Exhibitions

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Exhibitions

December 2, 2006—March 23, 2008
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Overlapping Realms presents a sampling of visual arts produced by the varied peoples who inhabited the region stretching from southern Europe through South Asia.

November 11, 2006—February 25, 2007
Fogg Museum

DISSENT! presents a historical survey of over 40 printed images that express resistance to religious, political, and social systems and, in doing so, demonstrates the role of printmaking in the dissemination of dissonant opinions.

October 14, 2006—February 11, 2007
Fogg Museum

This exhibition, which raises questions regarding contrasts between public and private in relation to gender roles, is drawn from the General Artemas Ward Museum in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

October 3, 2006—July 29, 2007
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Following the conquest of the Persian Empire by Alexander, Greek culture spread across Egypt, the Near East, and northern India, interacting with local traditions. The art of the Hellenistic period (323–31 BC) reflects the complex experiences of living in this expanded world.

September 9, 2006—December 10, 2006
Busch-Reisinger Museum

This exhibition invites viewers to engage intensively with drawings, prints, and a painting by Rembrandt and with works by his pupils and contemporaries within a carefully argued theoretical framework.

August 26, 2006—November 19, 2006
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Pine Flat focuses on the landscape and children of a small community in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

August 12, 2006—November 12, 2006
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

This exhibition of six paintings and one sculpture features a group of newly acquired contemporary Chinese works of art.

August 1, 2006—October 22, 2006
Fogg Museum

This exhibition features a selection of important sketchbooks including works by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Jacques-Louis David, Sanford Gifford, Edward Burne-Jones, John Singer Sargent, Reginald Marsh, George Grosz, and Christopher Wilmarth.

July 8, 2006—April 8, 2007
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

This exhibition presents a selection of works that feature popular East Asian botanical themes and symbols as their principal subjects and includes a number of recent acquisitions exhibited for the first time.

June 8, 2006—February 25, 2007
Fogg Museum

This installation reflects an emphasis on recent contemporary acquisitions of work using the body, body parts, schematic notation, or figures of speech and text.

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