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.
RISD Museum’s well-curated show Bona Drag is a powerful act of remembrance.
Given the tensions in our current political and social environment, conversations and alliances such as these, that generate respect through listening to the voices of others, is essential.
The renovated Hood Museum of Art feels open and free.
One sees how the keen observation and “truth to nature” that critic John Ruskin espoused was put into action by John Constable and J.M. W. Turner.
Armenian cultural history has always been about survival: between Armenians preserving their art within the shifting boundaries of their homeland, and carrying their art beyond the country’s borders.
Despite its serious treatment of surreal art, Monsters & Myths is a real delight.
Playful and political, eerie and goofy by turns, this exhibition brings together puppets, performing objects, masks, and puppet (and doll) performances on video.
Perhaps Eugène Delacroix is best regarded as a leader of the resistance to academic art, part of the transition to impressionism.