When former Space Gallery executive director Nat May was tapped to curate this year’s Portland Museum of Art biennial exhibition he self-imposed a tough constraint: to foster fresh perspectives. He let us preview a few of the show’s highlights.
Abbie Read has a passion for found objects — and books and paper and paintings. This month, she’s bringing together her eclectic interests in ayears-in-the-making installation in Brunswick.
Painter Linden Frederick collaborates with a murderer’s row of great authors for a one-of-a-kind cross-genre exhibit.
Midcoast “nature people” Kate and Jonathan Mess push boundaries in the gallery, keep it real at home.
Five Things to Know about the New PMA.
Onetime Mainer Ed Shenton illustrated the works of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and other giants of 20th-century lit. Now, his son wants to make sure you know his name.
An unconventional sculptor (and a marine biology student) on bridging the art-and-science divide.
Photographer Justin Levesque considers Maine’s relationship to its subarctic neighbors — and the lines across the sea that link us.
Can Robert Indiana, a mainstay of the 1960’s Pop Art movement, give new life to Bob Dylan’s lyrics some 50 years later?
Printmaker Susan Amons mixes technique and allegory in her otherworldly artwork.
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is scheduled to open its new building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 26. Inaugural exhibitions, on view through August 12, include solo shows by sculptor Jonathan Borofsky, painter Alex Katz, and video artist Rollin Leonard.
Sculptor Jonathan Borofsky’s monumental works can be found around the globe, but he’s never exhibited in his home state — until now.