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Installation view of Ten Punching Bags (Last Supper), a collaborative work by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warrhol that was never shown during their lifetimes.

Big Picture

In a Scaife Gallery newly dedicated to the Charles “Teenie” Harris Archive, 36 black-and-white prints comprise a fresh take on the photojournalist’s work. Titled In Sharp Focus: Charles “Teenie” Harris, the installation includes a mix of photojournalism, studio photography, and everyday snapshots, and highlights three critical aspects of the archive that connect the past and present: access and opportunity, complex identities, and social networks.

Face Time

Danielle Linzer

Danielle Linzer

Danielle Linzer never intended to work in museums. And that’s a good thing, as it was her boots-on-the-ground experience in social services and community organizing that led her to become an agent of change in the slow-to-change field. Now the director of learning and public engagement at The Andy Warhol Museum is also one of 10 senior fellows for diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion chosen by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) in an unprecedented effort to diversify museum boards and leadership.

Inside the Museums

Gretchen Anderson, conservator at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, performs restoration work on a panda diorama now prominently on display in the museum’s gift shop.