Cynthia Close

Guggenheim Award-winning artist JoAnne Carson’s fantastical imaginings teeter somewhere between the perils of temptation envisioned in the otherworldly painted gardens of Hieronymus Bosch and the…

When the short, dark days of winter send most of us under the covers nursing a hot chocolate or anything with a shot of rum, artists, driven by tenacity and curiosity continue to explore…

Inclusivity and diversity are the bywords at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as it prepares a slate of exhibitions and events throughout 2020 to commemorate 150 years as a public museum.
When so much of contemporary art feels like an assault on our senses reflecting the political, cultural, environmental, and psychologically fraught moment we find ourselves in, a new exhibition…
Andy Goldsworthy is a much-in-demand international figure known for creating ephemeral earthworks documented in meticulous photographs, and now New England has one of their own.
Fuzzy white hair, like a halo, rings the head of Christo, the artist known for creating monumental site-specific works worldwide.
So few things in life are free but Volume 2 of MTL: Art and the Book, Montreal’s weeklong series of workshops and symposia culminating in a two-day bilingual book fair and boundary-pushing art…
For the past thirty years, master printmaker Sarah Amos has bounced back and forth between Australia and Vermont, an unlikely melding of vastly different environments.