In Indonesia, the Bajau fishermen’s way of life is under pressure.
Taking stock of an overlooked cohort of artists: those who, during World War II, stayed in Germany—and survived
Courtesy of the Little Poland Festival, New Britain, Connecticut
New Britain’s “Little Poland” and museum of American art
Edward Gorey/ Announcement for The Poets’ Theatre performance in Fogg Museum Court, May, 1952/ Offset lithography on paper, 5 1/2 x 14 in./©The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust
Edward Gorey’s own art collection at the Wadsworth Atheneum
Courtesy of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts/Harvard University/Renée Green
Renée Green’s exhibition “Within Living Memory” closes her Harvard residency.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Focusing on the Harvard Art Museums’ new photography curator
Courtesy of the Harvard University Portrait Collection, Bequest of Dr. John Collins Warren, 1856
Two hundred and seventy years ago, Benjamin Franklin did something highly unusual. He retired.
Photograph courtesy of Discover Newport
Visiting Newport, Rhode Island, during the winter