This Venezuelan artist wants to ‘stick the finger in the sore spot’ with solo exhibit in North Philadelphia

Henry Bermudez has experienced an artistic evolution since he moved from Venezuela to Miami, then Philly. His solo exhibit Wilderness in Mind is on display at Taller Puertorriqueño until April 25.

This Venezuelan artist wants to ‘stick the finger in the sore spot’ with solo exhibit in North Philadelphia

Henry Bermudez has experienced an artistic evolution since he moved from Venezuela to Miami, then Philly. His solo exhibit Wilderness in Mind is on display at Taller Puertorriqueño until April 25.

Allentown Art Museum discovers it has a Rembrandt hiding in plain sight

A portrait of a young woman painted in 1632 has been definitively identified as being from the hand of the master himself.

Allentown Art Museum discovers it has a Rembrandt hiding in plain sight

A portrait of a young woman painted in 1632 has been definitively identified as being from the hand of the master himself.

Art and monuments: At ICA, two Philly sculptors grapple with who gets celebrated

Karyn Olivier is head of the sculpture department at Temple's Tyler School. Michelle Lopez leads the sculpture program at Penn. They both have shows at ICA now.

Art and monuments: At ICA, two Philly sculptors grapple with who gets celebrated

Karyn Olivier is head of the sculpture department at Temple's Tyler School. Michelle Lopez leads the sculpture program at Penn. They both have shows at ICA now.
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After laying off a third of its staff, the cash-strapped Historical Society of Pennsylvania is now selling off parts of its collection

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The Academy Ball is going on hiatus

The event has only missed one other year since its start in 1957.

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Philly Pops abruptly parts ways with music director Todd Ellison

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A guide to ‘Parasite’ director Bong Joon Ho’s films

Where to stream the remarkable work of the South Korean director.

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