When Mother Nature calls over Massachusetts way, it's the Berkshires, a rugged mountain range stretching across the western edge of the state, that pick up, a place popular with outdoorsy types for the abundance of trails on offer and the arts-oriented for the local selection of cultural attractions.
Traditionally, Harvard's Arthur M. Sackler Museum has as its focus Asian, Islamic and Indian art as well as ancient artifacts. Since the short-term closure of Harvard's other fine art facilities, the Fogg Art Museum and the Busch-Reisinger Museum, due to renovations (slated to last until 2013), the Sackler also now temporarily houses select highlights from their collections as part of the "Re-View", an exhibition that offers visitors a glimpse of art not only of antiquity but from famed artists of the last century, like Pablo Picasso and Max Beckman.
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10am-5pm, Mon-Sat 1pm-5pm, Sun Closed major holidays
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