The Boca Museum showcases the uncompromising abstraction of Cleve Gray.
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Cheap Art and Cheaper Booze at Art Rx II
Sometimes a girl just unhooks her assets and takes over a performance
The Impressionists is born in a time, a place, a moment.
The Norton goes way outside the impressionist box, then offers a shrunken Matisse
Art through Royo's eyes
Cézanne can have his apples. These artists go for the watermelon, even when flies are circling.
A modern cubist, a furniture embellisher, and two chicks named Grace -- lassoed together
One of the American giants of the 20th Century comes in boxed sets
If they're college-educated, city-dwelling, 40-something white people, that is
Even a double dose of MoA's favorite artist doesn't leave much of an impression
This MoCA retrospective shows that Roy Lichtenstein was no Mickey Mouse artist
The Norton's exhibition of 19th- and 20th-century paintings is pure French bliss
"Bruce Helander: Survey of Collage Works" and "Alexandra Nechita: Sentiments of Art"
"Impressionism to the Present: Camille Pissarro and His Descendants"
"Paris 1860-1930: Birthplace of European Modernism"
"Truth in Beauty, Beauty in Truth: Contemporary American Realism From the Seavest Collection"