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The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art opened Tuesday night at the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research after a discussion with curators David Adjaya and Mariane Ibrahim-Lenhart. The Pigozzi Contemporary Art Collection will be on view Oct. 21, 2014 through Jan. 8.
The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art opened Tuesday night at the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research after a discussion with curators David Adjaya and Mariane Ibrahim-Lenhart, moderated by Henry Louis Gates.
"Hurricane Noel," a 2007 work by Nathalie Miebach, blends data and sculpture together.
Employed as a court painter by four successive Spanish monarchs and beloved for his flattering paintings of aristocrats and intellectuals, Goya was also gifted with a perceptive eye for human nature and the sociopolitical changes of his country, as suggested by his sometimes mordant lithographs, prints, and etchings.
Persuasive and engaging, digital visualizations are opening up new frontiers of understanding and sharing information, as well as creating new risks.
University President Drew G. Faust and several art specialists agreed on the importance of art museums on university campuses at a panel discussion Thursday afternoon.
A critique of the increasingly influential designers suggests that youthful vivacity can trump sleek sophistication.
Shinique Smith's mural "'Seven Moon' Junction" recently opened in Dewey Square Park.
Janet Echelman installed her largest sculpture to date at the 2014 TED Conference. "Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks" spanned 745 feet across the waterfront in in Vancouver, suspended from skyscrapers.
Ranging from coffee mugs to Thanksgiving turkey plates, Brandl's work boasts compelling scenes set in the artist’s Midwest childhood home that poke, prod, and unsettle the viewer with their piquant historical allusions, terse humor, and sharp social commentaries.
Public art is getting bigger in Boston. Throughout Beantown, artists are taking to the streets, creating large-scale works that encourage citizens to embrace the city’s public spaces.
Documentary photographer Kevin Bubriski told the story of Nepal in photos Thursday, explaining how Nepalese culture has evolved since the 1970.