Gallery arist Audrey Flack's work World War II (Vanitas) (1975) is included in Many Voices, Many Visions at Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania. The exhibition is the 8th in a series of collaborative exhibitions organized by the Office of the Curator and the Arthur Ross Gallery that highlight the Penn Art Collection. This exhibition presents both historical and contemporary images that reflect on issues of humanity, the environment, governance, justice, resilience, and social change. The works of art on view resonate with these timely issues. The paintings, prints, sculpture, and photographs are insightful, compassionate, and at times provocative. From William Hogarth's A Rake's Progress to Honoré Daumier's Les Marionettes politiques to Shirin Neshat's Ghada, to David Driskell's Mask Series II, these artists have chronicled their social and political times. In many instances their art has been a harbinger of change.