A valuable reminder that the provinces have their advantages, as the Shelburne Museum devotes lavish attention to a Vermont master.
Visual Arts Review: “Titian: Women, Myth & Power” — The Furious Force of Transcendent Artistry
It’s hard to adequately describe what a momentous exhibition this is.
Visual Arts Review: “Painting Edo” — Lessons About Art and the Good Society
Go feast your eyes.
The Annual Arts Fuse Holiday Gift Roundup — Tips From Enthusiasts
[Updated] Wondering about what to give the arts and culture lover on your gift list? No problem—the sage writers for The Arts Fuse (with an assist from our readers) come to the rescue with thoughtful suggestions.
Judicial Review #5: After the Hoopla — The MFA’s New Art of the Americas Wing
Success assured? Critics and others discuss whether the MFA’s new wing, The Art of the Americas, lives up to the hype generated by the opening in the latest Judicial Review.
Visual Arts Review: The Art of Leonardo Drew — An Abstract World Subject to Abstract Laws
Leonardo Drew has taken Louise Nevelson’s signature Cubist cabinets and turned them into something greater. By Franklin Einspruch. The career arc of Leonardo Drew began curling upwards over 20 years ago, and by the time his reputation had spread nationally in the early 1990s, identity politics had become an established feature of the art world. […]
Visual Arts Commentary: Alex Katz — Superficiality Equals Profundity?
Through July 29th, the MFA in Boston is presenting “Alex Katz Prints.” Time to take a look at Arts Fuse Critic Franklin Einspruch’s thoughts on the artist, posted about an exhibition of Katz’s paintings at the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine.