There were so many women artists here whose work surprises and delights. And the Wadsworth Atheneum’s decision to showcase them makes an important contribution to our evolving understanding of art and its history.
This is an invaluable gathering of interviews, an impressive excavation of institutional memory that not only recognizes the MFA’s grandeur but its many deficiencies as well.
Viewers are invited to make what they will of the show’s images — to let their imaginations come up with their own expansive and beautiful stories.
The curator’s intent is to stretch and subvert received notions of ceramics with their overtones of craft and functionality
New York has come back to life, so there is more art to see than anyone has time to visit or write about.
Mexico City settles on Columbus’ replacement, but finds that removal and substitution is agonizing in society which hasn’t changed all that much.
The quilts serve as landmarks whose significance is evolving with shifting times and demographics. Where have we come from, they ask. Where are we going? The answers are no longer what they were.
The biography raises the subject of Man Ray’s Jewish roots, but the matter is dropped pretty quickly.
By skillfully balancing the historical and the imaginative, The Mirror and the Palette is not only a delight to read, but inspirational.
At the ICA, artist Raúl de Nieves’s work is playful, joyful, and up for interpretation.