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Art in America Guide

  1. Evergreen: Art from the Collection celebrates SJMA’s collection as both a gift to and a product of its community. This dedicated gallery space, which provides long-term access to the Museum’s collection, […]
  2. Visit our galleries for FREE on Sundays. Check the visit page for all free admission opportunities at the Harvard Art Museums. A new installation of sculptures by Mexican-born artist Bosco Sodi (b. 1970) places 14 of […]
  3. Visit our galleries for FREE on Sundays. Check the visit page for all free admission opportunities at the Harvard Art Museums. A new installation of sculptures by Mexican-born artist Bosco Sodi (b. 1970) places 14 of […]
  4. In her 2021 essay “A Family Reunion Near the End of the World,” botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer contemplates our kinship with nature and proposes a road map for deepening our […]
  5. Frye Salon features over one-hundred paintings from the Frye Art Museum’s Founding Collection hung floor to ceiling—a display mode referred to as a salon-style hang. The installation approximates the dramatic viewing […]
  6. On view November 18–June 16, 2024 Indigeneity—a state of being Indigenous and originating from a specific place; encompassing displaced minorities whose ancestral homelands have been lost due to colonialism, yet […]
  7. Jacob Lawrence and the Legend of John Brown presents a recently acquired portfolio of prints by the acclaimed Black modernist Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000). Lawrence originally produced The Legend of John Brown as paintings […]
  8. Forensic Architecture (FA) presents their research on “Death Alley,” using architectural and environmental analysis; FA examines the impacts of colonialism and slavery, offering tools to help combat a 300-year continuum […]
  9. Understood as one of the early pioneers in the field of ecological art activism, the artist, activist and thought-leader Christy Rupp has an international reputation. Streaming will feature a survey […]
  10. Storywork: The Prints of Marie Watt, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation is the first major retrospective exhibition tracing the artist’s career in print 1996-present […]
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