Tag Archives: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
In connection with the exhibition Expanding Abstraction at the deCordova Museum (April 7—September 17, 2017) the museum’s Process Gallery highlights the art of Ursula von Rydingsvard and other women artists with work in deCordova Sculpture Park. I’m posting now to extend the connection to a recent monumental sculpture by Ursula von Rydingsvard at MIT.
Lately I’ve been motivated by my goal to post about every woman artist with work on the Boston Public Art Walk before Women’s History Month next year. Sudden Presence is Beverly Pepper’s Cor-ten steel sculpture on that walk. Suddenly I saw how much I had been missing.
Eternal Presences: John Wilson’s Art in Roxbury, Framingham and Lincoln
This is my third post about deCordova Biennial’s Home Depot House but first to include a direct link to artist John C. Gonzalez’ story of how it came to be. Curating a series of month-long residencies there by six different artists, John carried out the first one, in early fall. Now in nearly spring, this final residency […]
At deCordova on a sunny chilly Friday afternoon at the end of February, I got to see how John Osorio-Buck has transformed Home Depot House. For this artist it has become a space to study,raise, harvest, prepare, and serve crickets, but only until Sunday afternoon, March 9. I’m posting now to alert people to this […]
As a volunteer guide at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum for more than a decade, I should be accustomed to changes indoors with each new exhibit and outdoors with each new artwork. Yet some changes still startle me. For instance, in late September at the top of the steps near the museum entrance a huge crane deposited […]