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A provocative exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston harnesses the creative energy of hip-hop and Afrofuturism.

The museum, which will also auction works by Clyfford Still and Brice Marden, says the donations were never formalized.

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Painting styles run the gamut from abstract to representational with spontaneity and verve

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But the Franklin School, empty and neglected for years, is reopening under a cloud: Its historic interior was destroyed during the renovation.

Delayed due to the pandemic, the new museum features lots of video and interactive displays.

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Hélio Oiticica found poetry in the layers of a cape, but his real focus was marginalized people.

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Kaywin Feldman’s decision to postpone a traveling show with anti-racist KKK images continues to reverberate.

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Women are the focus in works that recalibrate fables with current perspectives

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Letter calls on Maryland attorney general to investigate de-accessioning of important works, including a Warhol ‘masterpiece.’

Outdoor video artwork by Craig Walsh features the faces of six local artists projected on trees.

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The great Netherlandish painter Jan van Eyck painted “Crucifixion” and “Last Judgment” panels at the end of his life.

The sculptor’s works will be on view in the U.S. Pavilion from April 23 to Nov. 27, 2022.

Controversies seem to erupt almost weekly over diversity of collections, staff equity and access — all amid declining budgets.

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Sam Husseini uses natural materials that disappear yet reveal his vision

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What is the relationship between the energy of artists, wealthy collectors and society at large? ‘American Collectors’ presents a fascinating case from 1968.

Kaywin Feldman says the museum needs to catch up to the changing world before it can present a Philip Guston retrospective.

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Even in a museum, the sharpest angry voices are the easiest ones to hear.

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How many monuments and memorials are there? This project will start by counting.

“Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America,” at the New Museum in January, brings to fruition the vision of Okwui Enwezor.

Members and community partners can visit starting Oct. 8. Timed tickets will be required.

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