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Make It New

by The Staff July 31, 2014


  Now that the Clark Art Institute has reopened, the museum is ready to debut a major “modern” exhibition in Tadao Ando’s new Clark Center. Make it New: Abstract Painting from the National Gallery of Art, ...

Clark Art Institute


by The Staff April 18, 2013


  Set in Mark Rothko’s Manhattan studio in 1958, John Logan’s gritty, Tony Award-winning drama Red presents the great abstract expressionist at the peak of his career. He’s working on a major commission, but is also ...

Capital Repertory Theatre

Julie Evans

by The Staff November 8, 2012

  We love abstract art. We love the emotional impact of colors and shapes; we love the sense of direct communication that transcends the familiar. So, naturally, we’re drawn to the exhibit of new abstract work ...

John Davis Gallery

Man at Work

by Shawn Stone August 8, 2012


  If you close your eyes, it sounds like a plasterer or carpenter at work. “It” is a slow, steady, dragging sound across a textured surface, punctuated with a loud “thwack!” This is a movie, however, ...

Material Occupation

by The Staff February 1, 2012


There still are a fair number of people who mistrust abstract art because they can’t relate to it. The artists who contributed to Material Occupation, an exhibit of abstract opening this week at the University ...

University Art Museum