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Plastic is persistent. And so were organizers of this Arlington art installation

Michelle Lougee's "“Persistence: A Community Response to Pervasive Plastic" can be viewed along the Minuteman Bikeway.

How New York’s downtown scene set the stage for Jean-Michel Basquiat

Writer and curator Greg Tate reflects on that porous moment in music and art history.

New England’s top 10 museum stops for fall

Season highlights include Claude Monet, Winslow Homer, and a tribute to fashion's revolutionary women.

MFA’s big Basquiat show testifies to the hip-hop revolution

The show also makes the case — with joy and plenty of great music — that the post-graffiti savant didn't come out of nowhere.

Architect draws acclaim (and a $50,000 award) for research into schools for the deaf

Jeffrey Mansfield, a design director for MASS Design Group, was named a Disability Futures Fellow by the Ford and Mellon foundations.

ICA is the host institution for the 2022 US Venice Biennale entry

The museum will present work by Simone Leigh, the first Black woman to represent the United States at the prestigious exhibition.

Boston artists put domestic violence awareness on the table

One-of-a-kind plates are a tradition at the annual REACH Beyond Domestic Violence fund-raiser.


He says another woman is the one who got away

Decide whether this couple should get married. Are both parties settling?