Fernando Bryce on History and Hope

Artist Fernando Bryce sat down with us to discuss his artistic practice and his installation The Book of Needs (2015), on view through May 6.

A Conversation with Konrad Klapheck

Renowned German artist Konrad Klapheck, whose work is featured in the exhibition Inventur—Art in Germany: 1943–55, recently sat down with us to discuss his practice.

The Women Artists of Inventur

Curator Lynette Roth explains how her research for the exhibition Inventur—Art in Germany, 1943–55 led her to lesser-known women artists.

Games in the Gallery

The interactive installation JODI: OXO explores artificial intelligence through a simple and very familiar game.

Inventur: An Introduction from the Curator

Curator Lynette Roth introduces our special exhibition Inventur—Art in Germany, 1943–55.

Install in Action: Fernando Bryce’s The Book of Needs

Watch as our team hangs the 81 ink-on-paper drawings that make up Fernando Bryce’s The Book of Needs.

Putting It Together

Planning our special exhibition Inventur required extensive institutional research and in-depth conversations with artists and their heirs.

A Page Out of History

Fernando Bryce’s The Book of Needs re-creates selected pages from a postwar publication whose themes remain hauntingly relevant today.

Adding Voices to Harvard’s Past

Now showing in the Lightbox Gallery, No More, America engages with the Philosophy Chamber exhibition by reimagining a controversial scene from Harvard’s past.

By Grant Hamming

Looking for Patterns

A unique wallpaper-covered room in our Philosophy Chamber exhibition gives visitors a sense of how the original space might have looked.

By Anna Lin-Schweitzer