Bosco Sodi: Origen

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Harvard Art Museums

Several terracotta spheres and one gold sphere installed on an enclosed terrace.

A new site-specific installation by Mexican artist Bosco Sodi creates a space for contemplation and reflection, marking the first outdoor public art display for the Harvard Art Museums.

No application or registration needed.

Cost

This Program is free!

The museums are free to all visitors. Please check in at the Admissions desk.

 

Location

  • In-person only.

Harvard Art Museums
32 Quincy
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States

Neighborhood

Neighborhood 9

Locations of the spheres:
• Outdoor Broadway terrace (accessible via the stairs and ramp adjacent to the museums’ Prescott Street entrance)
• Galleries 1600 and 1610 (Level 1)

Dates and Times

Sat, March 18 2023 – Sunday, June 9

Open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm
Closed on major holidays

Additional information

A new installation of sculptures by Mexican-born artist Bosco Sodi (b. 1970) places 14 of the artist’s handmade clay spheres at the Harvard Art Museums and marks the first-ever presentation of art on the museums’ outdoor Broadway terrace. Sodi’s practice explores the earth’s elements, marrying age-old traditions of sculpting clay with a contemporary vision of creating simple universal forms that prompt reflection. 

Program continues to run during

Winter vacation, February vacation, and April vacation

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Several terracotta spheres and one gold sphere installed on an enclosed terrace.
Sat, March 18 2023 – Sunday, June 9
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Last updated April 29, 2024.