I am often skeptical of protest art behind glass, yet I still cannot deny the pleasure of experiencing politically charged artworks in a venue making the effort.
Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons
Online Discussions on LGBTQ+ Portraiture and More by the National Portrait Gallery
PORTAL, the National Portrait Gallery’s Scholarly Center, announces a series of Zoom webinars featuring artists, curators, and scholars in conversation about portraiture and performance art.
A Multisensory Trip to Cuba’s Dark, Sugar-Filled Past
SALEM, Mass. — When Europeans first tasted sugar during the Crusades, they immediately begged for more.
Sourcing Local for Boston Art
Greg Cook is proud to be a yokel. As an art critic for The Boston Phoenix weekly, an independent blogger and artist, Greg is a staunch fan and supporter of the Boston contemporary art community. What bugs him about this city’s art scene is that he might have a better opinion of the scene than it does of itself. In a series of blog posts on his New England Journal for Aesthetic Research, Greg has outlined a Yokelist manifesto for a Boston art community with enough confidence to drive itself to greater heights, art world capital or not.