Exhibitions

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Exhibitions

October 9, 2012—December 29, 2012
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

This installation features a 12-panel woodcut print by Marshall which references the art historical tradition of 17th-century genre scenes.

October 3, 2012—January 6, 2013
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
February 3, 2013—May 5, 2013
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth

Off-Site Exhibition

This exhibition seeks a deeper understanding of who Bernini was as a sculptor and assembles for the first time 50 of his bozzetti and modelli from collections worldwide and 30 of the artist’s drawings.

September 4, 2012—January 19, 2013
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
Teaching Galleries

Exploring developments in American art between the Civil War and the Cold War, this installation accompanies a course that examines works by artists such as Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt, John Marin, and Arshile Gorky.
September 4, 2012—January 19, 2013
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
Teaching Galleries

This installation complements an undergraduate introductory course that examines major works and the unique aesthetic, cultural, and historical issues that frame them.
September 4, 2012—January 19, 2013
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
Teaching Galleries

The works of art in this installation complement a Harvard University General Education course on the history of photography from its origins to the digital era.
June 19, 2012—September 29, 2012
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
This exhibition celebrates the great breadth of works acquired by the Harvard Art Museums over the last four years.
May 22, 2012—August 18, 2012
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Centering on Harvard’s collection of Johns’s signature “crosshatch” works of the 1970s, this exhibition explores the impact of print on his oeuvre.

May 12, 2012—June 1, 2013
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Re-View: Thematic Installation

This gallery rotation presents a small selection of later East Asian paintings that feature popular botanical themes and symbols, complemented by an array of ceramics with similar motifs.

April 14, 2012—July 31, 2012
Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover

Off-Site Exhibition

Referencing pop culture, art, and history, the contemporary artists in this exhibition use masquerade and performance to explore themes of individual and cultural identity as well as issues regarding gender and racial stereotyping.

January 31, 2012—March 3, 2012
Arthur M. Sackler Museum

A selection of fourteen works by eleven artists, including James Casebere, Nikki S. Lee, Vera Lutter, Pushpamala N., Thomas Ruff, Thomas Struth, and Hiroshi Sugimoto.