Attention: Unfortunately, part of the Museum’s roof was damaged during the April 12 hailstorm. Fortunately, no museum staff, visitors, or artworks were damaged, however we need to close the Corita Kent and the Language of Pop exhibition in order to repair the roof. The Museum's collection galleries remain open, and other Museum programs will continue as scheduled. Thank you for your understanding and support.

1-Corita-Kent-bell-brand

Corita Kent (American, 1918 - 1986)
Bell Brand, 1967
screenprint
30 x 36 inches
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2008.165
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image © President and Fellows of Harvard College

2-Corita-Kent-harness-the-sun

Corita Kent (American, 1918-1986)
Harness The Sun, 1967
screenprint
20 9/16 x 23 inches
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2008.169
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image © President and Fellows of Harvard College

3-Corita-Kent-tomorrow-the-stars

Corita Kent (American, 1918-1986)
Tomorrow the Stars, 1967
screenprint
30 x 36 inches
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2008.146
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image © President and Fellows of Harvard College

4-Kent-life-is-a-complicated-business

Corita Kent (American, 1918–1986)
Life Is a Complicated Business, 1967
Screenprint
22 x 23 inches
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2008.171
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image © President and Fellows of Harvard College

5-a-Kent-POWERUP

Corita Kent (American, 1918–1986)
Power Up, 1965
Screenprint
Four prints, each: 28 3/4 x 35 inches
Loaned by the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image Courtesy Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles

7-Kent-juiciest-tomato

Corita Kent (American, 1918–1986)
The Juiciest Tomato of All, 1964
Screenprint
29 3/4 x 36 inches
Collection of Jason Simon, New York
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image © President and Fellows of Harvard College

6-Kent-round-wonder

Corita Kent (American, 1918–1986)
Round Wonder, c. 1965
Screenprint
5 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches
Lent by Mary Anne Mikulka Karia
© Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles
Image © President and Fellows of Harvard College

 


 

This exhibition was organized by the Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Corita Kent and the Language of Pop is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts and major corporate support from National Grid.

In San Antonio this exhibition is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Nathalie and Gladys Dalkowitz Charitable Trust, the Daniel J. Sullivan Family Charitable Foundation, Mrs. Rosario Laird, and the City of San Antonio’s Department for Culture and Creative Development.


Please note there is a $10 surcharge for those 18+ to view the exhibition Corita Kent.