From 1984 to 2012, printmaker and professor Nancy Campbell ran the Mount Holyoke College Printmaking Workshop, where women artists like Kiki Smith and Vija Celmins produced remarkable prints.
The Coming World is an ambitious portrait of a dark future in which the world has run out of its resources, but still hasn’t found a way to “Planet B.”
Fifteen artists offer a range of ways into “sports” as a concept.
Hancock’s is a world with its own creation myths and conflicts — colorful and fun, but with serious undertones.
Thomas Krens has launched an ambitious and sprawling plan to reinvent a Massachusetts town, drawing massive amounts of tourism to the region with new, for-profit cultural spaces.
Pulling objects from the collections of Williams College, “The Field is the World” questions how these contentious histories have existed and how they can change.
Liz Glynn’s exhibit at Mass MoCA serves as a reminder of the value in our present moment, as we engage in the work without the distractions of the outside world.
Activists in Russia are protesting the recent order by Russian authorities to destroy a digital print by the art collective Rodina.
Locals like me don’t visit the Berkshire Museum to look at famous paintings. Why did 40 artworks become the center of a national controversy?