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The deCordova thinks about ''murals''
In "Wall Works" at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, curatorial fellow Lexi Lee Sullivan attempts to corral a trend in art today that spans graffiti and interior decoration.
Off the Wall
| July 22, 2011
'Curiouser' encounters at the Museum of Natural History
The exhibit "Curiouser: New Encounters with the Victorian Natural History Collection" in the lobby of the Museum of Natural History takes as its title Alice's exclamation of surprise early in her adventures down the rabbit hole in Lewis Carroll's 1865 n
Where the wild things are
| January 14, 2011
10 exhibits that are worth another look
Here's our rundown of the best art of '10.
| December 24, 2010
"Curiouser: New Encounters with the Victorian Natural History Collection" at Roger Williams Park
Remember how Alice's mind raced as she glimpsed the whimsical weirdness of Wonderland? It all became "curiouser and curiouser" with each step, according to Lewis...
| November 22, 2010
Visiting "Pictures from the Hay" is like rummaging through your grandparents’ attic . . . if your grandparents are amazingly curious, incredibly well-connected, and fabulously well-to-do.
'Pictures from the Hay' and Alison Owen's 'Divisibility'
| September 10, 2010
Open to interpretation
For decades, abstraction dominated avant-garde discourse, as painters worked to break art down to its basic elements, stripping away more and more of what seemed necessary to a painting, and then stripping away even more.
‘Abstraction in Providence’ at RIC’s Bannister Gallery
| April 02, 2010
Your tax dollars at work(1)
The standout piece in the "2010 RISCA Fellowship Exhibition" is Alison Owen's hand-drawn wallpaper installation.
Imago hosts the ‘2010 RISCA Fellowship Exhibit’
| February 12, 2010
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