In a time when everyday seems like Wednesday, creative use of new media is a visual and experiential bridge to our new and hopefully innovative normal.
Long live Fluxus, with its questionable boxes of ephemera, its baggy bags of soil, and its mad prankster sensibility.
Aside from making generalities about “making good photographs” and “earning a living,” celebrated photographer Elliott Erwitt steadfastly refuses to be drawn out.
The art of Blane De St. Croix comes at the viewer via a multivalent attack on the staggering challenges posed by irreparable climate change.
The City of Boston needs to think seriously about maintaining its distinctive charm, and street furniture is a very powerful tool to that end, when strategically applied.
An appreciation of a footbridge that intertwines nature with our humanity.
Today, our perception of the environment has become narrowed, defensive: the outside world has become worrisome, dangerous, aspirational, and changing.
Take the poems slowly, enjoy the Cage-y silences, the concentrated words as they appear.
Boston’s most celebrated piece of public art was one of 16 monuments irresponsibly defaced during the recent protests.
Christo’s Art — Conceptual, Temporary, Monumental, and Always Memorable