Despite the unity of the subject matter, Kim’s work exhibits a remarkable range, with a Wayne Thiebault-esque canvas of peanut butter cups, a bronze relief of a bitten Oreo, and a wall of small oil paintings arranged Salon-style in unique frames, featuring portraits of commonplace snack foods like Teddy Grahams, Goldfish, and animal crackers.
Etruscan, Greek, Chinese, and Islamic vases find a place among the vast collection of the Harvard Art Museum alongside the work of European masters like Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Picasso.
Boasting the tagline “art too bad to be ignored,” the Boston-based Museum of Bad Art (MOBA) hails itself as “the ...
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In February, Harvard announced an early retirement incentive package for staff members. Now, the faculty may be next. The Faculty
The paintings of the Fogg and Busch-Reisinger collections have already moved out of 32 Quincy Street. Early this summer, the
The two-year clock has started ticking, and $21.5 billion from Obama’s stimulus package must be spent on research and development
Funding from a fledgling Harvard grant program for interdisciplinary science has become the University’s latest casualty of the financial crisis.
President-elect Obama named Harvard physicist John P. Holdren as his chief science adviser, marking the latest in a string of
President-elect Obama named Harvard physicist John P. Holdren as his chief science adviser, the Kennedy School announced Friday, marking the
A new generation of an American dynasty with long-standing ties to Harvard may be poised for political office. Caroline B.
President-elect Barack Obama announced that former University President Lawrence H. Summers will be heading the National Economic Council yesterday. As
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