We have loved bringing some of our masterpieces to communities in and around Philadelphia the past two years. This weekend is your last chance to see Inside Out in Brewerytown, Bristol, Conshohocken, Jenkintown, Phoenixville, and Upper Darby.

And don’t miss your chance to enter our Inside Out Sweepstakes.

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Disks of Newton (Study for ‘Fugue in Two Colors’),” 1912, František Kupka © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Last chance: Don’t miss “‘Plays of / for a ‘Respirateur’ An Installation by Joseph Kosuth,” which closes on Oct. 30. Discover the connections between conceptual artists Joseph Kosuth and Marcel Duchamp by visiting Kosuth’s neon homage to the late master and our permanent installation dedicated to Duchamp—located conveniently in the next gallery.

“Time Is Not On Our Side”, an original 18″ by 24″ painting in watercolor, acrylic, pen and ink, and gesso on cold press watercolor paper mounted to cradled birch panel. This piece was created for my solo show “For Your Bones We Wait” at Arch Enemy Arts gallery in Philly, and is available for sale now through the gallery at www.archenemyarts.com


Ariell Johnson, the first black woman to own a comic store on the East Coast, is on a new Marvel cover

In December 2015, 33-year-old Ariell Johnson took two of her passions — reading comic books and drinking coffee — and joined them into one business: Amalgam Comics & Coffeeshop. When Johnson opened the doors to the Philadelphia fixture, she became the first black female comic book store owner not just in the city, but on the entire East Coast.

Now, that world is giving her props in the most fitting way it can: by drawing her into it. In November, one of the variant covers of Invincible Iron Man #1 will feature Johnson laughing over coffee with Riri Williams, the new black teen heroine at the center of the series. Johnson recalled the one super hero that inspired her love of comics.

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