In “Plays of / for a ‘Respirateur’: An Installation by Joseph Kosuth,” artist Joseph Kosuth appropriates the handwriting of Marcel Duchamp to create neon works referencing Duchamp’s own interest in art as idea. For more information click here.

‘Fetishism (Corrected) #2,’ 1988, by Joseph Kosuth (On loan from the Collection of Leo Katz)

Spent the day in Philly, and it was easily one of the top 10 coldest days of my life. Started at the art museum, and I forgot that it’s makeup is actually:
•25% Annunciation of Jesus
•25% Baby Jesus
•25% Jesus being crucified
•25% American, Asian, Modern and non-Jesus European art

Then I spent 45 minutes trying to find a parking spot in Center City, but apparently all the traffic lights just turn off on Saturdays and we all just block intersections. I was trying to get to the Reading Terminal Market, but we ended up at the food court in Liberty Place. I did get some Godiva chocolate though, so it wasn’t all bad.

Artist Sunil Gupta revisits his ancestral home, a small village in north India, through a series of quiet and contemplative photographs in “Picture This: Contemporary Photography and India.“

“Untitled,” 2006–11 (negative), 2015 (print), by Sunil Gupta (Courtesy of the artist and sepiaEYE, New York) © Sunil Gupta

Registration is open for the Museum’s first-ever hackathon, March 11–13. Bring your skills and creativity to help us create engaging gallery experiences; we’ll provide the snacks. Learn more here.

The “Power of Art” Hackathon is sponsored by the Wind Foundation.

Photo by  Albert Lee “The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign),” 1967, by Bruce Nauman (© Bruce Nauman/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)