Our critics sound off on some of their most striking visual art experiences this year.
With MOCK, the artist has made made an exceptionally powerful statement, conceptually and physically, about Boston’s increasingly dire affordable housing predicament.
Watershed is an unadorned but stunning addition to the offerings at the deCordoba Sculpture Park and Museum.
Judy McKie draws on a personal mythology in which animal and plant forms become abstracted yet recognizable, anthropomorphic while remaining strangely primeval.
Brandeis’ Rose Art Museum presents a creative, insightful look at urban blight.
Thankfully, public art has become much more than murals for blank wall spaces.
20th Century Modern Architectural Greatness
Award-winning author and critic Fiona MacCarthy is out to change wrong-headed perceptions of Walter Gropius in her biography. And she succeeds.
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.