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Museum Celebrates Boston's Favorite Ducks with New Exhibit

By Tracee M. Herbaugh | Nov 26
America's most famous mallard family is waddling into Boston's Museum of Fine Arts.

A Hidden Slice of History :: The Underground LGBT Influence on 20th Century Art

By Brian Scott Lipton | Nov 19
"Gay Gotham" is more than just a chance to see some good-looking men, beautiful artwork or a clip from "West Side Story."

Elton John's Photo Trove Displays Beauty in Black and White

By Jill Lawless | Nov 9
He's one of the most colorful figures in rock 'n' roll, but when it comes to photography, Elton John embraces black and white.

Restored 'Last Supper' Renaissance Painting to be Unveiled

By Carlo Piovano | Nov 8
A 16th-century painting by Renaissance artist Giorgio Vasari that was badly damaged in a 1966 flood in Florence will be unveiled to the public on Friday after years of painstaking restoration.

Laurie Anderson Discuss Humanity in Her Work at Florida Intl. University

By EDGE | Nov 5
On Sunday, November 6 at the Frost Art Museum at the Florida International University, the 2016 Steven & Dorothea Green Critics' Lecture Series present Laurie Anderson.

'Resilient Women' Photo Documentary Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Brittany Ferendi | Oct 28
Just about everyone is connected to someone who's been affected by breast cancer. Here's a chance to learn some of their stories.

NY Commission Seeks Artists to Create LGBT Memorial

Oct 24
A state commission is searching for artists to design an LGBT memorial honoring victims of hate, intolerance and violence, including those killed in June's attack in an Orlando gay nightclub.

Chandelier Made From Lost Earrings Debuts In Scotland

Oct 24
A stunning chandelier made from more than 3,000 lost earrings has gone on display in Scotland for the first time as the centerpiece of a new exhibition.

A Giant Nude Statue in California is Stirring Controversy

By Jocelyn Gecker | Oct 21
There have long been complaints about the lack of women in the tech industry. Now there's a towering female figure, in a tech park across the bay from San Francisco, although not quite what some people had in mind.

Domesticated: Queer Interiors at BMA

By Doug Rule | Oct 11
"Queer lives are just as boring as everybody else's," Jaimes Mayhew says with a laugh. "Our houses are not all that dissimilar, even though a lot of laws have been made restricting what we do in private spaces."

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