Neil L. and Angelica Zander Rudenstine Gallery

In 2006, the Rudenstine Gallery was established as the only exhibition space at Harvard devoted to works by and about people of African descent. Named in honor of former Harvard President Neil L. Rudenstine and art historian Angelica Zander Rudenstine, in recognition of their contributions to African and African American Studies and to the arts, the gallery has hosted 18 exhibitions and accompanying events since its opening. With the opening of the Cooper Gallery in 2014, the Rudenstine Gallery remains a vital space on campus, with its curatorial mission supporting both historical and contemporary practices in the visual arts as they relate to the varied research interests of the institutes and archives of the Hutchins Center.

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