Show running until June 26; Art Walk, June 3; Artist's Talk, June 17
SELF CARE AND THE “WILD WOMAN ARCHETYPE”
Catalina Viejo Lopez de Roda’s intimate pandemic works come to Dot
EDITORIAL: THE ARTS SPEECH
GALLERY REVIEW: Dana Schutz: Dana Schutz—Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
GALLERY REVIEW: Writhe & Resolve: Aspects of Arcadia—Matter & Light
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, ...
GALLERY REVIEW: Anthony Palocci Jr.: It Can’t Rain All The Time—How’s Howard?
Snooze, a tight painting of an alarm clock reading 6:03, commences Anthony Palocci’s group of thirteen paintings. Is that 6:03 am or pm? It feels either too early or too late. This bit of agita followed me as I wended ...
GALLERY REVIEW: Phyllis Berman and Anne Lilly: Stillness—Room 83 Spring
Phyllis Berman and Anne Lilly take polar-opposite approaches in their exhibition at Room 83 Spring, yet their dual showing is surprisingly fluid in its move from one artist to the next. Contrast Berman’s quasi-trompe l’oeils of pendulous plumb bobs to ...
REORDERING THE RAINBOW
The geographic and stylistic travels of Anya Smolnikova
Musa Collective is the result of some ambitious graduates of Boston University’s MFA program from the mid-2000s coming together to operate an alternative space in Allston. Open by appointment only, it is significantly less accessible than your typical Harrison ...
GOING DUTCH: CLASS DISTINCTIONS: DUTCH PAINTING IN THE AGE OF REMBRANDT AND VERMEER
A stunning, invaluable exhibit opens at the MFA.
POST ART: DENISE PRICE IS LEADING A SMALL COLLABORATIVE ART MOVEMENT TO THE MAILBOX
“Everybody who touches it, especially Bostonians, are almost moved by the fact that it’s something more permanent,” Price says of her book’s appeal. “I think that people are moving back towards paper.”