Writer/photographer Anita Harris says that “A Single Frame”, shows that an artist never knows where a work might lead, whom it might affect, and how its spirit might live on to inform, influence and inspire future generations.
Spending a day out of Cambridge? If you wish you were in Paris but can only make it to New York –– take your dreams to the Met for a morning or afternoon and see “Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris” and “Paris as Muse,: Photography 1840s-1930s,” both (through May 4) and The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux” (through May 26
In the current Davis-Orton show in Hudson, New York, Four photorgraphers make powerful statements about the nature of photography, art, perception, human emotion and the passage of time.
Will Holt reviews “Leaves of Grass,” Edward Weston photography at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) Boston.
Not only is each work beautiful and provocative in itself–but the Roni Horn show as a whole, which integrates a multitude of media and art forms, brilliantly encorporates the artist’s multiple talents and her understanding, and our own.