The Week Ahead
A visual dialogue between the highly individual universes of two iconic artists.
Study art history and art appreciation at the Barnes with a full array of online and on-site classes.
This one-hour tour is perfect for first-time visitors. Explore highlights of the collection and learn the history of the Barnes.
Tour our newest exhibition and see the visual relationship between two modern masters. This tour is a private one-hour experience for you and up to four guests.
Visit the special exhibition without leaving home! Book an online tour for your friends, family, or colleagues.
Explore highlights of the collection and learn the history of the Barnes. This tour is a private one-hour experience for you and up to four guests.
Visit the Barnes without leaving home! Book a custom online tour for your friends, family, or colleagues
Take a closer look at the work of Van Gogh and his radical contemporaries.
Free access to the collection and the Soutine / de Kooning exhibition—plus artful activities to enjoy from home.
A free online tour of the special exhibition on the visual relationship between two important figures of 20th-century art.
First Friday is back! Tonight, the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble pays homage to the legendary music of Bob Marley.
Take a closer look at some hidden gems and underappreciated artworks in the collection in this unique virtual tour.
New members are invited to join us online to learn more about the perks of membership at the Barnes.
Our Associate Archivist sets the record straight about famous figures who visited the collection—and those who Dr. Barnes turned away.
In our Facing Change series, artists, scholars, and community activists explore issues related to race in America.
Each month, members of our Art Team present their ongoing research on the collection to members.
First Friday is back! Tonight, the legendary Philly saxophonist brings his signature jazz sound.
Groundbreaking paintings by the French artist.
This major exhibition explores Pueblo and Navajo ceramics, textiles, and jewelry as living traditions.