Jefferson: Architect of Many Things

Jefferson: Architect of Many Things

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By Betsy DiJulio Many narratives could be and have been crafted about Virginia-born Thomas Jefferson. The Chrysler Museum has chosen to view this remarkable—and contradictory—Founding Father through the lens of architecture in an in house-curated exhibition with the...
Charged is Electrifying

Charged is Electrifying

  By Betsy DiJulio Whether you need a little exuberance, pathos, quiet contemplation, or sly humor in your life, you will find it in MOCA’s current exhibition, Charged. Curated by Heather Hakimzadeh after a long incubation period, the show is her multi-layered answer...
Artists Reflect on #MeToo Movement

Artists Reflect on #MeToo Movement

(“MeToo: Intersected” by Betsy DiJulio) By Staff Local visual artists Betsy DiJulio, Knox Garvin and Anne Bousquet have collaborated on a conceptual exhibition reflecting on the #MeToo movement. Titled “Groundswell: Gender, Power & the Body Politic,” the trio of...
ART: Feeling Glass

ART: Feeling Glass

  By Betsy DiJulio Late in August, I caught up with artist Judith Schaechter and Chrysler Museum curator of glass, Carrie Needell, by phone in advance of Schaechter’s exhibition opening in late September. When, fairly early on, Schaechter said, “I’m familiar with...