Friday, August 23, 2019

Down the Rabbit Hole

Jeanne Jaffe is not an artist who was weaned on popular culture. And yet her sculptures and installations, on display through...

The Cornell’s “Seven Solos” Immerses Visitors in Art Havens

The Cornell Art Museum’s ingeniously presented new exhibition, “Seven Solos,” is really seven exhibitions for the price of one. Each of...

The Artist: A Mermaid Tale

An artist reboots her career—and helps save our oceans in the process Two years ago, ocean-centered artist Lauren...

Boca Museum Goes “Beyond the Cape!” With Provocative Exhibit

Comic books, once the domain of adolescent jollies alongside pro wrestling and video games, have been evolving into an adult art...

A Tour of the New, and Breathtaking, Norton Museum of Art

I honestly cannot remember the last time I felt giddy just driving a past a building. The Norton Museum of Art, which finally opened to...

Where the Wild Things Are: An Elizabeth Thompson Retrospective

Monet was not the only painter entranced by water lilies. In 1998, Elizabeth Thompson found herself in Zimbabwe, painting her own landscape, to be...

Two Art Festivals to Fill Public Places This Weekend

Festival season is in full swing, and this weekend allows two free opportunities to explore visual art in public places. Hosted every two years in...

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary: It’s Easy, It’s Here, It’s Ours

“Art is a harmony parallel with nature.”— Paul Cezanne I happily attended the Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair again this year, in...

At Arts Warehouse, Home is Where the Art Is

Houses, apartments, trailers, pools and playgrounds are places humans inhabit, but they’re also the sum of their blueprints: plaster and water, metal and plywood,...

NSU Art Museum’s Retrospective a Contemporary-Art Smorgasbord

As one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol doesn’t need any more praise. Yet, as with any essential art,...
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