Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street Cambridge MA
Hailed as the most successful exhibition of photography ever assembled, The Family of Man opened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1955 as a statement against war and the conflicts and divisions that threatened a common future for humanity after...
Harvard Art Museums: Deknatel Hall, 32 Quincy Street
This talk explores how, in the wake of the world’s first international financial crisis, Cupid claimed pride of place in French eighteenth-century art—personifying not only the folly of love, but also the forces of inconstancy, mutability and flightiness that were viewed as hallmarks of a modernizing credit economy.
Presented by the HAA Graduate Student Lecture Series