“You don’t have to make things easy for them,” says Red Star about her new exhibition for children at MASS MoCA.
Like memory, Turrell‘s work exists outside of space and time and sound.
Discussing her solo show at MASS MoCA, the interdisciplinary artist explained, “When I’m talking about ‘We Already Have What We Need,’ what I’m really trying to talk about is our anxiety as human beings about how to live.”
Hancock’s is a world with its own creation myths and conflicts — colorful and fun, but with serious undertones.
Worlds collide in a new Meryl Streep-narrated documentary that traces the evolution of Mass MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts.
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.
Spending time in Laurie Anderson’s “The Chalkroom” reminded me of Terry Gilliam’s film, Time Bandits, where what seems like an endless landscape is revealed to be a mirror when someone breaks it.
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?
Elizabeth King experiments with human perception in her installation of mannequin-like sculptures at MASS MoCA.
At MASS MoCA, sculptures by Lonnie Holley and Dawn DeDeaux reflect the environmental and political state of the earth today.
Into the Light, which will remain on long-term view at the museum, brings together installations from every stage of Turrell’s five-decade career.
On May 28, Building 6, a three-story structure that was renovated by architecture firm Bruner/Cott, opened on the museum’s industrial campus and doubled its gallery footprint.