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Go & See: Tuesday 22 – Monday 28 April

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Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see:

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Stephanie's Pick!*
Saturday April 19 — Sunday September 14

MFA Boston, Gallery 265, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston
Evelyn Rydz: Forever Yours
Gallery Talk: Thursday May 22, 1-2pm, Sharf Visitor Center
Free w/ Admission

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Clint's Pick!
Wednesday April 23 - Monday May 5

MassArt MFA Thesis Exhibition I
MassArt, Bakalar and Paine Galleries, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston
Qazi Fazli Azeem (Design), Noah Booshu (Photo), Carolyn T. Burns (2D), AJ Farkas (Photo), Andrew Hammerand (Photo), Lillian Harden (3D), Nicholas Hullibarger (3D), Molly Lamb (Photo), Andree Leduc (2D), Micah R.O. Litant (2D), Michael Pallazola (Film/Video), Stephen Quinlan (Film/Video), Ben Radville (3D), Sara Romani (Photo), Eric Ruby (Photo), Karina Tovar (Studio for Interrelated Media), Dwight Evan Young (Film/Video)
Reception: Thursday April 24, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talks: Saturday April 26, 1-3 pm
Free

Monday May 12 - Saturday May 24

MassArt MFA Thesis Exhibition II
MassArt, Bakalar Gallery, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston
YoAhn Han (2D), Sofie Hodara (Design), Kimberly Maroon (Design), Fish McGill (Design), Angela Mittiga (Photo), Dylan Nelson (Photo), Danny Schissler (Photo), Biyang Song (Studio for Interrelated Media), Lele Zhang (3D)
Reception: Thursday May 15, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talks: Saturday May 17, 1-3 pm
Free

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Sunday April 27*

Boston University, Morse Auditorium, 602 Commonwealth Ave, Boston
Visiting Artist: Miranda July
Part of the Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series at Boston University's School of Visual Arts
4:30pm / Free and open to the public

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Tuesday April 29
MassArt, Tower Auditorium, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston

Talk: Daniel Gordon
Daniel Gordon's trompe l'oeil conceptual works allude to a wide range of art historical influences, from Dutch still lifes and Cubism to assemblage and collage traditions, but each one begins with an internet image search. Gordon cuts, tears, and assembles printed images into three-dimensional objects. The final photographs appear computer generated or digitally manipulated, but Gordon combats this association by showing his hand and allowing imperfections to permeate each work-an iconoclastic approach in a world often obsessed with photoshopping out every perceived flaw.
6pm / Free

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BR&S is a Media Sponsor!
Thursday May 1 — Sunday May 4

Flash Forward Festival
Fairmont Battery Wharf, 2 Battery Wharf, Boston
Free

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