Renewed Life, Renewed Meaning

The disembodied Buddha hand on display in one of our Asian art galleries presents a unique learning opportunity.

By Julia Leonardos

Sculpture on Harvard’s Campus

Last week, Francesca Bewer, research curator for Conservation and Technical Studies Programs at the Harvard Art Museums, led a group of Harvard freshmen on a sculpture tour, as part of the Through the Gates: Art on Campus program.

Nevelson’s Night Wall I Returns

Louise Nevelson’s steel sculpture, Night Wall I (1972), had stood outside Harvard’s Pound Hall for 25 years, and it showed. Last year, Harvard Art Museums conservators decided it was time to repair the damage the outdoor elements had caused, and we are pleased to report that it returned to its home&...

Bernini in Fort Worth and Online

After completing its run at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bernini: Sculpting in Clay recently traveled down south to the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas.