Posts Tagged ‘Vincent Kling’

Exhuming A Pyramid Of Petrol Along The

Exhuming A Pyramid Of Petrol Along The “Golden Mile”

February 15, 2019  |  Vantage

Greg Prichard takes us on a suburban expedition to find Vincent Kling's lost, modernist gas station on City Avenue > more

On Vincent Kling, 1916–2013

On Vincent Kling, 1916–2013

January 13, 2014  |  Vantage

While Ed Bacon has earned his place as a household name in the lineage of Philadelphia's built environment, an awful lot of that came filtered through the desk of Vincent G. Kling, who quietly passed away a month and a half ago. Brad Maule looks back at what he's left Philadelphia > more

A Saga In <em>Sculpture:</em> The Barnes Brings Ellsworth Kelly Milestone Home To Philadelphia For The Summer

A Saga In Sculpture: The Barnes Brings Ellsworth Kelly Milestone Home To Philadelphia For The Summer

May 1, 2013  |  Vantage

With 'Ellsworth Kelly: Sculpture on the Wall', the Barnes Foundation's first contemporary exhibition in 90 years, and the first at the Parkway location, Kelly's Lobby Sculpture comes home to Philadelphia (albeit temporarily). Ben Leech traces its Penn Center roots and finds paralleling stories in overlapping eras > more

Penn To Decide On New Life Sciences Hub

Penn To Decide On New Life Sciences Hub

November 4, 2011  |  Morning Blend

Another new building for Penn (maybe), what to do about City Line Ave., and an award-winning plan for a Green Brewerytown > more