Designs for Different Futures, currently on exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, disappointingly offers more favoring of today’s ableism in disabled people’s futures.
The organization will host various events that include the Craft Capital exhibition series, a symposium, hands-on activities, tours, and much more.
Horace Pippin was a self-taught artist out of necessity, as the society in which he lived had shut most of its doors on him.
David Lebe has often relied on alternative photographic processes to create powerful depictions of queer bodies.
Initially uninterested in boxing, Fink became hooked on exploring this world of grand ambitions and human vanity.
There is something neurologically thrilling about viewing Von Rydingsvard’s work.
Jean Shin: Collections is a great introduction to the artist for those who do not know her work, but encounters the pitfalls of recontextualizing public art within museum settings.
An exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art features Smith’s many and manifold book artworks.
The 1841 portraits by Franklin R. Street have been shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and appear in the new documentary The Montiers: An American Story.
The artisanal has always been seen as a counterweight to the industrial. Both appear in the work of Patricia Urquiola.
The outcome of Museum Bowl 2018 will depend on whether the Philadelphia Eagles or the New England Patriots prevail on Sunday.
Philadelphia Assembled differentiates itself by not putting pleasure as its end goal, risking the discomfort of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s guests.