There were a lot of hands on deck in the creation of Être, a new exhibit opening in Allston this coming weekend. Billed by its creators as a “fully collaborative free-form mixed media and photography mash-up set of images,” the project came together at Red Sky studios, and was assisted by a crew of more than 10 participants, from models to gaffers to stylists.
They barely move, but are distinctly not still, hovering above with all of the tension of a cat about to pounce—but never pouncing—on a mouse that is you.
We’ve been ogling Strangers in Boston all week
Dana Schutz has not yet painted a canvas that didn’t make me wish that I was looking at a Judith Linhares instead. That said, I’m glad I could see any Schutzes at the ICA, which wouldn’t have happened if it were up to some local busybodies bent on punishing ...
Celebrating DIY culture in the Hub
Aristotle Forrester’s churning canvases take an abstract-expressionist attitude to an effort to depict Arcadia, the pastoral vision of harmony that has been a mainstay of the Western imagination since the Renaissance. This is an apt way to go about it in 2017, ...