Boston artist Charlene Liska's video and photography are on exhibit at Silent. Silence. Silenced during the month of November; the sound of her voice casts strong shadows that challenge our questions about the future and what we might choose to make or take from the video screen.
Art is supposed to get people to think about what’s going on, around them. How are people going to become aware if their country's artist self-censor?
Boston Conceptual artist Walter Kopec showcases political work at Atlantic Works Gallery.
Meret Oppenheim is supposed to have described her famous Objet (Le Déjeuner en Fourrure-1936 ), the fur-covered cup, saucer and spoon, as “the image of femininity imprinted in the minds of men and projected on to women.” Samantha Marder’s BENT ... Continue Reading →
Marjorie Kaye’s sculptures reach out and in and up and beyond. The transcendent stacks of energy are constructed from pieces of plywood, which are cut into shapes with a jig saw, smoothed and then tinted with bold gouache color–or house... Continue Reading →
Rachel Shatil grew up on a kibbutz in Israel. Both of her parents were holocaust survivors. “Life lessons were all about staying alive–not about ambition, career, art, finding love,” she said. “Love was careful, very guarded, because anyone you loved... Continue Reading →
Featuring Cuban Artist Dania Fleites, and her lithographs, at work in her Old Havana studio.
Christine Palamidessi Moore posts blog about interviewing with Dario Fo in the 80s...before he decided to run for mayor of Milan.
Christine Palamidessi Moore's interviews with leftist filmmaker Emile De Antonio.