Theater & art

Art museums around Boston and beyond: Critic’s picks

HATS: AN ANTHOLOGY

BY STEPHEN JONES

More than 250 turbans, bonnets, and other imaginative hats designed by British “milliner-to-the-stars” Stephen Jones, organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Through Feb. 3. Peabody Essex Museum,

Salem. 866-745-1876, www.pem.org

JOSIAH MCELHENY: SOME PICTURES OF THE INFINITE

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Cosmic questions addressed by this talented and internationally acclaimed Boston-born artist. Through Oct. 14. Institute of Contemporary Art. 617-478-3100,

www.icaboston.com

CROSSING CULTURES:

THE OWEN AND WAGNER COLLECTION OF CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL

AUSTRALIAN ART AT THE HOOD MUSEUM OF ART

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More than 100 works of Australian indigenous art from the Hood’s collection, including acrylic paintings, bark paintings, and sculptures. Through March 10. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. 603-646-2808, hood
museum.dartmouth.edu

SEBASTIAN SMEE

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