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Margaret Walker
Friday, January 29, 2016

Carl Van Vechten Exbition

Carl Van Vechten: O Write my Name—Portraits of the Harlem Renaissance and Beyond
Through August 19, 2016
Sharpless Gallery, Magill Library

For the first time ever, the College is exhibiting its portfolio of 50 photogravures by the titular photographer, critic, and Gertrude Stein literary executor. Details »

Margaret Walker (1915–1998) [1942]

Friday, December 18, 2015

Don Quixote Throughout Time: Imaging the Man of La Mancha

Don Quixote Throughout Time: Imaging the Man of La Mancha
Through February 5, 2016
Alcove Gallery, Magill Library

This student-curated exhibit celebrates the 400th anniversary of the publication of Part II of Don Quixote (1615). Details »

Students of Professor of Spanish Israel Burshatin's "Quixotic Narratives" class provided analyses of Quixote's global reception in text, music, film, performance, and illustration.

Photo of an American soldier standing with the Berlin Wall in the background
Friday, December 11, 2015

The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall

The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall
Through December 13, 2015
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Whitehead Campus Center

Features critical American artistic perspectives of the Berlin Wall from 1961 through the present, including artworks that confront social boundaries in the United States as well as the complex historical crossroads of Berlin. Curated by Paul M. Farber, Postdoctoral Writing Fellow. Details »

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Leonard Freed, American Soldiers Stand Guard as the Berlin Wall is Put Up, 1961, Brigitte Freed/Magnum Photos.

Photo of an American soldier standing with the Berlin Wall in the background
Thursday, October 22, 2015

The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall

The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall
Opens Friday, October 23, 2015
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Whitehead Campus Center

Features critical American artistic perspectives of the Berlin Wall from 1961 through the present, including artworks that confront social boundaries in the United States as well as the complex historical crossroads of Berlin. Curated by Paul M. Farber, Postdoctoral Writing Fellow. Details »

Leonard Freed, American Soldiers Stand Guard as the Berlin Wall is Put Up, 1961, Brigitte Freed/Magnum Photos.

Collage art
Monday, October 19, 2015

Testimonies in Art & Action: Igniting Pacifism in the Face of Total War

Testimonies in Art & Action: Igniting Pacifism in the Face of Total War
Through December 11, 2015
Sharpless Gallery, Magill Library

This exhibition juxtaposes primary source materials from the Quaker relief work in Spain, much of which is from Haverford’s own Quaker & Special Collections, with student digital humanities projects that explore the peace testimonies embedded in the literature and art from the interwar period. Details »

Curated by by J. Ashley Foster, Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Fellow in the Writing Program, and students from the Peace Testimonies in Literature & Art Writing Seminar.

The Past is a Foreign Country
Monday, September 28, 2015

The Past is a Foreign Country

The Past is a Foreign Country
Through October 9, 2015
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

The first solo exhibition in North America by the Ivorian artist François-Xavier Gbré, whose photographs survey relics of the built environment, from the ruins of colonial-era monuments to the futurist symbols of the cosmopolitan city. Details »

François-Xavier Gbré, Cité Espérance #2, Route de Bingerville, 2013. © François-Xavier Gbré.

The Past is a Foreign Country
Friday, September 4, 2015

The Past is a Foreign Country

The Past is a Foreign Country
Through October 9, 2015
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

The first solo exhibition in North America by the Ivorian artist François-Xavier Gbré, whose photographs survey relics of the built environment, from the ruins of colonial-era monuments to the futurist symbols of the cosmopolitan city. Details »

François-Xavier Gbré, Cité Espérance #2, Route de Bingerville, 2013. © François-Xavier Gbré.

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