The Philadelphia Museum of Art is among the largest art museums in the United States, showcasing more than 2,000 years of exceptional human creativity in masterpieces of painting, sculpture, works on paper, decorative arts, and architectural settings from Europe, Asia, and the Americas. The Museum offers a wide variety of enriching activities, including programs for children and families, lectures, concerts, and films. In 1988 the Philadelphia Museum of Art organized an exhibition of the groundbreaking American artist Jasper Johns’ work since 1974 for the Venice Biennale; Johns was subsequently awarded the Golden Lion. In 2007, Nauman’s The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign), 1967, was acquired by the Museum. This early iconic neon will be on view at the U.S. Pavilion as part of Bruce Nauman: Topological Gardens.