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Go & See: Tuesday 12 – Monday 18 November


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

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Tuesday November 12

John Divola, Zuma Beach, 1977—78

BR&S's Clint Baclawski's Pick!

MassArt, Tower Auditorium, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston
Photography Lecture Series: John Divola
2pm / Free

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Thursday November 14*

Boston University, CFA Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Ave, Boston
Lecture: Janine Antoni
"Janine Antoni is a contemporary artist working in performance art, sculpture and photography. Antoni’s work is process-driven, and relates deeply to the artist’s body as both subject and mode of production. She has made drawings with her eyelashes, used her hair as a paintbrush, cast full body self-portraits in soap, and slept in a gallery for 28 days. Her seductive, culturally loaded materials—chocolate, cosmetics, the artist’s own body—reveal an interest in identity, power, and representations of the feminine in contemporary society. Her work is constantly evolving, pushing the boundaries that separate art from everyday life and objects, while simultaneously challenging her viewers’ assumptions about the world around them." [Source: www.bu.edu]
6:30pm / Free

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Thursday November 14*

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 280 The Fenway, Boston
Lecture: Linda Nochlin: Finding, Losing; Remembering, Forgetting
"Linda Nochlin gives a general survey of Sophie Calle’s work, dwelling on the most recent and emphasizing the topics of searching, losing, finding, remembering and forgetting within an appropriate context." [Source: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum]
7pm / $5-$15 | Reserve online here.

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Thursday November 14

Greg Lindquist, Installation View, Lavender Pit Innerscape, 2012.

Editor-in-chief John Pyper's Pick!

Harvard Graduate School of Design, Room 109 Gund Hall, 48 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA
Lecture: Greg Lindquist, image-landscape-futures
Presented by the Department of Landscape Architecture
10-11:30am / Free

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Thursday November 14 & Friday November 15

Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, 106 Central Street, Wellesley, MA
The Guerrilla Girls
Lecture: Thursday, 5:30pm, Jewett Auditorium
Gallery Talk: Friday, 1:30pm, Davis Museum

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Friday November 15

RISD Graduate Open Studios, The Fletcher Building, 212 Union Street, Providence, RI
Scratch and Sniff: Graduate Open Studios
7-11pm / Free

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Saturday November 16

Patty Chang and David Kelley, Route 3, video still, 2011. Courtesy of the artists.

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA
The role of documentation in art and The 2013 DeCordova Biennial
Artists Hamra Abbas, Jonathan Calm, and David Kelley share varies ways in which documentation is explored within their work. Fifteen minute tours of the featured artists' work will be offered at 1:45 pm and at 3 pm.
"Each of the artists uniquely reference and utilize cultural histories while calling into question the language and assumptions of documentation: Abbas investigates the Indo-Persian religious miniatures housed in the Kaaba, Calm dissects the history of U.S. urban public housing initiatives, and Kelley (with his partner in collaboration, Patty Chang) examine a large road building project connecting China, Laos, and Thailand." [Source: deCordova]
2-3pm / Admission here.

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Friday November 15 — Friday December 13

University of Massachusetts Boston, Harbor Gallery, 100 William T. Morrissey Blvd, Boston
yBos 2: Young Boston Artists 2013
Opening Reception: Friday November 15
5—8pm / Free

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