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As a young woman in Iran, and later as an immigrant to the U.S., artist Arghavan Khosravi has been subjected to many restrictions. But on the canvas, she renders it all through fanciful and magical layers. Jared Bowen of GBH…
The 50-year-old Brandywine Workshop and Archives in Philadelphia draws in artists, both unknown and very well-known, to push boundaries by producing limited edition prints. It's also an opportunity to get their work into major museum collections like the Harvard Art…
Artist Napoleon Jones-Henderson has been working with textiles and other media for more than 50 years, and his spirit and artistic prowess are now on display at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH…
Barkley L. Hendricks was a contemporary American painter who made pioneering contributions to Black portraiture and conceptualism. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston takes us to an exhibit of his work at Brandeis University's Rose Art Museum, and shows…
Two years ago, four museums were set to present a retrospective of painter Philip Guston. But then, in one of the biggest controversies to hit the art world in the last few years, it all imploded. Now, the show has…
Sir Zanele Muholi has been documenting queer and trans people in South Africa for decades with the aim of celebrating life, joy and the beauty of the community. An exhibit at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston that focuses…
The New Bedford Whaling Museum in Massachusetts is hosting the new exhibit "Loomings," inspired by the title of the first chapter of "Moby-Dick." Painter Christopher Volpe has created works prompted by the novel that take on an apocalyptic tone, with…
At the Currier Museum in Manchester, New Hampshire, you can find two homes designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright on the same street—a rarity. Curators say they not only offer a window into the past, but important lessons for the…
"Artists' Call" was the name of the effort in 1984 when the artistic community throughout North America rallied to protest U.S. intervention in Central America. An exhibition at the Tufts University Art Galleries focuses on that nearly forgotten moment that…
On Presidents Day, we look at the White House during the Kennedy years. A new exhibit called "First Children" at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, shows how the young residents navigated their new home, and…
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