Paint the Revolution: A Chilling Retrospective on Conflict and Destruction

November 30, 2016 0

Visitors to the Paint the Revolution exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art yearn for a fortunate opportunity to see, firsthand, famous pieces by painter-turned-pop-culture-icon Frida Kahlo or one of Diego Rivera’s renowned large-scale works. The front of the museum itself had been temporarily adorned with a self-portrait of Kahlo.

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Philly Hoopers Host Hoopla for World Hoop Day

October 6, 2016 0

As newlyweds took wedding pictures on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Oct. 1, a group of hoopers gathered to celebrate World Hoop Day. Beginner to professional hoopers, were encouraged to dance on the iconic museum steps. The annual celebration of hoop dance began in 2007 when a girl travelling abroad missed her friends at home and started a way they could hoop together wherever they were.

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Pop Art: Mixed Feelings

April 15, 2016 0

Written By Lindsay Hargrave

Photos By Josh Zegans

Consumerism and advertising: these two things have shaped not only our economy, but also our culture.

The Pop Art movement focused on these two ideas as a basis for most of its subject matter, giving it a pretty unified message: we are consumers, and that can define our lives.

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