MassArt in the News
Artsy examines classic poses that are repeatedly assumed by figures of Western art history - including "contrapposto," as demonstrated by MassArt alumna Genevieve Gaignard '07 Certificate Photography.
MassArt President David Nelson shares how his educational background informs his perspective, and how being a first-generation college student prepared him to ask the right questions to assist first-gen students attending MassArt.
MassArt alumna Sharon Ligorner discusses her process as an encaustic painter, a process which is believed to date as far back as ancient Egypt.
A new book draws a complete picture of the most famous painter of Maine's Monhegan Island, James Fitzgerald, a 1923 alumnus from the Massachusetts Normal Art School.
Mark Feeny from The Boston Globe:
"Nixon needs no introduction around here. For many years, he’s been one of the starriest names in what has long been a very starry photography faculty at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. And since his inclusion in the ground-breaking 1975 exhibition 'New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape,' Nixon has had a national, and eventually international, reputation for decades."
Aline Smithson of Lenscratch notes about Photography Professor Nicholas Nixon's work: "Nicholas has a legacy of finding beauty in our humanness and this legacy in now in an extensive exhibition at The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA)."
Eric Aho '88 BFA Printmaking creates an immersive experience for his first exhibition at Tayloe Piggot.
Martos Gallery presents the gallery's first solo exhibition with The Estate of Kathleen White, featuring the work of Kathleen White '86 BFA Painting.