Photograph by Audrey Kotkin
Korean art expert Soyoung Lee will join the museums in September.
MAA MoCA is housed in a repurposed industrial mill conplex in North Adams, Masachusetts.
Photograph courtesy of MASS MoCA
MASS MoCA’s summer smorgasbord
If I was standing alone I wouldn’t stand it at all (2017)
Photograph by Jason Wyche; © Kevin Beasley
Sculptures that resonate with what’s not there
Seen at the Arnold Arboretum: a paperbark maple in winter
Photograph by Jim Harrison
A veteran photographer of people turns his lens to plants.
Among the museum's “Ugly Truth” figures are Aunt Jemima and golliwogs.
The National Black Doll Museum
Abbi of Bacabi (1978), among Cannon’s last and unfinished works
Image © 2017 Estate of T. C. Cannon.
Works by T.C. Cannon at the Peabody Essex Museum
Sleeper’s summer home sprawls across Eastern Point, with views of Gloucester Harbor.
Photograph by Eric Roth/Courtesy of Historic New England
A sprawling house museum celebrates decorative arts and the creative spirit of Henry Davis Sleeper.
Photograph courtesy of Jack Lueders-Booth/Gallery Kayafas
For seven years, Jack Lueders-Booth (above, left) visited the Massachusetts Correctional Institution-Framingham to teach a photography workshop several days each month. Roaming the grounds, he took women prisoners’ portraits with Polaroid, Leica, and medium-format film cameras, documenting scenes from daily life.
The portraits in Jack Lueders-Booth’s 40-year-old series feel even more vivid today.