visual art, museums, galleries, architecture, design, crafts
Photographer Daniel Jackson, as well as two of the people he profiled, join us.
Egon Schiele's drawings are mostly dazzling watercolors; many of Gustav Klimt's are spare and simple, says critic Lloyd Schwartz.
After being separated for two centuries, four sacred reliquaries created by Renaissance artist Fra Angelico are reunited in Boston.
Gonson spent the '80s and early '90s chronicling the moment when underground rock burst into the mainstream and punk and metal collided to beget grunge.
Dave Cole's sculpture "The Music Box" is part of the Fitchburg Art Museum's new exhibit "Fantastical, Political."
There's a free day at the ICA, movies at Faneuil Hall, music at the Gardner Museum and a Black History Month Tour at the Davis.
Rodriguez is currently an artist-in-residence at DAP where she has used the space to create fantastical works that make use of drawing, collage, photography and animation.
"Artists are using different types of technology pretty much like any other material. And artists have practically always adopted technology as soon as it was available."
The Berkshire Museum said the deal would allow it to sell the 40 works of art, but with some conditions.
The exhibit displays work by 25 artists of color who have been inspired in part by Hendricks, a painter and photographer who became famous for his vibrant, regal portraits of...
“I think Escher liked to entertain as well as intrigue – and I think those two things are constantly in tension in his work," says an MFA curator.
The state's highest court is looking for a little help.
Through lectures, film screenings, exhibits and interactive experiences, 14 institutions are teaming up to question the role of technology in our daily lives.
The show is a "snapshot," not a survey, of artists who sometimes get left out of the more typical mainstream museum exhibits on fashion," writes Pamela Reynolds.
Their work is rooted in their identity as Iranians in the U.S. at a time when they feel their country has been stigmatized.
Taking photos on their iPhones from the confines of a moving car, Rosamond and Dennis Purcell create images that deftly mirror our splintered, high-speed world.
Three local children’s authors called the original mural "deeply hurtful" for its stereotypical depiction of a Chinese man with chopsticks.
Growing up in South Korea, artist On-Kyeong Seong watched her mother sew intricate embroidery for her factory job while her father pursued a career as a portrait painter.
With the help of Northeastern University, a team of scholars, students and volunteers created an online interactive archive of more than 6,000 posters and pieces of artwork from last year's...
Jay Hale's "Get Off the Ramp! 22 Years of Photography at The Middle East" runs through Jan. 31.