Visitors to the special exhibition Revealing the Invisible: The History of Glass and the Microscope, currently on view at the Rakow Research Library, can examine portraits of key figures in the history of microscopy alongside the instruments and books they … Read more →
Only 18 more days until memories are made in the new Contemporary Art + Design Wing. Plaza de Mayo, Silvia Levenson, Vigevano, Italy, 2001, Gift of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser. 2012.3.46.
Only 19 more days until this portrait draws attention in the new Contemporary Art + Design Wing. Double Face, Ann (Warff) Wolff, Berlin, Germany, 1999. 2004.3.11.
Erwin Eisch (German, b. 1927) uses color to represent psychological complexity and depth. Colorless glass, on the other hand, is used to represent blankness, an absence of emotion, conformity. In Self-Portrait from the Outside, Eisch gives us his impression of … Read more →