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My photograph of open skies Philadelphia on opening night from Philadelphia Art Museum steps. Lozano-Hemmer has stepped into those two men huge footprints to bring this large-scale, interactive, inclusive, empowering piece of public art to Philadelphia, wherein “participation is a vehicle for transformation”, in Lozano-Hemmer’s words Like this:Like Loading…

Mount Moriah Cemetery, incorporated March 26, 1855 and established by an act of the Pennsylvania legislature, was operated under the auspices of the non-sectarian Mount Moriah Cemetery Association. The original cemetery occupied 54 acres in southwest Philadelphia, along Cobbs Creek. It boasted an ornate Romanesque entrance and gatehouse designed by noted Philadelphia architect Stephen Decatur […]

What a wonderful outing at the Italian Market in Philadelphia. It started at 10:30am meeting at DeBruno Bros Plaza at 9th & Montrose Streets one block from Christian Street. We had Anthony who was a local to guide us, thanks to Doreen from the South Jersey Photography. Boy having a local merchant walk around  gave access to smiles from everyone that we couldn’t […]

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