Visual Arts

Visual arts review: ‘Pastures Green, & Dark Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape’ at the Norton Museum of Art

The landscape genre falls within most viewers’ comfort zone. There won’t be spilled viscera, terrifying grimaces, jolting automatons or other assaults on delicate sensibilities. Fittingly, the Norton Museum of Art’s exhibition, Pastures Green, & Dark Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape offers pristine skies, pastures and lakes, but those “dark satanic mills” do project shadows.

Broward County

Mandela’s legacy of art stirs debate

Artworks credited to Nelson Mandela are on exhibit at the Miramar Cultural Center through February. A Florida artist has challenged the authenticity of the works, but their owner — a foundation created by one of Mandela’s daughters — says they’re genuine.

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