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Best Art Galleries in Boston

Whether you’re looking for a museum-quality masterpiece or just have a few blank walls to fill, these five local galleries have the goods.

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These Sacred Spaces in Boston Are Hidden in Plain Sight

On your last jaunt through Logan Airport, you may have unknowingly passed by Our Lady of the Airways. It’s a chapel inside the airport—the first of its […]

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Trump Might Cut Arts Funding—Of Course Boston’s Museum Directors Are Against It

Oh Mr. President, you didn’t think those reports of potentially cutting the NEA and NEH would go unaddressed by museums themselves, did you? Certainly not […]

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The ICA Is Expanding to East Boston

The Institute of Contemporary Art is making a leap across the harbor. The museum announced today it will expand its artistic programming with a new location in […]

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The Gardner Museum Is Opening a New Sound Art Exhibit

In a new contemporary exhibit, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will make visitors think critically about how they hear and interpret sound through the exploration […]

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Found Art: Potato Power by Caleb Charland

Check out Potato Power by Caleb Charland.

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You Can Control These Lights on the Greenway by Texting

Color Commons from New American Public Art on Vimeo. A popular art installation on the Rose Kennedy Greenway that puts visitors in charge of its colors has […]

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Art and Fashion Collide at the Peabody Essex Museum

We all have that one piece of clothing in our closet that is far from practical (I’m looking at you, sheer, vintage cape), but we […]

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MFA Opening New Jewelry Exhibit “Past Is Present”

  You know what’s cheaper than buying your sweetheart a bauble this Valentine’s Day? Buying a ticket to the MFA’s jewelry exhibit, “Past Is Present: Revival […]

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10,000 Glass Raindrops Hang from Above at MassArt

Talk about makin’ it rain. The next time you have a chance to stop by MassArt’s Design and Media Center, look up. In late January, […]

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The MFA Is Throwing Down in Honor of the Super Bowl

Even art enthusiasts are getting into the Super Bowl spirit. Starting Friday, February 3, at 3 p.m., the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is […]

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“Portraits of Purpose” Photo Exhibit Reflects on Boston’s History of Social Justice

With a mission to educate, inspire, and foster community, the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) welcomes its latest photography installation: “Portraits of Purpose.” Shot […]

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ICA to Offer Pay-What-You-Wish Admission for Inauguration Day

Subscribers to the ICA’s e-newsletters received this brief message Thursday afternoon, led with the image above: January 20 Special Pay-What-You-Wish Admission Artists, though their work, bring […]

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A Matisse Exhibit Is Coming to the MFA

Come springtime, you’ll be able to admire the original objects Henri Matisse depicted in his art—along with the works themselves. A new international exhibition called “Matisse […]

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What It’s Like to Be the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Horticulturist

“I’m usually a behind-the-camera-type person,” Grace Coburn says. Barely tall enough to reach the top of the chrysanthemums she’s rotating, Coburn is the horticulturist at the […]