Marina Molarsky-Beck

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Nineteenth-Century Art

Marina Molarsky-Beck studies nineteenth-century art, with a focus on French portraiture in relationship to histories of psychology, literature, and photography. She received a B.A. from Harvard College in History of Art and Architecture in 2015, where her thesis on Berthe Morisot’s self-portraiture received the Claire Martin Fairman History of Art and Architecture Undergraduate Thesis Prize. She has worked on exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Harvard Art Museums, the Museum of Modern Art, and SLEEPCENTER, New York, and served as an artist liaison at Greene Naftali Gallery from 2016-2018