It’s hard to adequately describe what a momentous exhibition this is.
This Is a Robbery is the most complete and compelling narrative yet about the looting of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
No other concerts I’ve heard this summer can come close to the thrill I experienced hearing the Borromeo Quartet.
The journey of Anders Zorn, from Swedish hamlet to the top echelon of society portraitists and back again, has a couple of messages for us. The first leg of the journey tells us that careerism is not a new phenomenon in the art world. The second tells us what it may be worth in the end.
February feels like the ‘New November’: concerts of real interest during the weekdays and too many great concerts during the weekends.
The Anonymous 4 went through their medieval and early Renaissance paces, vibrato-less but historically informed and performed.
A gorgeous documentary examines the 1990 heist of priceless art from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. By Betsy Sherman It must be hard to decide at what point to undertake a documentary about an ongoing investigation. What if events conspire to make the film you’ve shot seem half-baked, or even irrelevant? Rebecca Dreyfus’ “Stolen,” about […]