The Max Stern Book Collection
Jointly owned by McGill and Concordia, innovatively links the universities’ collection with Hebrew University’s collection of Stern books online and gives students and researchers access to rare books on art.
The Max and Iris Stern Gallery
Was inaugurated in 2003 at Hebrew University’s Mount Scopus Campus.
Max Stern Fonds
The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa has established an archival repository for Stern’s documents. Charles Hill, curator of Canadian art at the National Gallery is preparing Stern’s Biography for publication.
The Max and Iris Stern Sculpture Garden
Inaugurated in September 2004 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
A Dealer of “Living Art”: Selected Works from the Montreal Donation of Max and Iris Stern
Presented by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The show traveled to Ontario and Atlantic Canada in 2005.
The Max and Iris Stern International Symposium
The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal renamed its annual gathering of great contemporary thinkers on art history, aesthetics, sociology and literature.
Provenance Research Program
Named after Stern until 2007 by the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Max Stern-McCord Museum Fellowship
Established in 1991. It is offered to meritorious graduate students who are seeking admission in the Faculty of Arts at McGill University