Getting immersed in the interactive work of Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica

Getting immersed in the interactive work of Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica

Oiticia is not content simply to invite the viewer to experience his art; rather, he demands it.

Sculptor Ed Parrish Jr. dazzles at the Irma Freeman Center

Pieces appear alien yet feel sweetly comforting

A theater group seeks help to create a new sport

The workshops involve posing questions about topics like rules, and comparing athletes to theatrical characters

Three local artists take different paths to Illuminations

Carlow exhibit features moving work by Ruane, German and Oresick

DATA MATRIX at Wood Street Galleries

A digital projection offers information overload

In Checks & Balances, six sculptors explore duality

These riffs on the theme are diverse and intriguing, ranging from the literal to the obscure

Center for Creative Reuse has a Secret Show

You’re conscripted into reuse culture yourself

Scott Hunter’s paintings keep score on love

The subjects in Hunter’s surreal large-scale works are deeply saturated with color, full of emotion, and unaware of the scope of the moment

A retrospective gives Alison Knowles her due

A Fluxus artist’s journey is mapped in beans and unconventional “books”

An indefatigable artist gets a retrospective

This art is about resistance

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