MassArt in the News
Graphic Design Certificate alumna Jodi Colella “meets” mysterious women from old daguerrotypes and introduces them to new generations of art lovers in her upcoming exhibit, Unidentified Women at Form & Concept in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
Joan Cox '13 MFA Low Residency Providence was commissioned to create a ceiling mural to go above the Edge treatement system, a radiosurgery system used to treat cancer patients. The mural incorporates imagery from Baltimore, MD in hopes of inspiring hope and "carrying away the worries" of patients.
HiFructose.com describes the work of John Casey '88 BFA Painting as, "a strange, often-humorous assault on the viewer. Casey takes both the familiar and the form of the portrait and bends them to his off-kilter sensibility."
The opening of the new exhibit at MassArt’s Bakalar & Paine Galleries — the last before the galleries are renovated — drew a fashionable crowd that included a few of the artists featured in the show.
"Darci Hanna, associate curator of the Bakalar & Paine Galleries, has put together a bright and breathtaking show that toggles between celebratory, Hendricks-style cool and a more urgent reckoning with racism."
In the paintings of James Chisholm '95 MSAE, Topsfield looks like paradise. His work is now on view in the exhibition, "Reflections: Ocean Waves, Inland Streams" on view at Endicott College through February 8, 2018.
The Academy Art Museum’s exhibition, The Caprichos: Goya and Lombardo, is on display through February 25, 2018. The Caprichos by Emily Lombardo '03 BFA Glass is a series of etchings which are in direct conversation and homage to Francisco Goya’s Los Caprichos, 1799.
Gallerist and curator Seymour Polatin '15 BFA SIM becomes a roving curator offering creative routes around LA with his champagne-colored Ford Crown Victoria.