Loans to Exhibitions

"Serious Play: Design in Mid-Century America," Milwaukee Art Museum (September 28, 2018- January 6, 2018); Denver Art Museum (May 5, 2019- August 25, 2019). [View]

"The Bauhaus and Harvard," Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard Art Museums (Febuary 8- July 28, 2019). [View

"Fluxus," Museum Ulm (April 5- July 7, 2019). [View]

"Who Owns the World? Art and Politics in the Weimar Republic," Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard Art Museums (December 11, 2018- May 31, 2019). [View]

"Paul Nash" Frieze New York (May 1, 2019- May 5, 2019). [View]

"Italian Types: Graphic Designers from Italy in America," Italian Cultural Institute (March 21, 2019- May 2, 2019). [View]

"Constructing the World: Art and Economy 1919-1939 and 2008-2018" Kunsthalle Mannheim (October 11, 2018- March 2, 2019). [View]

"Charles White: A Retrospective," The Museum of Modern Art, New York (October 7, 2018- January 13, 2019). [View]

"Histórias Afro Atlânticas," Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Brazil (June 28, 2018- October 21, 2018). [View]

“Constructing a New World: Soviet Russia in the 1920s-30s,” Amherst Center for Russian Culture at Webster Hall, Amherst College (February 26– October 15, 2018). Organized by Alla Rosenfeld, Curator of Russian and European Art, Mead Art Museum, Amherst College. [View]

"Carl Grossberg: Selections from the Merrill C. Berman Collection," Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard
University, Cambridge (August 4th–December 12, 2017 and December 15, 2017–July 22, 2018). [View]

“Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! Soviet Art put to the Test,” Art institute of Chicago (October 29,
2017–January 15, 2018).

“Splendor and Misery in the Weimar Republic,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (October 27, 2017-February
25, 2018).

“William Morris and Company: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Great Britain,” Fundación Juan March,
Madrid (October 6, 2017 – January 21, 2018); Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (Febuary 22, 2017- May 20, 2018).

“Revolution Every Day,” Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago (September 15, 2017-January
14, 2018). [View]

“The Revolution is Dead. Long Live the Revolution!,” Kunstmuseum Bern (April 13-July 9, 2017). [View]

“How Posters Work,” Milwaukee Art Museum (March 31–June 25, 2017). [View]

“Francis Picabia: Our Heads are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction,” The Museum of Modern
Art, New York (November 21, 2016–March 19, 2017).

“The Shadow of Color Otto Freundlich, Len Lye, Lygia Clark, and Blinky Palermo,” The Israel Museum,
Jerusalem (December 22, 2016–April 22, 2017).

“You Say You Want a Revolution: American Artists and the Communist Party,” Galerie St. Etienne, New
York (October 18, 2016 - February 11, 2017). [View]

“Berlin Metropolis: 1918-1933,” Neue Galerie, New York (October 1, 2015-January 4, 2016). [View]

“The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography and Film,” Jewish Museum, New York (September
25, 2015-February 7, 2016) [View]; Frist Center for Visual Arts, Nashville, TN (March 11-July 4, 2016). [View]; and Joods Historisch Museum in Amsterdam (July 27-November 27, 2016). [View]

“Art as Activism,” New York Historical Society, New York (June 26-September 13, 2015). [View]

“Modern Taste: Art Deco in Paris, 1910-1935,” Fundación Juan March, Madrid (March 26-June 23,
2015). [View]

“Futurist Depero: 1913-1950,” Fundación Juan March, Madrid (October 10, 2014 – January 18, 2015). [View]

“Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis,” Philadelphia Museum of Art (October 14, 2013-January 5,
2014). [View]

“The European Poster,” Picasso Museum, Málaga (June 18-September 16, 2012). [View]

“Vladímir Lébedev (1891-1967),” Fundación Juan March, Cuenca (June 15 – September 9, 2012). [View]

“Aleksandr Deineka (1899–1969): Avant-Garde for the Proletariat,” Fundación Juan March, Madrid
(October 7, 2011 – January 15, 2012). [View]

“Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York (November 8,
2009-January 25, 2010).

“Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde,” Stedelijk Museum "De Lakenhal," Leiden, The Netherlands (October 20, 2009-January 3, 2010); and Tate Modern, London (February 4-May 16, 2010).

“Rodchenko and Popova: Defining Constructivism,” Tate Modern, London (February 12-May 17, 2009);
State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki (June 18-September 20, 2009); and Museo Nacional
Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (October 20, 2009-January 31, 2010).

“Bauhausstil oder Konstruktivismus?,” Museum für Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt (October 12, 2008-
January 11, 2009).

“Bauhaus Modern,” Smith College Museum of Art, Massachusetts (September 26-December 7, 2008).

“Modernism: Designing a New World 1914–1939,” Victoria and Albert Museum, London (April 6-July 23,
2006); and Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC (2007).

“Dada: Zurich, Berlin, Hannover, Cologne, New York,” Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris (October 5, 2005-January 9, 2006); the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (February 19-May 14, 2006); and The Museum of Modern Art, New York (June 18-Septpember 11, 2006).

“Tempo, Tempo!: The Bauhaus Photomontages of Marianne Brandt,” Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin (October
12, 2005-January 9, 2006); the Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (March 11- May 21, 2006); and at the International Center of Photography, New York (June 9-August 27, 2006).

“Power to the People: Early Soviet Propaganda Posters,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (opened: March

“Gustav Klutsis and Valentina Kulagina: Photography and Montage after Constructivism,” International
Center of Photography, New York (March 12, 2004-May 30, 2004).

“Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis,” Tate Modern Gallery, London (February 1-
April 29, 2001).

“Aleksandr Rodchenko,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York (June 25-October 6, 1998); Kunsthalle
Düsseldorf (October 1998-January 1999); and Moderna museet, Stockholm (March 6-May 24, 1999).

“Montage and Modern Life: 1919-1942,” Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (April 7-June 7, 1992);
the Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada (August 19-October 18, 1992); and the Palais des beaux-arts, Brussels (November 3, 1992-January 3, 1993).

“The Great Utopia: The Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde 1915-1932,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt,
(March 1-May 10, 1992); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (June 5-August 23, 1992); and the Solomon R.
Guggenheim Museum, New York (September 25-December 15, 1992).

“Gustav Klucis: Retrospektive,” Museum Fridericianum, Kassel (March 24-May 26, 1991); and Centro de
Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (June 11-July 29, 1991).

“High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York (October 7,
1990-January 15, 1991); The Art Institute of Chicago (February 20-May 12, 1991); and The Museum of
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (June 21-September 15, 1991).

“Art Into Life: Russian Constructivism 1914-1932,” Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle
(July 4-September 2, 1990); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (October 7-December 30, 1990); and State
Tret'yakov Gallery, Moscow (Spring 1991).

“The World According to Dada,” Taipei Fine Arts Museum (June 11-August 7, 1988).

“Dada and Constructivism,” The Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo (October 8-November 13, 1988); Seibu
Tsukashin Hall, Amagasaki (November 19-December 19, 1988); and The Museum of Modern Art,
Kamakura (January 5-February 12, 1989).