Tag Archives: visual art

Frame of Mind

Visiting an art museum usually means strolling past hundreds of works. Lingering before the ones that capture your interest, you might…

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Human Dimension

The hands are all over. Some are working: measuring a length of thread, tightening a vise, reaching to pull someone else up by the hand. Others are…

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Code Director

For artist Dan Gries, the tool of choice is a laptop, and the medium is computer code. …

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Sewing and Reaping

The geometric pattern in shades of red appears at first to be random. …

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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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Art Attack

Photos exhibited by Ebony B in Erector Square

A photo essay. To view all 31 images, check out the email version.

Last Saturday and Sunday, the 2018 edition of City-Wide Open Studios, a…

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Photographic Memory

Ela Theresa Talbot was one of the first children ever to be photographed. …

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Pretty Pleas

Kehler Liddell Gallery

I sit in front of Hong Hong’s 8×12-foot work on paper with Shakespeare on my mind. …

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Work, and Play

Installation work by Jesse Peck

A photo essay.

The “Game On!” theme of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios has meant lots of games to play, especially last weekend at the expansive Goffe Street Armory. …

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What’s New?

At the Yale Center for British Art—which reopens to the public today after a 16-month closure, signaling the end of a broader conservation and renovation project begun in 2008—the answer to the title’s question is nothing, and everything. …

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