Thursday, December 12, 2019

The Art of Climate Change

Aphoristically, rising tides may lift all boats. Literally, however, rising tides are slowly but methodically disrupting our ecosystem to the point...

A New Artistic Language: Stacey Mandell Infuses Shorthand Into Art

For an innovative law clerk-turned-artist, there was little trial and error necessary Stacey Mandell is a fast...

Beauty & Unease Coexist in Carol Prusa’s “Dark Light”

For an eerie moment, while staring at Carol Prusa’s “Twilight (Persophone),” I wondered if somebody had slipped a little something under...

Girls & Guns: Classic Film Posters Sell Sensation at the Norton

At the tail end of the golden age of movie posters, the Japanese knew, perhaps even better than the Americans, that...

Astronaut Scott Kelly Takes the Long View

Plenty has been written about the deleterious effects of social media. On the flipside, we have astronaut Scott Kelly’s #YearInSpace—which is...

Art & Culture Center Deconstructs Puppet Shows

“Personify,” the imaginative, if demographically muddled, summer exhibition at Hollywood’s Art & Culture Center, is what happens when childhood whimsy is...

Boca Museum Receives Landmark NEA Funding For “Tree of Knowledge”

The Boca Raton Museum of Art’s ongoing efforts to diversify its audience base, showcase relevant and renowned art, and form bonds...

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...
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