I’m early, but the gallery receptionist tells me that Stanley will be right down. Right down from where, I wonder. The artist, Stanley Whitney, has an exhibition of new work opening this week at Gagosian in London and will be spending the next couple of months in Paris with his wife Marina Adams, who is […]

March 24, 2023 ASU expert says World Meteorological Organization — which turns 150 — was 1st attempt at true international cooperation Before the League of Nations and the United Nations, it’s a little-known fact that advanced scientific cooperation on a global scale had already commenced.  The issue that brought nations together: weather.  This year, the […]

Some people wear their hearts on their sleeve, but in Nicole Kidman’s case, she prefers to wear it around her neck (flawlessly, may we add).

SPRINGFIELD — They brought scaffolds and paint, but the improvements this squad had in mind were new to Springfield’s Winchester Square. As work on a bright and bold mural progressed, people from the neighborhood, now known as Mason Square, stopped by. A child named Marcus was a regular. “We had a little show going on,” […]

Art is at the core of the PPC’s work supporting people impacted by the criminal justice system. The opening exhibit at “Let’s Get Free” features a wall of handmade paper sheets affixed with short handwritten notes and a polaroid picture of the author. These sheets were made at PPC’s expungement clinics, where people with criminal […]

The Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio has hired Brooke A. Minto as its next executive director and CEO. She replaces Nannette Maciejunes, who retired at the end of 2022 after 20 years leading the museum. Minto’s first day at CMA will be May 15. Minto is an arts administrator, art historian, and educator who […]

The pieces in this temporary show mix the disturbing with the comic. San Francisco: Advances in artificial intelligence are coming so hard and fast that a museum in San Francisco, the beating heart of the tech revolution, has imagined a memorial to the demise of humanity. “Sorry for killing most of humanity person with smile […]

The Now Evening Auction at Sotheby’s in May 2022. Courtesy of Sotheby’s. If you are looking for information on how representation in museums and the art market has evolved over time, here is a broad selection of takeaways from the Burns Halperin Report 2022.    Female Artists In Museums Mary Beth Edelson, Some Living American […]

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DORCHESTER — A local Boston artist is working to tell the stories of Black Americans and Black American history through “street art.” “Breaking down segregation in schools was a major thing, I was a part of that. I was in the Metco program for high school, so I’m a product of these stories,” said George […]

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