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On November 16th, the Harvard Art Museums opened once again. With a combined collection of over 250,000 objects—the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum— represent one of the largest art museum collections in the United States, and it has been a long hiatus for the viewing public...  More

 

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Anri Sala: The Present Moment (in B-flat) - Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
Switzerland / Zürich : Exhibition
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UK / London : Exhibition
Serpentine Gallery
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Most Viewed Auction Lots

Much Ado About Nothing By Man Ray ,1949
Much Ado About Nothing
By Man Ray
187,500 EUR
Sotheby's Paris
The Yellow Sky By Alexander Calder ,1963
The Yellow Sky
By Alexander Calder
111,750 USD
Rago Arts and Auction Center
RED, CUT BY BLACK By Robert Motherwell ,1966
RED, CUT BY BLACK
By Robert Motherwell
2,685,000 USD
Sotheby's New York
Blue Head By Roy Lichtenstein ,1979
Blue Head
By Roy Lichtenstein
3,301,000 USD
Christie's New York
 

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TODAY'S FEATURED VIDEO
In the early 1960s, Harvard commissioned Mark Rothko to create a series of large-scale paintings for a penthouse dining room in the Holyoke Center, yet while on display in the 60s and 70s, the murals faded. They were subsequently put in storage, and have rarely been seen since. Rothko’s thin, delicate application of paint prevented the use of traditional conservation methods, and prompted Harvard to look into other, non-invasive technologies. In this video, conservation scientist Jens Stenger introduces the digital projection technology used to restore the original vibrant colors of these important paintings.
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