Best of Boston

Best Art, Event, Public

1984 Best Art, Theft

The J. Paul Getty Museum’s spiriting away of curator John Walsh from the Museum of Fine Arts.

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1983 Best Art, Nurturing of the

The Artists Foundation

Boston
Creative programs and financial support. read more»
1983 Best Art, Visual Arts Coverage

<em>Art New England</em>

A good little publication has the field to itself. read more»
1982 Best Art, Event, Public

First Night

The most art for the least money. Weather leaves a bit to be desired, though. read more»
1982 Best Art, Exhibit

Graham Gund's Private Collection at the Gund Gallery, in the West Wing of the Museum of Fine Arts. read more»
1982 Best Art, Coverage

<em>Art New England</em>

The only local publication devoted entirely to the arts. read more»
1982 Best Art, Service

The Artists Foundation

Boston
Director Dan Corrigan does a great job. read more»
1982 Best Art, Sacred Cow

Harcus/Krakow

Boston
Can stand up to any New York City gallery in terms of ability to get artists and specific works. read more»
1981 Best Art, Al Fresco

The two statues of former mayor James Michael Curley in Dock Square, near Quincy Market. Brilliant touch. read more»