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Arts

Fighting Climate Change for the Future ... and the Past

The effects of global warming on the monuments and archeological triumphs of our history cannot be underestimated.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Step in to Jasper Johns’ Hall of Mirrors at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Often thrilling and thought–provoking, 'Mind/Mirror' can also be exhausting in its exhaustiveness.

by WALDEN GREEN

The Barnes Foundation’s Retrospective of Suzanne Valadon is a Triumph of the Female Gaze

Inside the model, painter, and rebel's subversive career

by IRMA KISS BARATH

Meet Isabel Hu: A Traditional Painter Turned Tattoo Artist and Digital Creator

Artist Spotlight | How this design student lets art rule her life with no regrets

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Step Into the World of Van Gogh's Art at the Tower Theatre

'Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience' has arrived here in Philadelphia finally–and brings a universe of color alongside it. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

'God Complex: A Different Philadelphia' Brings Criticism, Conversation, and Change to the Arthur Ross Gallery

There’s no excuse not to take advantage of Roberto Lugo’s eye–opening exhibition.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Deep Inside Pornhub’s 'Classic Nudes' Museum Guide

Who knew museums could be this sexy?

by JESSA GLASSMAN

The Philadelphia Art Museum You Know and Love, Now with Frank Gehry Flair

Here’s an excuse to take a day off and enjoy the refurbished museum.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Plant

The Bronx Botanical Gardens serve as complement and contrast to ‘Cosmic Nature,’ an exhibition courtesy of Yayoi Kusama.

by WALDEN GREEN

Afghanistan’s Artifacts Under Attack

What the Taliban takeover means for the country’s cultural heritage 

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Michelle Zauner Honors Her Mother and Her Heritage With 'Crying in H Mart'

"Crying in H Mart" is more than a memoir—it's a testament to familial love.

by EMILY MOON

Binged 'This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist'? Check Out These Recommendations

How to satisfy your art crime craving after finishing the groundbreaking limited series

by JESSA GLASSMAN

The Barnes Foundation's Soutine/de Kooning Exhibit is an Ode to Connectivity and Dialogue.

The careful curation of works from Chaim Soutine and Willem De Kooning shows us how to stay connected in an era marked by separation.

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Meet Tavi Kim, the Sophomore Using Collaboration to Get His Creative Juices Flowing

Artist Inspiration | How this design student is spending his semester off in the studio 

by JESSA GLASSMAN

The Story of Van Gogh's Sunflowers

How the flower became intertwined with the artist's career and reputation 

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Get Cheery with Cherry Blossoms

How to experience peak bloom at Penn and beyond

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Feast Your Eyes on the Psychology Behind Plating

How eating can be a multi–sensory experience, even during COVID–19

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Addy Walker and the History of Black Dolls in America

Representation in the doll industry is more powerful than ever.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Destiny's Child Did It First: How Y2K Fashion is Rooted in Black Culture

With Y2K and 2000s fashion trending again, we need to critically examine where it came from.

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Five Pieces 'Taking Space' at the PAFA

Sampling some of the works using space as a social metric in this exhibit

by JESSA GLASSMAN

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