Three bold new public art installations underscore the possibilities of visual and conceptual experiences in 21st century Boston.
Cartagena is a 500-year old urban jewel in the Caribbean. But climate change and rising sea levels threaten its heritage.
An organization dedicated to making Boston a vibrant, contemporary art city.
The Fuller Craft Museum’s appealing and thoughtful exhibit showcases a wonderful assemblage of diverse utensils and accessories used in domestic as well as professional kitchens.
A visionary ‘Paper Architect’ who influenced popular culture as well as a generation of architects.
Local examples of immersive aesthetic and sensual experimentation as forms of cultural experience.
“The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist” is a rare transformative piece of public art.
The branding for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics is colorful, but not visually overwhelming like some of its predecessors
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.