A new exhibition at the Harvard Art Museums is giving voice to a vibrant population of contemporary Aboriginal artists. Their work has rarely been seen in such a comprehensive way...
An exhibition at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln is exploring the creative and political power pedestrian movements can unleash, and curators there have organized some novel events...
The Isles Arts Initiative has transformed Spectacle Island and Georges Island into walking art exhibitions, filled with works inspired by the islands themselves.
The Clark Art Institute and Seattle Art Museum each bet seascapes on the upcoming Super Bowl.
Barbara Lee's gift to the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston increases the museum's collection by 30 percent.
While digital food-sharing is a newer trend, attempts to capture the aesthetic charms of edible things are not. We checked out two exhibitions that celebrate food in art.
Frederick Ilchman, co-curator of "Goya: Order and Disorder" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, talks about two masterpieces in three ARTery videos.
It's been a long journey, but a statue honoring seminal horror writer Edgar Allan Poe's roots in Boston will be unveiled Sunday near Boston Common.
Mayor Marty Walsh has declared Sunday, Sept. 7, “Malcolm Rogers Day," in honor of the outgoing director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
The fall season's about to heat up in the arts, but this weekend offers one of the last chances to see many of the summer offerings on the North Shore,...
Finding the right combination of culture to mine in Williamstown and North Adams.
ARTery's Greg Cook picks the 15 best art exhibitions of 2013.
"Breaking Bad" was so good it made all the other "noir" shows look mediocre, says Ed Siegel, but that didn't diminish the high quality of TV elsewhere.
Our guide to the best of this year’s fest.
Monica Castillo counts down her 10 favorite films of 2013.
ARTery critic Amelia Mason picks the best sounds of the year.
Boston’s underground music momentum and soul seemed to shift over to Jamaica Plain in 2013.
Esa-Pekka Salonen released three scintillating CDs this year. Hilary Hahn previewed her "In 27 Pieces" at the Celebrity Series of Boston. Ed Siegel pays tribute to 10 "friends."
Two hot theater pieces in New York, "Once" and "Venus in Fur," come to Boston in early January.
The American Repertory Theater's "The Glass Menagerie" and "All The Way," along with ArtsEmerson's season of world theater were the brightest theatrical stars in Boston, says Ed Siegel.