When an opportunity to celebrate USCO’s pioneering work came along, I just had to curate it.
These institutions visually and physically reflected Portuguese art and culture.
A graphic designer who created some of the most strategic corporate logos of the 20th century.
Soft Thresholds is about opening up physical boundaries: an elephant village is one of a number of the firm’s marvelous examples of this commitment.
An outstanding production of a Stephen Sondheim musical that was initially thought to be a misfire.
Ettore Sottsass saw design as more than just an aesthetic achievement: it ideally served up an indelible experience.
With Vibrations: A Sound Experience, Boston CyberArts continued to live up to its demanding mandate — to expand our artistic horizons.
Two stories about how a public process, because of politics, can make it very difficult, and costly, to connect two points.
The stunning show Frank Stella Prints offers visual entertainment at its most exhilarating.
We are given a priceless opportunity to see how Matisse’s mind worked and the ways his creative process unfolded.