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N: Hey Gamber, how's the letter coming?

G: Nash, what is the minimum we need to say?

Goodbye 53; welcome 54. This issue: A report on the community stakes in creative economy from Christian; reviews from the Artists Foundation, MassArt, and Chase Gallery by some of our newer contributors, including one from photographer Dawoud Bey. Out of Town reports from Philadelphia and France. Beer and Burgers with Denise Marika, the White Cube, and advice from Anonymous Art Dealer round out the issue.

N: Don't you want to address the upcoming holidays, or the fact that everyone has been out of town in Miami, or the last show at Green Street?

G: Oh yes - next issue we will feature reports of activity from Art Basel. Green Street, you will be missed, we loved the hell out of you - check out word on the Last Mad Dash in the NEWS.

N: Yeah, James Hull has promised us a post-mortem on Green Street, and a group of Bostonians braved Art Basel and will turn in their report.

G: Don't give it all away! Folks, there's nothing to see here - the worthwhile content is on the left. Bonnes fêtes!


About Author

Matthew Gamber is a Boston-based artist with a BFA from Bowling Green State University and an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts University. He has taught at Art Institute of Boston / Lesley University, Boston College, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, College of the Holy Cross, Savannah College of Art & Design, and Massachusetts College of Art & Design and worked on digital preservation projects for Harvard University and the Boston Public Library. Matthew was the Editor in Chief of Big Red & Shiny from 2004 to 2010.

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