Staff Picks: Conservator Kate Smith’s Favorite Work of Art
Conservator Kate Smith tells us why a painting by George Inness is her favorite work of art in the Harvard Art Museums.
Remembering Drawings Collector Werner H. Kramarsky (1926–2019)
Drawings curator Joachim Homann pays tribute to the late Werner Kramarsky, a collector who generously supported contemporary artists and who donated outstanding works on paper to the museums.
Pigment Collection Colors All Aspects of the Museums
Only a small portion of our famous Forbes Pigment Collection is on display. But its influence is felt throughout the museums every day.
Global Displacement at the Center of Crossing Lines, Constructing Home
Our new exhibition—featuring important contemporary works from our collections—explores issues around displacement and belonging.
In Gallery Talks, Creativity and Collaboration on Display
From “Introduction to the Dark Arts” to “Red, White, and Blue,” unconventional gallery talks showcase our fellows’ creativity.
Crossing Lines, Constructing Home — An Introduction
In this video, curators Makeda Best and Mary Schneider Enriquez introduce our new special exhibition.