November / December 2014

Diane Barcelo, 2006, mixed media collage, 9 x 12".

Price: $5.95

Contents

Volume 35, Issue 6

Features

Harvard Art Museums
By James McCown

Transparency and inclusivity guide Renzo Piano’s vision.

Who Owns This Rock?
By Ethan Gilsdorf

Mysterious Rhode Island rock raises copyright and ownership issues.

Made in Prison

By Debbie Hagan

Furniture masters teach inmates lessons about art, craft and life.

COLUMNS

Letters

FlashPoints

Gallery FlashPoints

Performing Arts at a Glance

New Hampshire
Studio Visit
Varujan Boghosian
By Susan Rand Brown

Massachusetts Studio Visit
Gordon Goetemann

By Anna Kasabian

Book Review
Love Made Visible: Scenes from a Mostly Happy Marriage
By Debbie Hagan

Art Adventure
Bridgeport Art Trail Packs a
Full Program
By Judy Birke

Profile
David Against the Publishing Goliaths
By Ethan Gilsdorf

Biennial
CMCA Biennial Brings Emerging Artists to the Fore

By Andres Azucena Verzosa

Museums
Fruitlands Museum:
Celebrating 100
By Susan Mulski

Destination
New Hampshire
By Alexandra Pecci

Reviews & Previews

SPOTLIGHT

 out of bounds at Rockport Art Association by Elizabeth Devlin

CONNECTICUT

 Louise Menzies: Time to Think Like a Mountain at Contemporary Art Galleries, Universityof Connecticut by Susan Rand Brown

Inside the Natural World of Jan Beekman at Lyman Allyn Art Museum by Rachael Palacios

MAINE

  Philip Frey: In the Moment at Courthouse Gallery Fine Art by Carl Little

Coyote Connections at University of New England by Carl Little

MASSACHUSETTS

 One Language is Never Enough at Fitchburg Art Museum by Debbie Hagan

Mel Bochner at Barbara Krakow Gallery by Elizabeth Devlin

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Gary Haven Smith: Connections at McGowan Fine Art by David Raymond

 Reverie: Realizing a Collection at Saint Anselm College by Chris Volpe

 

RHODE ISLAND

Claudia Flynn: Solemnities at Newport Art Museum by Alexander Castro

Ana Guerra: New Paintings at Cade Tompkins Projects by Rachel Shipps

 

VERMONT

Nye Ffarrabas: A Walk on the Inside at CX Silver by Anthony Merino

 Kara Walker: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) at Fleming Museum
by Ric Kasini Kadour

In This Issue

 Calendar

 Focus On: New Hampshire

 Holiday Guide

Guide to Schools and Workshops

Art Guide

 Exhibition Listings

 Classifieds

Art Seen

On the cover:

ON THE COVER: Diane Barceló, Salvavida, 2006, mixed media collage, 9 x 12″. Courtesy of the artist. Barceló, a Connecticut artist, will show her work in January at Hygienic Art, New London, CT. She is also part of Fitchburg Art Museum’s One Language is Never Enough, on view through January 4, 2015.



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