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SEVEN WEEKS OF SUMMER

At the Clark, proof that Auguste Rodin is still the man

The French sculptor and his dramatic, sensuous forms are the subject of "Rodin in America: Confronting the Modern."

SEVEN WEEKS OF SUMMER

This summer, cool down with some art and culture

Got a lazy summer day you’re looking to fill? From Guston at the MFA to Rob "Problak" Gibbs’s mural for Dewey Square, here are some must-sees around the city.

At the Gardner, Maurice Sendak’s journey from page to stage

"Drawing the Curtain" offers a portrait of the artist as a set and costume designer for productions including "The Nutcracker," "The Love for Three Oranges," and — of course — "Where the Wild Things Are."

ART REVIEW

Artists take ‘The Long View’ at Bromfield Gallery

Boston’s Napoleon Jones-Henderson shaped this show featuring five artists of color, himself included.

‘Touching roots’ and connecting cultural histories at the MFA

The exhibition "Black Ancestral Legacies in the Americas" helps tell an alternate history of both 20th-century American art and of the museum itself.

ART REVIEW

Patrick Kelly’s radical ‘Runway of Love’ at Peabody Essex Museum

The exhibition is a joyful walk through the life and career of the Mississippi-born, Paris-based late designer whose fashion fused ideas about race, culture, and identity.

‘On the Edge’: A lively West Coast collection lands in Watertown

An exhibition at the Armenian Museum of America celebrates the made-in-California collecting style of Joan Agajanian Quinn and her late husband, Jack.

Why art therapy may work when other approaches don’t

Art therapy has a way of letting the body speak when words don’t suffice. And why one state senator wants to establish licensure for those who practice it.