Fogg Museum. Now through April 30, Prints by Milton Avery. The uninitiated claim: "My 4-year-old can do better than that!" I'd like to see one try. An extraordinary exhibit closing on Tuesday. Hurry!
19th century portrait photography, opening about April 25 (Honestly, that's what the publicity office said). The exhibit was put together by students in Fine Arts 20, rumored the easiest course in the University since the demise of Nat Sci 27. The exhibitors must be devoted to put in the extra work--should be very good, if it ever opens.
Busch-Reisinger. Paintings from the Weimar Republic, coupled with theatrical watercolors by George Grosz. Divine decadance in excelsis. Go see Cabaret for background. Closes May 31.
Gund Hall. 10 Young Artists at Harvard--works by undergraduates, who have stories to tell of negotiations with Harvard's bureaucracy. Closes Saturday.
Museum of Fine Arts. Recent American Photography, Twentieth Century Photos, Pictorial Photography, Photography in Contemporary Printmaking. And the Nikons shall inherit the Earth. If you would prefer a little color in your life, try the exhibit of English embroidery and be thankful you weren't female in the seventeenth century. The stuff is beautiful, but...Also, I have been told by the usual reliable sources to beware of the Tlingit Thunderbird. He bites.