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by Rebecca M. Alvin One of the highlights of this year’s Whitney Biennial was an installation by Lyle Ashton Harris that incorporates video, journals, slides,...

The Art of the Circle

by Rebecca M. Alvin Thinking of Budd Hopkins’ work, one can’t help but see circles. It is perhaps the most dominant element in his work...

The United States of Anxiety

Bowersock Gallery Exhibits Current State of Affairs by Steve Desroches We’re living in times of high anxiety. Since Election Day 2016, and the subsequent inauguration of...

Dancing Through Color and Form

The Legacy of Jim Forsberg by Jeannette de Beauvoir Provincetown has nurtured a plethora of remarkable artists, and one of the most influential figures among them...

A Pathfinder Finds His Way Home

by Jeannette de Beauvoir After nearly a century, some of Karl Knaths’ early work has finally found its way home, and the Bakker Gallery is...

Still A Safe Harbor

by Steve Desroches Teddy Lowery walks into Far Land Provisions wearing a navy blue t-shirt that says “Make America LGBTQ Again” and a multi-colored print...

A Complete Portrait

by Steve Desroches As an artist Deborah Martin explores the themes of isolation, home, and memory. Living in the desert town of Sky Valley, California,...

Make Way for the Resistance

by Rebecca M. Alvin It’s undeniable. There is a sense of outrage and fear, coupled with disbelief that has spread since the election of President...

The Color of Light

by Steve Desroches On a gorgeous late August morning the sky is a pale blue with a few streaks of thin, cotton-white clouds. The light...

Into the Wild

The Art of Jessica Pisano by Rebecca M. Alvin Decades ago artists in Provincetown fiercely debated the merits of abstraction versus the tradition of representational art....