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Anna Deveare Smith’s examination of racism in America remains powerful, 30 years on.
In Miss Holmes Returns, dramatist Christopher M. Walsh has involved the gender-switched pair in an entertaining yarn of uncertainty, betrayal and social justice.
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Ocean Filibuster draws on a marvelous fusion of myth, song, free verse, and science to explore why are are standing at the frightening edge of the cliff of our planet’s survival.
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Watershed is an unadorned but stunning addition to the offerings at the deCordoba Sculpture Park and Museum.
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Judy McKie draws on a personal mythology in which animal and plant forms become abstracted yet recognizable, anthropomorphic while remaining strangely primeval.
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Brandeis’ Rose Art Museum presents a creative, insightful look at urban blight.
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Thankfully, public art has become much more than murals for blank wall spaces.
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20th Century Modern Architectural Greatness
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Yin Yu Yang is a brilliant example of architectural and cultural collaboration that allows visitors to experience and learn about Chinese art, architecture, and culture.
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Award-winning author and critic Fiona MacCarthy is out to change wrong-headed perceptions of Walter Gropius in her biography. And she succeeds.
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This inspiring show celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of The Bauhaus.
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In very different ways and on very different topics, three recent books assuage notions that architecture/design books are formidable reads.
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Rams is a documentary film carefully crafted to be more than a biography of a great designer.
Cartagena is a 500-year old urban jewel in the Caribbean. But climate change and rising sea levels threaten its heritage.
An organization dedicated to making Boston a vibrant, contemporary art city.
The Fuller Craft Museum's appealing and thoughtful exhibit showcases a wonderful assemblage of diverse utensils and accessories used in domestic as well as professional kitchens.
A visionary 'Paper Architect' who influenced popular culture as well as a generation of architects.
Local examples of immersive aesthetic and sensual experimentation as forms of cultural experience.
"The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist" is a rare transformative piece of public art.
A lost opportunity for the developers, arquitectonica, and artist Alexandre da Cunha.
The branding for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics is colorful, but not visually overwhelming like some of its predecessors