Mary Ann Unger worked against the idea of the solitary (male) genius, creating a model of life and work that empowers artists like her daughter, Eve Biddle.
Down Иorth: North Atlantic Triennial and CHART suggest a model of regional exhibition-making that refutes the essentialism common in contemporary art.
Sharona Franklin’s artwork is a celebration and commemoration of what is gained and lost with scientific advances that result in biohazardous waste.
Morrisroe’s works are photographic in material, painterly in aesthetic, and completely performative in concept.
BOSTON — Paul Ramirez Jonas has challenged the idea of public space — and how it is demarcated from the private — throughout his 25-five year career of making highly formal participatory work.
WALTHAM, Mass. — Who Does She Think She Is? is a remarkable monographic exhibition of Rosalyn Drexler’s varied work.