Go feast your eyes.
This inspiring show celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of The Bauhaus.
Doris Salcedo’s mourning for the dead takes material shapes, a menagerie of curious sculptures.
Rembrandt’s casual scratches snap into recognizability with the surprise of stage magic. But there’s no trick, it’s the genuine miracle of talent.
The premise of the show, and especially the catalogue, is to put Corita Kent her rightful place in the pantheon of major American Pop artists
Starchitect Renzo Piano and his team did very well given their constraints. It is damn hard to build the right frame for so much abundant beauty.
Harvard’s team of magicians have brought the Rothko murals back to life.
Significant changes in the world of the art museum can trigger roiling controversy or transpire in problematic quiet.
The astonishing exhibition “Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge” has the strange beauty and density of a scientific diagram or star chart. You can’t examine it deeply all at once. It is best to take a certain reading, see what questions arise, and go off to your lair to think.
Bill Marx talks with the Fogg Art Museum’s Susan Dackerman about DISSENT!, an exhibit that surveys printmaking and the history of political protest. [audio:https://artsfuse.org/podcasts/protest.mp3] DISSENT!,” an illuminating exhibition (closed) at the Harvard University Art Museums through February 25, provided some valuable insight into what it was like when protest art had some cultural clout. And […]