Artists — including the creator of a performance piece about Ivanka — are engaging in satire without potency.
A colossal painting, once claimed to depict a Confederate victory, has carried an evolving meaning. Now, a spectacular restoration at the Atlanta History Center unravels its complex tale.
A Tufts University project seeks to make “history more visible” — from slavery to Black Lives Matter — with a map of historic African-American sites in Boston and beyond.
The number of lawsuits nationwide nearly tripled in 2018. Is it an overdue move for the rights of the disabled or a way for lawyers to make a quick buck?
At 82, this titan of Modernism is talking about the past, taking stock and putting some of his works and part of his collection up for auction.
Leonor Fini’s post-internet paintings; contemporary sculptures from the French Caribbean and Haiti; Luke Stettner’s painfully personal show; and Joseph Urban’s sumptuous theater sets.
Dean Valentine started collecting art during a painful time in his life and says, “a mortality event almost always lies at the core of some collection mania.”
J.R.R. Tolkien — the artist, the writer, the scholar — is the subject of an exhibition at the Morgan Library & Museum. The show is a comprehensive view of his alternate reality.
Classical concerts, children’s film series and a festival where technology meets art are among the events that can keep young minds occupied (and having fun) through a school sabbatical and beyond.
The long-running saga of the rabbit, Usagi Yojimbo, by Stan Sakai, is moving to IDW Publishing, which will begin a new, full-color series in June.