Although I could not find a good image for the curation of the Harvard Art Museum’s first floor, I find this curation to be awe-strikingly inspirational. Subtle but prevalent, the curation, especially in the section on the side of the cafe, does a fantastic job of creating a cohesive experience for the viewer. For example, if you pay attention to the small details, you can find telling and fascinating consistencies between the different pieces of art. Expanding beyond colors pallets into ideology, the first floor gallery feels like the curator is nodding to you as you pick up on their clues.