The award-winning Canadian artist explores notions of power through the imagery of science fiction in portraits, sculpture, and objects.
The collaborative paper- and printmaking workshop at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia publishes new works by resident artists.
Artist Jayson Musson guides a potty-mouthed, weed-obsessed bunny named Ollie through his version of art history.
In Ukrainian Photography Today the now and then come into intimate contact to reveal a story about one’s roots and uprootedness.
What made an auction house in Philadelphia decide to sell the art of death-row murderer John Wayne Gacy?
For Werrell, moments of disconnection and isolation in the city become opportunities to find enchantment in the act of looking.
The museum welcomed the workers back with an ice cream social, and many of them didn’t appreciate it.
Forensic photographer Nikki Johnson and curator Anna N. Dhody share their thoughts about morbid anatomy and abstraction in their latest exhibition at Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum.
Tenants of the Viking Mill building in Philadelphia have been asked to vacate their longtime studios on short notice — and some are fighting back.
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As union members continue their indefinite strike, the museum’s social media profiles were flooded with messages of support for workers.
The museum and union have yet to agree on wages and healthcare.