Art Talk: Lifting the Veil from Herbert Bayer’s Verdure
In celebration of the Bauhaus centennial, one of the largest paintings in the Harvard Art Museums collections was cleaned and restored while being studied alongside preparatory works in the collections.
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.
Crossing Lines, Constructing Home — An Introduction
In this video, curators Makeda Best and Mary Schneider Enriquez introduce our new special exhibition.
A History of Collecting on Display in Japan on Paper
Learn about the incredible generosity of the individuals who, over many years, have shaped our collection of Japanese woodblock prints, highlighted in Japan on Paper.