These exhibitions present two very different ways of engaging with gender, both raising the question of gaze.
This crowd-pleaser of an exhibition, dedicated to an accessible, beloved artist, is a gift to the citizens of Boston and Everett, as well as to the general public.
Of course, there can be no happiness in America without lots of corporate support.
Pakistani-born artist Huma Bhabha is still very much at the edge of edgy; Georgia O’Keeffe much less so.
In more pedantic hands, Little Dancer Aged Fourteen could easily have been a tedious and frustrating read. Instead, despite the dense and ultimately inconclusive source material, the book is continuously fascinating.
This is the most extensive public display of original J.R.R. Tolkien material for several generations.
This inspiring show celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of The Bauhaus.
In very different ways and on very different topics, three recent books assuage notions that architecture/design books are formidable reads.
I fell for the Harry Dodge exhibition, but I confess to not entirely ‘getting the picture.’
In Garciela Iturbide’s photographs, the living and the dying are often joined at the (exposed) skeletal hip.