Currently on view at the MFA, “Fashioned by Sargent”, an exhibit organized with Tate Britain, explores John Singer Sargent’s portraits and fashion. This month we’re highlighting his work and its impact on fashion.
Some fun things can happen when art and technology combine. Masterpieces can come to life in games, selfies, and even on the TV.
The heart wants what the heart wants. Finding art in unexpected places, aesthetic preferences from birth, and cinematic inspiration from the art world.
We’ll see art on the go, learn how art is used to launder money, and see how repurposed waste is used to create new art.
Let’s take a closer look at architecture, crime, and how to view art. We’ll learn some science, dig up some clues, and see with fresh eyes.
Art makes life much richer. Visiting art museums improves well-being, miniature art engages even at its small scale, and viewing art and its viewers is an experience of its own.
Let’s take a new view of some old favorites – renaming a van Gogh, appreciating air pollution, and interacting with art.
Explore stories behind art including pets in paintings, the most viewed photo ever, and home renovations.
Can there be anything more satisfying than tax deductions, new Vermeers, and solving the mysteries of aesthetic appreciation?
Let’s take a look at some fresh perspectives – consider the back of paintings, children’s eye level, and art sizes.