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Annibale Siconolfi: The Cycle
Arts & Entertainment

Here’s What It’s Like to Go to an NFT Exhibit

By now, most people have heard of NFTs, or non-fungible-tokens, even if they have no idea what they are. As a confirmed Luddite, I fell […]

Home & Property

This Boston Art Collector Leaves No Stone (Or Canvas) Unturned

When it comes to making a significant art purchase, the owner of this Boston condo leaves no stone—or canvas—unturned. “I love to learn about an […]

Home & Property

SoWa Gallery Owner Julie Mussafer Reveals Her Personal Collection

Julie Mussafer, proprietor of the SoWa gallery Jules Place, always knew she would launch her own business. That it would revolve around art crystallized only […]

Home & Property

Photography Anchors This Art Buff’s Growing Collection

Gary Leopold’s position in public relations at Sonesta International Hotels in the early 1980s kickstarted his appreciation for art. “[Hotel president] Roger Sonnabend and his […]

Home & Property

Inside the Private Collections of Three Local Art Collectors

Down a Rabbit Hole A Family Affair Hooked on Photos

Arts & Entertainment

An Insider’s Guide to the MFA’s Monet Exhibit

Like any good sequel, the Museum of Fine Art’s second “Monet and Boston” exhibit in as many years retains some themes from the previous show […]

Arts & Entertainment

The ICA Watershed Will Return with a “Monumental” Immersive Installation

In yet another sign that the city is healing, and that its shuttered gems are returning to their former glory, the ICA Watershed in the […]

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City Life

Who Gets to Be Bostonian Onscreen?

Teyonah Parris may be making headlines these days as Monica Rambeau on the Disney+ Marvel series WandaVision, but watching her trade quips with the Scarlet […]

Van Gogh Exhibitions in Boston
Arts & Entertainment

Two (Yes, Two) Immersive Van Gogh Exhibitions Are Coming to Boston

A year into the coronavirus pandemic, we’re all feeling a bit deprived of in-person entertainment. With the vaccine rollout, the world is starting to tentatively […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Re-Education of the Museum of Fine Arts

On a drizzly afternoon last spring, Makeeba McCreary was lingering over a cup of coffee while catching up with a colleague at the Museum of […]

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Five Hidden-Gem Outdoor Sculpture Parks to Visit on a Quick Trip from Boston

After months of finding yourself cooped up inside, chances are your eyes would love a glimpse at something bolder than your four walls. Luckily, these […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Boston Artists Making the Most of Instagram during Quarantine

@majenta_with_a_J Glam-punk drag queen Majenta with a J has spent the pandemic rounding up other colorful entertainers for her virtual “Full Spin” shows: Each fierce […]

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Arts & Entertainment

How To Save Boston’s Art Scene—Before It’s Too Late

When COVID-19 brought the curtain down on life as we knew it, where did Bostonians turn for comfort? To the arts, of course. We binge-watched […]

City Life

The Roxbury Love Mural Has Been Destroyed to Make Way for an Apartment Complex

In 2014, graffiti artist and designer Ricardo Gomez, better known as Deme5, finally got the green light to start production on a major community project—a […]

City Life

Here’s How the Fenway and Central Square Are Livening Up the Summer of Social Distancing

Yes, vacations have been canceled, concerts are postponed, and the only fireworks we heard this year were the contraband ones set off by our bored […]