The epicenter of the exhibition, “Studio as Theatre,” is a dazzling feat of curatorial finesse and spectacular design.
Louis DiBiccari on drafting all-star teams of Boston’s most inventive chefs, artists, and bartenders
The situation has resulted in a complaint that echoes daily in studios, galleries, and museums around the city: “How can Boston sustain a vibrant art scene if the news media ignores it?”
Alumni, students demand reinstatement of MFA program founder
Steve McQueen’s Ashes makes its US premiere at the ICA
A new exhibit reveals nonphysical bruises in healing light
It can be challenging to make art of any kind that asks people to engage with hard and heavy and ugly issues, but if you look for it there are artists everywhere taking it on.
Italian Renaissance Books at the Gardner
A spectacular William Merritt Chase show at the MFA
Childe Hassam and the Isles of Shoals at the PEM