The prescience of “Kandinsky in 1914,” which opened this weekend at the Busch-Reisinger Museum, seems to have gone unnoticed. In
In Vancouver, a man dressed as Mr. Peanut campaigns for mayor. In Hungary, throngs of student protesters are stopped by
Insipid, tepid and vigorously lacking in originality, the Pucker Gallery's current exhibit of pastels by Mallory Lake, Italy Light and
In an urban art market whose aesthetic standards are broadcast from a corner office in Times Square, there would appear
The early 1960s artists' collective known as Fluxus is among the most elusive "movements" of late twentieth century art. Its
In the promotional material for "1999: Celebrating Boston's Artists," a year-long project organized by the Boston Art Dealers Association, a
The difficulty of seeing art-especially contemporary art-in Boston has less to do with a simple lack than with inefficient distribution.