Though hundreds in the Boston area signed the June 2020 Open Letter from Boston Arts and Cultural Workers in Demand of Racial Equity and Social Transformation that began this inquiry, listing their professional affiliations along with their names on the petition, many have been reluctant to talk about what they or their institutions have done or plan to do since making these commitments.
Institute of Contemporary Art
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For Levy, the conscious decision to build her business in Boston was both an economical one and one related to Boston’s unique ability to foster the development of arts entrepreneurs in the early stages of their careers.
The experience was immersive. It expanded the world and left it that way, bowing as if to say, “This space is yours now. Add to the sound.”
Documentary on the history of black photographers sees New England Premiere at ICA.
We see that the past can't be changed, but how we remember it and teach it is controlled by those images we scour and share today, whether they be dug up in an archive or snapped on your cell phone camera.
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.