Frances Stark is making art about art about art..
Rembrandt’s casual scratches snap into recognizability with the surprise of stage magic. But there’s no trick, it’s the genuine miracle of talent.
Benton’s art looks very much of its time, especially this selection of work that relates to cinema. Don’t let that fool you.
Nothing takes center stage except the canvases by Helen Frankenthaler, which invite comparisons to every other piece in “Pretty Raw” and demolish the majority of them.
Harvard’s team of magicians have brought the Rothko murals back to life.
With the wild array of video, digital, performance, and public artists we have here, Illuminus is a natural event for Boston to host.
Goya: Order and Disorder is likely the most important exhibition on the New England museum calendar for the coming year and then some.
Despite producing atmospheres reminiscent of smoke, rust, and acid, a streak of joy runs through Lester Johnson’s paintings.
John Heliker, by some alchemy that frankly baffles me, is able to give an evening quality to the light in scenes that are clearly taking place during the day.
Awe-striking passages of deft realism are easy to find throughout the show. Wholly satisfying paintings, resolved from edge to edge and full of convincing purpose, are not.