Browsing: Lisa Crossman

Articles Superimposed MBTA maps. Courtesy of Julia Csekö.
Art Criticism: Risk Response

“The best art speaks for itself,” someone stated at a recent public discussion about Boston Creates. My immediate internal response was yes, but art also prompts, at times even goads, us to speak or write. I concede that art is,…

Feature Sam Durant, The Meeting House, Exterior, facing Minute Man National Historical Park, 2016. Photo by Alex Jones. Courtesy of The Trustees.
Pedro Alonzo: From the Street to World’s End

Earlier this summer, Lisa Crossman sat on the grounds of the Old Manse in Concord, Massachusetts with Boston-based independent curator Pedro Alonzo. Alonzo is the Guest Curator for the Trustees Art and The Landscape initiative, which begins its program with Sam…

Feature Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, 1963
Boston Common: An Interview with James Voorhies

This interview is part of the “Boston Common” series that highlights the people and institutions that shape Boston and New England’s culture sector. It features a discussion of Voorhies’s new role as the John R. and Barbara Robinson Family Director…