Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
Arts and Sciences
Cartagena is a 500-year old urban jewel in the Caribbean. But climate change and rising sea levels threaten its heritage.
Two stories about how a public process, because of politics, can make it very difficult, and costly, to connect two points.
The nagging question: why didn’t the ICA didn’t create a building that offered options to be developed vertically?
Kelly Joan Whitmer does two things very well: she tells a vibrant tale of intellectual reform and shines a light on less prominent historical actors in the history of science.
Whether art can comfortably exist in this thoroughly commercial frame is a question for the ages. Let’s say that whether this show succeeds is firmly in the eye of the beholder.
Today, the fountain at Copley Place feels embarrassing in some way; not its form or execution, but its very existence.
“Reading Ḥayy Ibn-Yaqẓān” is a mesmerizing study that will enchant anyone interested in interdisciplinary, cross-cultural explorations of the history of science that transform the way we look at the past and the present.
A two week stay in Paris, April 11 through 26, delivered the sights and sounds crooned about in the well-known songs.
According to our docile mainstream media, Boston enjoys a perpetual Renaissance — the merchandise in the cultural window is always worth buying. And that predictability makes for very boring journalism.