Nielsen's portraits reflect the early experiences of real people striving to protect themselves from COVID-19 and respond to the new pandemic-era.
Photograph courtesy of MASS MoCA
Richard Nielsen: “This is Not a Gag,” at MASS MoCA
Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Daderot
“We must begin to confront the reality of a past in which academic curiosity and opportunity overwhelmed humanity,” Harvard president Lawrence Bacow wrote.
Photograph by Stu Rosner; Painting: Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (1750) by François Boucher/Courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Bequest of Charles E. Dunlap
A curator takes a fresh look at portraits of aristocratic European women.
Image courtesy of the Harvard Theatre Collection
Brief life of a philanthropic art collector: 1925-1986
Photograph of the exhibit courtesy of Schlesinger Library/Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
“Women in Science” on display
Photograph courtesy of Kunstmuseum Den Haag
Highlighting 250 years of women in fashion
“Robert Frank: The Americans,” at the Addison Gallery of American Art
Photograph by Caitlin Cunningham/Courtesy of the Harvard Art Musuems/©President and Fellows of Harvard College
Harvard’s world-famous collection of colors can now be enjoyed from home.