Host Elizabeth Howard talks to Stephanie Dockery, who manages Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Public Art Challenge, about how cities across the country are making use of public art projects.
Visual Arts Commentary: A Model for Urban Revitalization
The Rose Kennedy Greenway’s Dewey Square mural program is one of the best in the world.
Visual Arts Commentary: Digital Media — Public Art Is a Bridge to Our New Normal
In a time when everyday seems like Wednesday, creative use of new media is a visual and experiential bridge to our new and hopefully innovative normal.
Arts Remembrance: Christo, Master of Ephemeral Public Art
Christo’s Art — Conceptual, Temporary, Monumental, and Always Memorable
Visual Arts Commentary: Now + There — Reinterpreting Public Art in the Civic Environment
An organization dedicated to making Boston a vibrant, contemporary art city.
Visual Arts Review: London’s Fourth Plinth — A Brilliant Public Artwork in Central London
“The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist” is a rare transformative piece of public art.
Visual Art Review: Public Art at Boston’s Fenway Neighborhood’s Pierce Boston Tower
A lost opportunity for the developers, arquitectonica, and artist Alexandre da Cunha.
Visual Arts: Strandbeests — Theo Jansen’s Divine Machinery
Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculptures delightfully blur the conventional lines that divide art, science, and storytelling.
Visual Arts: Giant White Bunnies at the Lawn on D — Down the Pop Culture Rabbit Hole
In recent years several serious artists, Amanda Parer among them, have created giant inflatable pieces with the aim of making cultural/political statements.
Fuse Visual Arts Feature: The Pentalum at Lawn on D — A Marvelously Trippy Light Show
“Pentalum” is an example of soft, temporal architecture: its geometric sculptural forms push against the boundaries of an interactive environmental art installation.