Adriana Varejão’s paintings bleed. Torn maps bulge with exposed gore and the organs that lay beneath the leathery surface. Pools of blood spill across clean, orderly tiles, devoid of any human presence. ...
Violence and race relations on display in new ICA exhibit by Adriana Varejão.
Pat Falco’s project “Untitled November,” leads us to Dwight Street, where we hop into a dumpster together to view a snide piece about “AFFORDABLE HOUSING.” Eschewing art world clichés, he strives to present and create work that is approachable, humorous, and, perhaps above all, honest.
Eschewing art world clichés, he strives to present and create work that is approachable, humorous, and, perhaps above all, honest.
If you're a student who blew through your semester’s savings by the end of September, someone who hands over each paycheck directly to their landlord, or someone busy working to find work, sneezing next to one of greater Boston's many arts institutions can feel like an overdraft threat to your bank account. That should’t be the case, and in many instances, it’s not.
If your schedule doesn't align with the Harvard Art Museums' opening celebration freebies, there are still a couple of ways for your shoes to be among the first to scuff the floors on the cheap.
“I’m over folks who have historically had power and dominance over ‘real-life’ spaces (white cis able-bodied men) denouncing the Internet as a site of political and cultural work. I think the Internet has surely been a tremendous space—coupled with on-the-ground grassroots struggle—to develop and carry out movement strategies. I believe in linking the two.”
On his first solo album, folk singer Joe Fletcher may have offered the warning, You’ve Got The Wrong Man, but for the purposes of Nave Annex Gallery’s upcoming art show, he seems just the artist for the job.
By the time I say all this out loud, Thomas Page McBee will likely be a ubiquitous name in literary circles, and folks will scratch their chins as I remind them that before Man Alive was assigned to every high school student in the land, such stories of staggering transgender triumph hadn't yet become part of the American narrative.
Images by Scott Murry unless otherwise noted
One hour before a midnight screening, Mark Anastasio, program manager at Brookline’s Coolidge Corner Theatre, is firming up his pre-show introduction. Tonight’s film is John Carpenter’s classic They Live, the satirical tale of a ...