Past Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions

February 4, 2006—May 7, 2006
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
May 26, 2006—August 20, 2006
The Menil Collection, Houston
September 16, 2006—December 31, 2006
Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus

Traveling Exhibition

This tightly focused exhibition investigates a single moment in the career of one of the nation’s most important postwar artists.

December 17, 2005—March 12, 2006
Fogg Museum
This exhibition highlights the extraordinary generosity of Charles E. Dunlap, a Harvard graduate whose gifts and bequest of 18th- and early 19th-century drawings and paintings provided the Fogg Museum with some of its most celebrated works.
October 15, 2005—April 16, 2006
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University

Off-Site Exhibition

Quantum Grids takes the offer of two long-term loans by Sol LeWitt and Yayoi Kusama as an incentive to showcase a previously unexhibited painting by Cai Guo-Qiang and a newly acquired work by Fred Tomaselli.

October 12, 2005—January 9, 2006
Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin
March 11, 2006—May 21, 2006
Busch-Reisinger Museum
June 9, 2006—August 27, 2006
International Center of Photography, New York

Traveling Exhibition

This pioneering exhibition brings together for the first time all but a handful of Brandt’s visually dynamic and intriguing investigations of technology, gender roles, and entertainment culture.

September 17, 2005—February 26, 2006
Busch-Reisinger Museum

Borrowing its title from one of the exhibited works, Stratification concentrates on seven key pieces from the Busch-Reisinger Museum’s collection of contemporary art from German-speaking Europe.

August 27, 2005—January 29, 2006
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

This exhibition highlights the evolution of shawls and silver table wares produced in India during the colonial period, mainly in the 18th and 19th centuries.

August 6, 2005—October 30, 2005
Fogg Museum

This exhibition examines the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts’ photography collection of more than 28,000 prints, negatives, and related materials.

August 1, 2005—November 27, 2005
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Works by the artist from across Harvard University’s collections, including those at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection in Washington, DC, and the Houghton Library, are united in order to examine and present this rich body of paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and photographs.

July 16, 2005—September 18, 2005
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University

Off-Site Exhibition

Girls on Film is about 70 unknown movie stars. Despite appearing in countless films, the anonymous female film studio workers were never meant to be seen by the moviegoing public.

February 12, 2005—June 12, 2005
Busch-Reisinger Museum

Themes of decoration, abstraction, and the feminine are represented by artists such as Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, and Josef Hoffmann alongside early editions of key publications by Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, Hofmannsthal, and Arthur Schnitzler.

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