Exhibitions

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Exhibitions

November 3, 2007—January 27, 2008
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
June 28, 2008—September 14, 2008
Phoenix Art Museum
October 11, 2008—January 4, 2009
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach
February 11, 2009—May 24, 2009
Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence

Traveling Exhibition

More than fifty works from the collection of distinguished historian of Chinese art Chu-tsing Li demonstrate the dramatic evolution of Chinese painting in modern times and lay the foundation for a deeper understanding of the international-style works produced in China today.

November 3, 2007—February 3, 2008
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
October 7, 2008—February 8, 2009
Asia Society Museum, New York
August 28, 2010—December 5, 2010
Michael C. Carlos Museum, Atlanta

Traveling Exhibition

The works—from practice alphabets to elaborately finished manuscripts—serve as traces of individuals, belief systems, and cultures.

November 3, 2007—February 3, 2008
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
October 7, 2008—February 8, 2009
Asia Society Museum, New York
August 28, 2010—December 5, 2010
Michael C. Carlos Museum, Atlanta

Traveling Exhibition

Presents examples of the most esteemed of the Islamic visual arts.

October 6, 2007—November 11, 2007
Fogg Museum

To commemorate Drew Gilpin Faust’s inauguration as the first woman president of Harvard University, the Art Museums will present Kara Walker’s provocative 2005 series Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated).

September 22, 2007—January 20, 2008
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

This exhibition presents full-size copies of Greek and Roman sculpture whose painted decoration, faded over the millennia, has been painstakingly reconstructed.

July 21, 2007—November 4, 2007
Busch-Reisinger Museum

This exhibition will showcase a replica of László Moholy-Nagy’s seminal kinetic sculpture Light Prop for an Electric Stage and the artist’s short experimental film Light Play: Black White Gray.

July 14, 2007—December 30, 2007
Busch-Reisinger Museum

This exhibition features seven 20th-century German sculptures from the Busch-Reisinger Museum that reinterpret mythological themes through the artists’ biographies and the events of their time.

June 23, 2007—January 31, 2008
Fogg Museum

This installation of prints, sculpture, and paintings from the 1970s to the present includes works that are abstract and figurative, contemplative and abrasive, humorous and serious.

April 28, 2007—April 20, 2008
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

This installation in the Asian gallery features four contemporary Chinese ink paintings and a selection of Chinese ceramics from the Tang through the Qing dynasties.

April 7, 2007—July 8, 2007
Fogg Museum

This exhibition of approximately 60 works explores the influence of John Ruskin on a group of American watercolorists, most with Harvard connections, who were active during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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