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In ‘Edward Hopper’s New York,’ a city and artist forever entwined

Hopper’s affection for the city comes through in this expansive survey including more than 200 paintings and drawings.

At Yale, Fazal Sheikh exposes the elements in every sense

With its 150 images of desert and depredation, ‘Exposures’ shows harsh realities.

Looking back at an experiment in looking and learning at MIT

The MIT Museum’s "To Look and Learn: The Creative Photography Laboratory at MIT" documents a varied and vital visual era at the institute.

A stitch in time at Concord Center for the Visual Arts, which turns 100 this year

Sixteen artists explore textiles, touch, and care in a companion exhibit honoring artist and founder Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts.

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Inside Mass MoCA, EJ Hill’s ‘Break Run Helix,’ is a rideable roller coaster that does double duty as art

The artist's coaster relies only on gravity and momentum to propel its rider along its whiplash-inducing course.

LEGO versions of the Mona Lisa, ‘Starry Night,’ coming to Boston

Michelangelo’s “David," Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, and Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” will all be on display in Boston starting Friday — their LEGO versions, that is.

Fuller Craft Museum offers ‘Food Justice’ for thought

A new exhibition looks at how capitalism affects what we consume — and how we can grow "a healthier community through art."

A camera cornucopia in the Seaport; drawers, but not drawings, in Brookline

"Your Work Here" showcases the work of Photographic Resource Center members; with Jessica Burko’s "Fractured & Found," photography collaborates with furniture.