Come on Barbie, lets go party at the Phoenix Art Museum! The Barbie: A Cultural Icon will open next year at the Valley museum.

Were delighted to announce the opening of Barbie: A Cultural Icon at PhxArt, said Julie Freeland, Senior Director of Global Location Based Entertainment at Mattel, in a news release. Barbie is a brand that has evolved through generations, and we can’t wait for fans of all ages to take a journey through time with us!

The exhibit is said to highlight the Barbie brands more than 60-year history, bringing more than 250 vintage dolls to the Valley including life-size fashion designs on display!

Exclusive interviews, and narrative sections that consider the style trends, careers, and identities that Barbie has embodied and popularized over the decades will be at Phoenix Art Museum, according to a news release sent to ABC15.

As an institution dedicated to the research, scholarship, and exhibition of fashion design and one of only seven art museums in the United States with an active collecting focus, we remain dedicated to presenting exhibitions that offer new and exciting explorations of this incredible artform, including the intersections of couture and popular culture. We are excited to provide our visitors with a unique opportunity to examine Barbie within this context through Barbie: A Cultural Icon., said Jeremy Mikolajczak, the Sybil Harrington Director and CEO of Phoenix Art Museum, in the news release.

The exhibit will reportedly feature more the 50 historical objects and life-size fashion designs, video interviews with Barbie designers on five custom-made Barbie Dreamhouse TVs, and five unique photo opportunities.

Of those photo opportunities, there will be a life-size Barbie Mirror-Pink Corvette!

The exhibit will open to the public on Feb. 14, 2024, and will be available until July 7, 2024.

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