Category: Exhibitions

Rosana Antoli: Crossroads (Choreographies)

Crossroads (Choreographies) is a multidisciplinary project that explores the idea of movement through an exhibition supported on different media (installation, sculpture, video, etc.). Curated by Raquel Peula and Fran Ramallo, this is the first solo exhibition of artist Rosana Antolí in the United States.

MIT List Center Visit

On Thursday, April 12, 2018 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm the Art World will tour the exhibition installation of Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974-1995 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) List Visual Arts Center.

Disobedient, Discontented, and Disruptive

Disobedient, Discontented, and Disruptive: Politics of Aesthetic Resistance and Resilience is a presentation by Professor Lanfranco Aceti, Director of Arts Administration at Boston University, at Art, Culture, and Technology (ACT) @ MIT. The presentation, on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, is part of ACT luncheon series and engages faculty and students with the affiliate’s research and […]

One Too Many

The Director of the Arts Administration program at Boston University, Lanfranco Aceti, is proud to announce the premiere in the US, at the Boston Athenaeum, of a new performance of Stefanos Tsivopoulos: One Too Many.

The Market Will Save Us

The Director of the Arts Administration program at Boston University, Lanfranco Aceti is proud to announce a new curated project, The Market Will Save Us, a banner installation and performance by international artist Bill Balaskas.

Sound Politics

The Director of the Arts Administration program at Boston University, Lanfranco Aceti is proud to announce, Sound Politics, to be performed at the Boston Athenaeum, September 30, 2016, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.

The Body of the People

The Body of the People is a site-specific art installation and performance that interweaves iconic language and visual imagery into a poetic discourse concerning current socio-political disruptions that will take place Thursday September 29, 2016, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Old South Meeting House