Tickets are still available for our new “Object Lessons” gallery course, a three-part exploration of 19th-century French art in the Museum’s collection. For more info click here

Scene during the Eruption of Vesuvius,” c. 1827, by Joseph Franque

In the Galleries: In “Contrapposto Studies, I through VII,” artist Bruce Nauman explores the history of classical sculpture by walking in “contrapposto”—with his hands behind his head and his weight shifted to one hip.  Experience Nauman’s hypnotic new monumental video works now.

Installation image of “Contrapposto Studies, I through VII,” 2015/2016, by Bruce Nauman (Courtesy the artist and Sperone Westwater, New York) © Bruce Nauman/Artists Rights Society

“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

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Reverend Howard Finster created some forty-seven thousand individual works over his twenty-five year career. Recipient of a 1982 National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, a guest on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, and a favorite of R.E.M. and the Talking Heads, Finster has been one of America’s most recognized self-taught artists since the 1980s.

‘“My Vision of Another World,” #1,146,’ 1978, Howard Finster © Estate of Howard Finster