Vastly different from the formal structure of traditional museums, Gardner created a stunning building inspired by 15th-century Venetian architecture in which she arranged and displayed her art.
The “Heart of the City,” a new interactive sculpture created by the internationally recognized Brazilian artist Anaisa Franco, allows passersby to see the incandescent figure light up to match the flow of blood inside their bodies.
Moshe Safdie returns to Boston with intent and is taking the city by storm with his new exhibit, Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie.
The Museum of Fine Arts’ vision of the future is even more exciting that the thought of skin-tight jumpsuits and chrome footwear.
The intersection of the strange and the beautiful is just a 40-minute ride down the Green Line.
The mural in Jamaica Plain is the latest public art display dedicated to the pop-star.
40 black-and-white photographs are on display at Rosenthal’s White on White exhibition at the BSA Space.
The co-founder of the festival discusses the ins-and-outs of putting together the weekend-long concert.