The Danube School, based in the valley of the Danube River in Bavaria, Germany, propelled an aesthetic sensibility that allowed landscape to become an autonomous genre of painting during the early 16th century. Rather than prioritizing human figures or historical references, the paintings, etchings and…
Harvard Graduate School of Design design critic in architecture Jonathan Lott (MArch ’05) and colleagues at Collective–LOK will be adding an element of intimacy and intrigue to New York’s Times Square this Valentine’s Day.
Rosetta Elkin, assistant professor of landscape architecture, opens her new exhibition Live Matter on Tuesday, May 5, offering a meditation on plant life from the perspective that is the most concealed: through the roots
Dan Borelli, director of exhibitions at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, has been steadily expanding the work he developed at the school while a student in the Art, Design, and the Public Domain program, which has recently garnered the attention of the Boston Globe.
Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko’s 2014 work Invisible wounds, which was presented at Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie in Paris last year, was recently acquired by Centre Pompidou.