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Slowly, and responsibly, returning to the South End gallery scene

Certain galleries have reopened to visitors, with a steady uptick in interest.

Museum of Fine Arts to reopen in phases with COVID-19 precautions and an aim for inclusiveness

After the longest closure in modern memory, the Museum of Fine Arts will open its doors on Sept. 26, welcoming back a public buffeted by economic malaise, social unrest, and the ongoing health crisis.

Ruth Asawa stamps have arrived just in time for your mail-in ballot

With this honor, the late Japanese-American artist joins the ranks of Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth.


At the Currier, the under-traveled intersection of video games and art

The museum's "Open World" exhibition points to possibilities both aesthetic and poetic.

Making good on a promise, Museum of Fine Arts names first-ever director of belonging and inclusion

Rosa Rodriguez-Williams led Northeastern University’s Latinx Student Cultural Center for more than a decade.

‘What is public art even for?’ New works suggest a transformation on culture and shared space

Compelled by protests and the pandemic, Boston is rethinking the role of public artworks.


Art that hides or seeks the self at Boston Sculptors Gallery

A pair of exhibitions feature works by Jodi Colella and Dennis Svoronos.

For the late Breonna Taylor, a sea of peacefulness and the September cover of Vanity Fair

Amy Sherald painted the 26-year old emergency medical technician who was killed by police.