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2012–2013 Exhibition Schedule
2011 Exhibition Schedule
Fall 2011/Winter 2012 Newsletter
Winter 2011 Newsletter
Lori Cole of artforum chooses PAINT THINGS: beyond the stretcher as her Critic's Pick
Chris Bergeron of MetroWest Daily News calls PAINT THINGS: beyond the stretcher "art that busts a move"
Robert Moeller of Art New England reviews PAINT THINGS: beyond the stretcher
Cate McQuaid of The Boston Globe reviews PAINT THINGS: beyond the stretcher
Anthony Brooks of Radio Boston interviews Julianne Swartz
'Works as fragile as we see ourselves' Sebastain Smee reviews Julianne Swartz: How Deep Is Your for The Boston Globe
Brian Christopher Glaser blogs about Julianne Swartz for Big Red & Shiny
The Wall Street Journal picks Julianne Swartz: How Deep Is Your for their "Don't Miss" section
Kristen Cantu reviews Julianne Swartz for the Lincoln Journal
Jared Bowen of WGBH talks with Gary Webb about his first US museum exhibition
'British sculptor Gary Webb dazzles at deCordova' Sebastian Smee for The Boston Globe
Andrea Shea of WBUR interviews Biennial artist Steve Lambert "Artwork Asks: 'Is Capitalism Working For You?'"
DeCordova's Corporate Program featured in the business section of The Boston Globe "Work and Art"
John Pyper reviews the Biennial for Daily Serving
Francine Koslow Miller reviews the Biennial for Art in America 'At the deCordova, Dreams of Disneyland'
'The deCordova Biennial Roots for the Home Team' Greg Cook reviews for The Boston Phoenix
'In deCordova Biennial, The Pulse of New England Art' Radio Boston interviews Biennial curators Dina Deitsch and Abigail Ross Goodman
Chris Bergeon reviews the Biennial for MetroWest Daily News 'deCordova Biennial: The Usual Unusual'
Liz Devlin blogs about Biennial artist Kim Faler on Flux Boston
'The Art of Anxiety at the deCordova Biennial' Andrea Shea of WBUR interviews Biennial artists
Art New England interviews Temporary Structures curator Dina Deitsch
Alex Schweder La's Roomograph for Temporary Structures is featured in the international publication Domus
Geoff Edgers for the Boston Globe: DeCordova announces the 12th winner of the Rappaport Prize
Sebastian Smee reviews Temporary Structures for the Boston Globe writing "All in all, it’s really a perfect exhibition for the deCordova, with all its crazy, hidden spaces, to stage."
James Burnett reports on deCordova's Dan Graham acquisition for the Boston Globe
Tyler Green blogs about Temporary Structures on Modern Art Notes
Cate McQuaid reviews Tory Fair's Testing a World View (Again)
"Contemporary art blooming across region" Sebastian Smee reports
Jared Bowen of Greater Boston learns about Andy Goldsworthy's proposal for deCordova
Greg Cook of The Boston Phoenix reviews Wall Works
Sebastian Smee reviews Ursula von Rydingsvard: Sculpture
Francine Koslow Miller reviews Rachel Perry Welty 24/7 for Art in America
Andrea Shea reports on deCordova's recent response to celebrated Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei's arrest
Andrea Shea interviews Nick Capasso about Andy Goldsworthy: Snow and Snow House
Sebastian Smee features Andy Goldsworthy: Snow in the Boston Globe's Summer Arts Preview
"A Melding of Art and Science" Cate McQuaid reviews PLATFORM 5: Bartow + Metzgar
Listen to Radio Boston's interview with Anne-Marie Aigner and Guest Curator for the Lucien Aigner: Photo/Story exhibiton, Jenninfer Uhrhane
View WGBH's segment on Rachel Perry Welty 24/7
"As Much Journalist as Artist" : Mark Feeney of The Boston Globe reviews Lucien Aigner: Photo Story
Drawing with Code: Works from the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection is reviewed in the national journal American Scientist
Andrea Shea of WBUR interviews Rachel Perry Welty and deCordova's Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs Nick Capasso
The Boston Globe previews Lucien Aigner: Photo/Story
Sebastian Smee of The Boston Globe writes, "At the deCordova, meanwhile, we’ve begun to see some major changes. There are new, big-name works in the sculpture park, displayed to better (and less crowded) effect. And the exhibitions have been impressive. Both the Chakaia Booker and Leonardo Drew shows were bold, uplifting forays into contemporary sculpture, and the 2010 DeCordova Biennial was brilliant. Over the next year or two, I expect the DeCordova to establish a national reputation as one of America’s most dynamic venues for contemporary sculpture — not just a great place to take the kids on a sunny Sunday."
Greg Cook of the Boston Phoenix names the 2010 deCordova Biennial the second best New England Art Exhibition of the year
Andrea Shea of WBUR reports on deCordova's newest addition to the Sculpture Park
The Boston Globe reviews Existed: Leonardo Drew and RUBBERS: Martha Friedman
Smithsonian blogger reviews PLATFORM 3: Halsey Burgund, Scapes
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