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Issue 12: Some Assembly Required

Featuring over 60 artists, writers, and community organizers including Tania Bruguera, Ulises, Thea Quiray Tagle, Jovonna Jones, and dozens of others.

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Online Jul 16, 2024

2024 Boston Art Writing Fellows Blog: Exhibition Reflections

As we near the end of this season's fellowship program, the fellows share the reflections they authored during writing exercises on specific pieces from solo exhibitions by Lani Asunción at Boston Center for the Arts and Firelei Báez at ICA and a visit to the group exhibition "Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" at Gallery 360.

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Online Jul 02, 2024

LaToya M. Hobbs Traces Intimacies

Hobbs's newest exhibition at Harvard Art Museums features large-scale woodcut prints of herself and her family, each part of one day in her life. The intricate detail of Hobbs's depictions are just a recent example of her endearing commitment to the work of Black women’s hands.

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Online Jun 18, 2024

What to See at New England Galleries this Summer

From summer pop-ups to gallery mainstays, these are the twelve exhibitions our editors are most excited to catch from the Vineyard to the Berkshires and everything in between.

Feature by BAR Editorial

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