Posts Tagged ‘Barnes Foundation’

The Glackens Foundation

The Glackens Foundation

November 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Albert Barnes’ childhood friend at the Foundation, Sunoco to build yet another pipeline across the state, contemporary architecture for Packer Park, and Scannapieco gets conditional approval > more

Old City Orange Façade To Be Preserved

Old City Orange Façade To Be Preserved

October 20, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Historical Commission okays Old City development, the emblematic stairway at the Barnes, Blatstein serious yet anxious about The Provence, 10 homes for NoLibs, and a salvaged cornice delights in Fishtown > more

The Pintos: A Philadelphia Immigration Story, Told Through Art At Washington Avenue Pier

The Pintos: A Philadelphia Immigration Story, Told Through Art At Washington Avenue Pier

August 15, 2014  |  Vantage

With Pier 53 officially open on the Delaware Riverfront today, Philadelphia welcomes its newest park—and its newest piece of public art. Brad Maule profiles Jody Pinto's Land Buoy and the tale of art, nature, and immigration it weaves on the site where her father came to America with his family > more

Life Anew For The Living Collections At The Barnes

Life Anew For The Living Collections At The Barnes

August 8, 2014  |  Vantage

When the Barnes Foundation moved to the Ben Franklin Parkway, they recreated the galleries Albert Barnes crafted to a T. But the Barnes' living collections—the trees and gardens that his wife Laura crafted to enhance the total Barnes Foundation experience—were immovable. Two years after the art's relocation, the gorgeous 12-acre Barnes Arboretum is open to the public in a way it never was before > more

Questioning Western Lancaster Avenue Corridor Revitalization Project

Questioning Western Lancaster Avenue Corridor Revitalization Project

June 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Former non-profit accused of gross mismanagement of public funds, historians deem consolidated National Archives site inaccessible, some unfamiliar Cézanne pieces on display at the Barnes, and a “sneak peek” at the new Pier 53 > more