Photographer Tricia Burrough shot the 11 exhibits featured in the 2017 collaboration with the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The official opening of the exhibit will kick off Saturday at Kings Court.
Photos by Tricia Burrough | May 17, 2017
The Philadelphia Museum of Art will host its annual Inside Out exhibit in four towns through mid-August; the only one in New Jersey to participate in the exhibit this year is Haddonfield.
NJ Pen photographer Tricia Burrough toured the 11 locations across the borough downtown, and returned with photos of each artwork in its local context. Enjoy them as a preview before you visit Inside Out for yourself.
For a full map of the exhibit, click here.
“Bust of Benjamin Franklin” (1779) by Jean-Antoine Houdon at Haddonfield Borough Hall
Faith Ringgold, “Tar Beach 2” (1990) at Haddonfield Memorial High School
Juan Gris, “Man in a Café” (1912) in Tatem Memorial Park, Haddonfield
“Uno sculpture” by Miguel Antonio Horn at Mechanic Street & N. Haddon Avenue
“Spring Sale at Bendel’s” (1921) by Florine Stettheimer, at Mechanic Street & N. Haddon Avenue
Edward Hicks, “Noah’s Ark” (1846) at Haddonfield Public Library
Henri Rousseau’s “Carnival Evening” (1886) at the Haddonfield Public Library
Claude Monet’s “The Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool, Giverny” (1899) at Grace Church Haddonfield
Pieter Jansz. Saenredam’s “Interior of Saint Bavo, Haarlem” (1631) at Haddonfield First Baptist Church
José Jusepe de Ribera (aka, Lo Spagnoletto) “Virgin and Child” (1646) at Haddonfield First Presbyterian
“Two Dragons (in Clouds),” by Kano Hōgai (1885) at Kings Court in Haddonfield
Thomas Eakins’ “Sailboats Racing on the Delaware” (1874) at the Kings Court gazebo in Haddonfield
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