Harvard Art Museums

Led by Metropolitan Museum of Art, a flurry of US museums say they are shutting down because of coronavirus

Institutions in New York, Boston and Washington underline the need to control the spread of Covid-19

Three Boston exhibitions confront migration and displacement

From thermal heat maps to diagrams outlining escape routes for undocumented immigrants

Winslow Homer beach paintings—cut in half after a bad review—reunited for Cape Ann Museum show

Exhibition of marine paintings will be joined later this month by a survey of the artist's Civil War illustrations at Harvard Art Museums

Harvard’s sublime show makes you see Bauhaus everywhere

The university has a long history with the movement’s artists, many of whom fled from Germany to Cambridge, and has drawn from its impressive archive for a 100th anniversary exhibition

Harvard Art Museums to research Beuys' multiples

The Harvard museum owns an almost complete set

Stolen art discovered in reclusive collector’s estate

Christie’s and the Stair Galleries both cancelled sales as a result

Harvard’s barcode revolution: the University makes plans to digitise its huge art collection

By 2007 Harvard will be able to track the collection digitally, and everything will be accessible

Ordering Wolfgang Tillmans: 'Still life' on show at Harvard University

Benjamin Paul harks back to Dutch masters in his curation of Tillmans at the Busch-Reisinger Museum