Did you take VES 130 or VES 150 during spring term 1967?
Erin Moore and her bicultural guide (below)
Photograph by Fiona Saunders
Erin Moore ’98 clarifies Britishisms and Americanisms in That’s Not English.
Forrest O’Connor (at left), Kate Lee, and Jim Shirey
Photograph by Wayne Ebinger
A folk trio finds their harmony, on the road.
One of Chiang’s covers for Wonder Woman
Image by Cliff Chiang
A comics artist tries his hand at a new story.
Sheet VII of Rock’s map of the “Cho-Ni” territory
Map courtesy of the Harvard Map Collection
An adventuresome Arnold Arboretum botanizer's heroics in 1920s China
With her 1964 screenprint the juiciest tomato of all, Corita Kent created a word portrait of the Virgin Mary as a tomato. This print seems to establish the artist nun as an apostate: in fact, she was responding both to liberalizing changes taking place within the Catholic Church as part of the Second Vatican Council and to Pop art’s appropriation of commercial language, images, and symbols to create fine art.
Collection of Jason Simon, New York, TL41302. © Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles; Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of John and Kimiko Powers, M15531. © / courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums/ © President and Fellows of Harvard College
A Harvard exhibit situates her work in the Pop art movement.