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Landry Major, "Winter's Horses"

Seven photographers on four legs: At the Griffin, celebrating the horse in all its glory

The seven photographers with work in “E. caballus: The Domesticated Horse” are all talented and take different approaches to their common subject.

At Peabody Essex Museum, Bernie Krause’s symphony of the wild sounds an alarm

“The Great Animal Orchestra” has drawn crowds from Paris to Shanghai, but its popularity belies its chilling effect.

Édouard Vuillard (French, 1868–1940), "Landscapes and Interiors: Through the Fields, 1899." Lithograph on paper.

‘Hue & Cry’ at the Clark explores controversy of color printmaking in 19th-century France

The museum is well-suited to tell this story of riches to rags, running parallel to the French Revolution.

Domenic Esposito with several pieces, including the oil and bronze on canvas “Duplicity,” at left, "The FDA Spoon," and the oil-on-canvas paintings “Mass" and "Cass."

Mass. and Cass, cast in bronze and on canvas

For artist and activist Domenic Esposito, the ravages of the opioid epidemic are personal and political.

The Museum of Science kicks off its winter/spring event series with Taraji P. Henson discussing mental health.

Actress and advocate Taraji P. Henson is part of the Museum of Science’s upcoming programming

Henson will kick off the museum’s winter/spring series with an event focused on mental health awareness.

Documentary photographer Henry Horenstein has two exhibitions opening Jan. 7.

Photographer Henry Horenstein elevates the overlooked with shows in Portsmouth and Boston

“Where Everybody Is Somebody” and “Animalia” highlight his ease with living beings of all kinds.

A detail of Helina Metaferia's "Headdress 30," from 2021.

In Helina Metaferia’s show at the MFA, an ‘army of women’ wear history on their heads

"Generations" weaves together protest, performance art, and stories of BIPOC activism through decades.

One of the video monitors looking outward from Fountain Street Gallery, displaying a work of video art by Hogan Seidel that was on view earlier this year.

In SoWa Art + Design District, video gallery brings art to the sidewalk 24/7

The Fountain Street Gallery set up two 50-inch TV monitors in January to display videos created by artists all around the world.