Ringgold’s first solo exhibition in New England in nearly 15 years is centered around her story quilt “Picasso’s Studio”, a cornerstone of the museum’s collection.
Presented by Boston Center for the Arts and Bodega, this weekend-long event in November features artist books, prints, workshops, and more by over 140 exhibitors.
The Iranian artist creates work that moves beyond cliché to create a new visual language about existing freely in the world.
Humane Ecology at the Clark Art Institute asks viewers to consider different interpretations of nature, including those of people who have been marginalized, silenced, and erased.
Pamela Pecchio, Qais Assali, Zora J. Murff, Leslie Rogers, and Ihnmi Jon have joined the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University as full-time faculty.
An eclectic group of small paintings created in New England, France, New York, and California make up It Takes Time in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Donna Dodson’s “Seagull Cinderella” is returning for public display again in New Bedford, Massachusetts, reigniting old concerns about the “bird with boobs.”
The characters populating the artist’s paintings subvert the gender binary by combining masculine dandy finery with high femme elements.
Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute presents free public art exhibitions and numerous programs in New Bedford that are rooted in the value of shelter.
The Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association claims that Peter Stephenson’s “Wounded Indian” was stolen from its collection in the 1950s.
In Sherpa’s art, Tibet and California, thangka and pop art, Buddha and Mickey Mouse mingle and morph to create a new visual language.
Work from MFA candidates at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design is on view in Boston at MassArt x SoWa and on campus, with public artist talks on May 26.