The harvard arts museum is to hold a post-modern art gallery on the grounds of its main campus.
The exhibition is being organised by the Harvard Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, and is being led by the department’s deputy director, Rebecca O’Keefe.
The venue is being planned as a space for art that can be used for exhibitions, a programme that aims to address “the contemporary and contemporary art market, including the rise of the Internet”.
It is part of a wider initiative to develop the museum, which opened in 2016, to allow more diverse and diverse exhibitions to be presented to visitors.
The post-colonial art galleries, which will feature works from a variety of disciplines, will be open to the public from 11am to 5pm, daily, and on the following weekends: November 14, November 22, November 28, December 5, December 12, December 18, and January 3.
The exhibitions will be part of the departmental project “Post-Colonial Art and Architecture: From Post-Industrialism to Modernism”, which is part-funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The programme has also been funded by the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Charles and Aloysius Dreyfus Foundation.
This is the second year that the department has funded the post-industrial art exhibition.
In 2018, it held an exhibition in the main building and included works by the artist Thomas Peele and the architect Richard Meier.