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‘These new generations, they’re more courageous than us,’ says Iranian artist Arghavan Khosravi

The painter explores the liminal state of living between worlds in her show at Newport Art Museum.

Former US senator Patrick Leahy, with new photo show, has plenty of company as a celebrity camera enthusiast

‘The Eye of Senator Patrick Leahy’ opens Feb. 1 at the Vermont Supreme Court Gallery.


An underappreciated American art form conjures Black history from the void

"Unnamed Figures" at the American Folk Art Museum in New York rebuilds early colonial stories from a Black perspective.


At MoMA, An-My Lê's photos show the presence, and continuing power, of the past

Photographer An-My Lê's retrospective "Between Two Rivers/Giữa hai giòng sông/Entre deux rivières" runs through March 9 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.


‘Do It For the Boys’ is a tender show about a violent sport

Photographer Nathan Bolton’s portraits of Rebellion Rugby players are now up at Gallery 263.

Worcester Art Museum accused of housing window stolen from France’s famed Rouen Cathedral

Worcester Art Museum is among three US museums accused of having stained glass in its collection stolen from the Rouen Cathedral


Up close and presidential: The Griffin looks at official White House photographers and their history-documenting practice

The Griffin Museum looks at a half century of official White House photographers and their history-documenting practice.

Floating clowns and a unicorn: Art installations aim to draw more foot traffic to downtown Boston

All told, 16 artworks will be installed by Jan. 17, part of a free winter art experience produced by the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District.