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At North Hill retirement community, an artist riffs on whimsical Mexican folk figures

Nan Hass Feldman's antic paintings, drawings, and mixed-media works were inspired by a visit to a museum in Oaxaca, Mexico.


In Portland, art star Ragnar Kjartansson sets capitalism ablaze with ‘Scenes From Western Culture’

These slickly produced videos have little in common with fan favorite ‘The Visitors.’

At the Davis Museum, Fatimah Tuggar uses tech to deprogram stereotypes

The artist deploys computers and collage techniques to challenge old thinking on work, class, and culture.


At the Peabody Essex, a bystander to art history steps into the limelight

Hans Hofmann doesn’t have the household name of his Abstract Expressionist peers. But what would they have been without him?

Currier Museum of Art now owns two Frank Lloyd Wright houses

Both homes are on the same street in Manchester, N.H.

At the deCordova, unearthing a connection with the ‘beautiful and frightening’ flow of water

Andy Goldsworthy has a major new piece at the deCordova called "Rivers and Tides"

At the Fitchburg Art Museum, Daniela Rivera digs deep into disaster

This year’s Rappaport Prize winner channels her Chilean heritage. But the issues she embraces embody catastrophes not bound by any border.

At Emerson College, a sci-fi art show imagines the world’s plundered but peaceful future

New Mexico artist Cannupa Hanska Luger takes visitors to a time after capitalism and colonialism.