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Andrew Mowbray

Boston performance artist and sculptor Andrew Mowbray blended an idiosyncratic humanitarian idealism with a proletarian approach to art-making in his most recent exhibition, "Another Utopia" (all wo…

Amy Sillman

In a zine reproduced in the appendix of the catalogue for "Amy Sillman: one lump or two," the artist has scrawled in shaky cursive the words of composer Arnold Schoenberg: "I have no objection at all…

Ambreen Butt

Since Pakistani artist Ambreen Butt adopted Boston as her home in the 1990s, she has received considerable recognition for labor-intensive, painted self-portraits, which combine feminist and politic…

Steve Locke

For his second solo show at Samsøn, titled "you don't deserve me," Boston artist Steve Locke-known for installations of variously scaled male portraits that subtly explore relationships through the…

Laura Letinsky

Eight tabletop still lifes of leftover food- stuff, decorative trimmings and flowers made up Chicago-based photographer Laura Letinsky’s first solo exhibition at Carroll and Sons. The show’s title…

Andrew Masullo

Andrew Masullo’s lively and colorful small paintings inhabit a spirited world of nonobjective charm. In the San Francisco-based artist’s second exhibition at Steven Zevitas, 25 recent oils on canvas…

Mark Cooper

In his recent show “More is More,” multimedium artist Mark Cooper crammed over 2,200 individual works, made between 2005 and 2011, into Samsøn’s long, narrow gallery. As a professor at Boston Colleg…

Joe Johnson

Joe Johnsonâ??s recent color photography series (titled â??Local Weatherâ? and made between 2010 and 2011) continues his explorations of contemporary human environments without the humans. In an…

Michael Wetzel

The 10 new still-life paintings by New York-based Michael Wetzel featured in “Sunny Today,” his first Boston solo show, combine delicate floral arrangements, effervescent pyramids of filled champagn…

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