At this week's Johnson exhibit, Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space, Julia Moser contemplates the implications of political borders on the populations' psyches.
The Johnson celebrates the Dadaist movement and features select works from the indubitably awesome Brandt collection.
Sam Martinez '13 provides insight on the Johnson Museum's exhibit Precious Paper, featuring pieces that confront the sensual, dark corners of the mind.
Daveen Koh looks at the latest Johnson exhibit, which explores the darker side of religious iconography.
The latest exhibit at the Johnson leaves Fiona Modrak to ponder the reflexive nature of portraits.
Lucy Li checks out Light and Shadow, a new exhibit at the Johnson Museum featuring Modernist paintings and drawings.
Goya's violently poignant prints are featured at the Johnson.
Nathan Tailleur examines the importance of self-identification in art in the latest exhibit at the Johnson.
The Sun checks out an exhibit on the artistry in everyday objects used in Pre-Columbian Latin America.
Director Frank Robinson gives an intimate tour of Rembrandt’s etchings.