"The Wrath of the Gods" focuses on Peter Paul Rubens's masterpiece, "Prometheus Bound," a singular vision of pain, torment, and creative struggle. This unprecedented exhibition places the work - one of the most important and beloved in the Museum's collection - in conversation with paintings, drawings, and prints that inspired it. Highlights include Michelangelo's "Tityus," perhaps the artist's most famous drawing, and Titian's "Tityus," the largest nonreligious painting on canvas of the Renaissance. "Wrath" brings together these and other pivotal works, offering a fresh opportunity to delve into the creative process of one of art history's most important figures.
Multitude, Solitude is the first in-depth exhibition to explore the work of one of the most original photographers to emerge from Philadelphia in the second half of the 20th century. The exhibition will focus on David Heath's achievements during the 1950s and 1960s and will highlight his defining work, Dialogue with Solitude (1965).