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Dolls, Idol, and Ideals

Artists Kimberly Camp and Emilio Maldonado are the stars of a new exhibition, Dolls, Idol, and Ideals, at the InLiquid Gallery featuring more than a dozen handmade dolls created by Camp. It explores the history of African culture in the United States and studies African Diasporic history. The artists examine individual as well as their shared heritages including “their identity, label, lineage… use symbols – made or found – that reference their ancestry and spirituality.” Maldonado, who is Afro-Caribbean, looks at culture, poverty, and trauma through her art. She is the artist relations director for Mural Arts Philadelphia. Camp has served as President & CEO of the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. Meet the artists at receptions on Thursdays, March 14 & April 11, at the gallery. The exhibit is free, Wednesdays to Saturdays, from noon to 6 p.m. EST. InLiquid Gallery/Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St. in Kensington. E-mail: [email protected], 215-235-3405 or

Date & Time

Weekly on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

Mar 12, 2024 through Apr 20, 2024

12:00PM - 6:00PM


Crane Arts - 1400 N American St, Philadelphia , PA, 19122 1400 N American St Philadelphia 19122 PA US

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