Art
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WILLIAMSTOWN — In 1923, Jacob's Pillow founder Ted Shawn visited Seville, Spain, where he purchased a bullfighter's suit of lights to wear in a future performance with Ruth St. Denis called … more
LENOX — A new exhibit at Sohn Fine Art demonstrates that photography doesn't always require a camera.The Lenox gallery is currently featuring works by Garry Fabian Miller and Chuck Kelton … more
NORTH ADAMS — A new three-floor exhibition at the Berkshire Art Museum contains a diverse array of contemporary paintings, mixed-media displays and other artwork, but two qualities unite the … more
The woman leans on the wooden table, as a thin curl of smoke escapes from her lips. She rests her chin in one hand, as she gazes off the canvas into the distance. She holds a cigarette in her other … more
Edith Wharton had a high appreciation for art and was quite knowledgeable, according to Susan Wissler, executive director of The Mount. But what would she think of these sculptures dotting the … more
STOCKBRIDGE — A hundred years ago Maxfield Parrish's work, especially his painstakingly crafted images of mythological scenes and fantastic landscapes, were everywhere — by one estimate a … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Streaked petals open like water lilies. A sperm whale dives with skin like striated ice. Barnacles cling to a shell. And they are all made of glass.Three internationally known … more
NORTH ADAMS — In her new show at Mass MoCA, artist Taryn Simon offers ways in which the personal and the powerful interact on an intangible, emotional level, translating an individual's … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Clark Art Institute is celebrating the acquisition of an 18th century masterpiece painting, a scene of a Roman beheading that helped to inspire the French Republic. “Brutus … more
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