring a precise touch to large structures.
Flowers, birdcages, tomatoes made of wool balls, wood and fabrics are united with embroidery to create a unique, particularly poetic universe. Shelley Spector explores the ways in which aspects of traditional American folklore translate themselves universally.
Until 5th September. B.D www.philamuseum.org