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Trace the roots of minimalism in the Bauhaus, De Stijl, and constructivism movements, and discover how Agnes Martin and other pioneering women have reshaped the canon.
Barnes director Thom Collins teaches this special course exploring the work of two major American modernists against the backdrop of gay and lesbian history.
Examine the origins and development of the Mexican muralist movement in the 20th century, with a focus on Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros.
Explore Pissarro’s practice, his relationships with other artists, and his influence on the evolution of modern art in the late 19th century.
This course traces major moments in the history of modern design, including material innovations and the ideas behind Bauhaus, art deco, postmodernism, and other movements.
From the playful boudoir scenes of the rococo to the provocative working-class models of the avant-garde, this course explores the critical transformation of the nude over the 19th century.
Learn about the life and work of one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century. Just in time for the major Johns retrospective at the PMA this fall.
This course explores the behind-the-scenes realities of the artist’s model across time, focusing especially on the class and gender dynamics of the 19th-century studio.
A special course team-taught by the authors of our much-anticipated new catalogue about the Cézannes in the Barnes collection. The book—and the class—are the culmination of years of research.
Along with goods, ancient trade routes led to an exchange of art and ideas. This course explores the visual cultures of empires that rose and fell along this storied network.
This course explores Monet’s work and contributions to modernism in the 20th century and beyond.