March 18 marks the unsolved crime's 30th anniversary and the notorious event continues to take a cultural -- and emotional -- toll.
In a joint statement, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Harvard Art Museums have all announced that they will...
The immersive installation at the Dorchester Art Project draws upon the artist’s ever-evolving perspective of the queer body.
The exhibition at Rose Art Museum, Garcia’s first solo show in the U.S., is an ascetic yet impassionate assemblage of gestures musing on the thwarted passions of a Russian revolutionary.
The artist is like a magpie, picking shiny fragments from myriad artistic and cultural traditions and rearranging them to striking effect.
During her 13-year tenure, the independent state arts agency has distributed millions in grant funding from the state and the National Endowment of the Arts.
A new group exhibition explores the rituals and relics of everyday lives, and the meditation of secular routine particularly among people with marginalized identities.
Michael C. Thorpe's large-scale portraits are as much like paintings as quilts, soft cubist collages in sunny colors.
The MFA is running three very compelling shows simultaneously, from Lucian Freud’s haunting paintings, to Elsa Dorfman’s cheery photos, to a collection of self-portraits on paper.
An exhibition of painter Jacob Lawrence is a searing indictment of methodical erasures in our history, and a call to recommit to the democratic principles of liberty and justice for...
MAAM’s first three exhibits each deal with the nature of systems and relationships and also offer spaces for viewers to meet.
MAAM will show rotating exhibits of contemporary art, while a cohort of MassArt students will learn the business of maintaining this 15,000 square foot space.
After decades of anonymity, Thomas McKeller gets top billing in a new show at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
"No matter your identity, these exhibits will make you question what you know while providing (some) tools for you to excavate meaning out of your visit," writes Arielle Gray.
A writer reflects on how she sees herself and black bodies, and how they're seen through the eyes of others.
Featuring the work of 15 artists who grapple with loss and the spiritual connection between the living and dead, the exhibit explores the acts of mourning, ritual and reverence.
Artist Stephanie Cole’s constructions and intricate assemblages, often fantastical and whimsical, are almost exclusively autobiographical, exploring the daily household victories and tragedies.
The plan still needs to pass muster with the Boston Arts Commission, the Boston Landmark Commission and the Boston Parks Department.
The exhibit at the Tufts Aidekman Arts Center includes 51 works by 34 artists who in the past 40 years have examined aspects of a sprawling system that now imprisons...
In a solo show, the significance of Godine’s figures is left completely (and refreshingly) to the interpretation of the viewer.