Tag Archives: painting

States of Nature

[Ed. Note: After this story published, the Yale University Art Gallery announced it would be closing to the public from March 13 to April 15, 2020, due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.]

On my way into the Yale University …

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Messengers

“The medium is the message,” Marshall McLuhan famously proclaimed back in 1964. …

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The Shape of Things

In painting after painting in Shilo Ratner’s soon-ending solo exhibition at DaSilva Gallery, big blocks of color meet contrasting angles and lines and bands. …

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Master Strokes

Step into the exhibition Eileen Hogan: Personal Geographies, on view at the Yale Center for British Art through August 11, and you’ll know you’re in the presence of a master. …

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Unsettling In

We have expectations of our furniture: that it will be comfortable, sturdy, beautiful, useful. But…

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Seers

Some numbers carry more value than others. Some carry more weight. …

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Faithful Interpretations

Szopki detail in Christmas in Poland at the Knights of Columbus Museum

A photo essay. To view all 27 images, check out the email version.

The annual Christmastime crèche exhibition at…

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Mural Support

One of the most valued items in the Great Hall at the Peabody Museum of Natural History is only 71 years old, a mere newborn compared to the fossilized bones of the museum’s famous brontosaurus. …

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Near and Wide

Two days before the launch of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios festival, the Orange Street headquarters of organizer Artspace was awhirl with color and activity. …

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Maker Space

The artist-teachers at Creative Arts Workshop make what they do look easy. Their students know it’s not. …

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