Art at PHL
Art at PHL

The Airport’s Exhibitions Program is a nationally-recognized, award-winning visual arts initiative. 

In 1998, Philadelphia International Airport established an Exhibitions Program - a visual arts initiative to humanize the Airport environment, provide visibility for Philadelphia's unique cultural life, and to enrich the experience of the traveling public. 

The Exhibitions Program is responsible for organizing and presenting rotating exhibitions that are located throughout the Airport. The exhibits change throughout the year to provide a variety of educational and cultural programs. This forum for presenting visual arts attests to the Airport's commitment to supporting arts and culture. 

The Exhibitions Program provides millions of visitors from around the world access to a wide variety of art forms by artists and arts institutions from the Philadelphia area.


Art Survey and Comment Form

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Current Art Exhibitions 

photo of artist work
Terminals A-West - Ground Level, Open to Public
Movies Made in Philly
Between Terminals A-B
King Saladeen painting
Between Terminals C and D, Ticketed Passengers
It's a Wrap art photo

Terminal A-East


Terminal A-West ticketed passengers


Terminal A-East, ticketed passengers

heart, love awaits you and plane made out if second-hand and recycled material

Terminal B Baggage Claim, Open to the public

The Village of Arts and Humanities, Philadelphia

Between Terminals B and C Baggage Claim Open to the public

SHELBY REED: Portal to Where

Terminal A-West Ticketed passengers

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