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The Farnsworth at 60

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– The Farnsworth and the Art of Our Time (thru June 15) – Uncommon Treasures: Folk Art from... Read More »

The Feathered Hand

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“An important part of being human,” Alison told me a few years ago, “is that our reach exceeds... Read More »

The Free Spirit of Vermont

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The Gary & Gerry Show

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For its second Spotlight New England exhibition focused on contemporary artists working in the region, the Currier Museum... Read More »

The Ghost of Andrew Wyeth

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Andrew Wyeth is dead. He reportedly passed away peacefully in his sleep at the great age of 91.... Read More »

The Intellectual Landscape

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Tula Telfair is a New York artist who teaches painting at Wesleyan University in Connecticut and exhibits her... Read More »

The Interstate-95 Triennial

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Any juried group exhibition is bound to be something of an eclectic grab bag. That’s just the nature... Read More »

The Liberation of Color

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The North Pole Comes to Salem

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The North Pole is melting. Whether you embrace the scientific consensus that global warming is a man-made phenomenon... Read More »

The Return of Rackstraw Downes

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[Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 258 Main St., Ridgefield CT, 203-438-4519] Read More »

The Shelburne Pops a Wheelie

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Back in 1998, entrepreneurial museum director Thomas Krens created something of an art world sensation when he filled... Read More »

The Strange Beauty of Linden Frederick’s Maine

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In the 20th century, skillful, exacting imitation of appearances tended to fall from artistic grace as photography displaced... Read More »

Thermoplastic Downeast

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“Since I got here, I’ve been doing more work than in New York,” says Richard Van Buren. “Now... Read More »

This Is Still Life

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The most intriguing object in the Objects of Wonder: Four Centuries of Still Life from the Norton Museum... Read More »

Three Visions in Rockport

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A trio of great reasons to get to Rockport, Maine, before the summer is out. [Center for Maine... Read More »

Time Passes Photographically in Boston

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Byron Wolfe of Chico, California, created his book Everyday: A Yearlong Photo Diary (Chronicle Books, 2007) by photographing... Read More »

Two of Maine’s Most Popular Painters

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At first glance, Jill Hoy and Eric Hopkins: Elemental Rhythms seems an odd pairing, not because the artists... Read More »

Ubart at USM

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To honor and celebrate the forty-year creative career of artist, educator, and collector Juris Ubans, who is retiring... Read More »

Vincent Hartgen’s Maine Legacy

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Vincent Andrew Hartgen: His Art and Legacy (Wildflower Lane Publishing, Twin Falls, Idaho, 2008. $55 softcover) is an... Read More »

Welcome to the New Mill-ennial

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Back in 1990, I selected an image of “Rising Cairn” by sculptor Celeste Roberge for the cover of... Read More »

Whose Drawings Are They Anyway?

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Click here for more about the installation of the LeWitt Wall Drawings at MASS MoCA. Read More »

Williams Museum Goes Over Niagara Falls

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The Williams College Museum of Art has mounted a series of late fall exhibitions that celebrate and provide... Read More »

Women of Pop Art

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Yokelism & the Dangers of Provincialism

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The thing that amuses me about the Cook-Smee exchange is that it is taking place in Boston of... Read More »



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