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Go & See: Tuesday 5 – Monday 11 November

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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 this week:

• • • Events • • •

Thursday November 7


Photo: ©Vivian Maier

Brandeis University, Women’s Studies Research Center, Epstein Building, MS 079, 515 South Street, Waltham, MA
Turning the Wheel: The Emergence of Women Artists
A panel discussion with: Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh Assistant Curator of Photographs, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Laura Prieto, Professor of History and Women’s and Gender Studies, Simmons College, Boston. Francine Weiss, Curator, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, and independent scholar. Moderated by Parrish Dobson, Photography Teacher, Buckingham Brown & Nichols School, Cambridge, MA. Organized by New England Women in Photography at Simmons College.
“This panel will place Maier in the context of other women artists, many of whom also faced prejudice and exclusion in their lifetimes. Looking at women artists from the 19th to the current century–including those in the concurrent MFA exhibition “She Who Tells a Story–panelists will illuminate some common threads among women artists from different perspectives and timeframes, not the least of which is how ideas about their own gender have helped or hindered their perceptions of themselves as artists.” [Source: www.brandeis.edu]
7:30pm / Free

• • • Exhibitions • • •

Thursday November 7 — Thursday January 2*


Pattern is Movement, computer-augmented sculpture, 2013

17 COX, 17 COX Court, Beverly, MA
Floor van de Velde, Score for a Color Field
Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Thursday November 7
6-9pm / Free

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Monday November 7 — Saturday November 30

225 Friend Street, Boston
SubSamsøn Presents: John C. Gonzalez, Odd Jobs
Opening Reception: Monday November 7, 6-8pm
Closing Reception: Saturday November 30, 6—8pm
Thursday—Saturday, 11am —5pm & by appointment
Free

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Saturday November 9 – Saturday December 14


Mary Mattingly

Proof Gallery, The Distillery, 516 E. 2nd Street, South Boston, MA
All Our Tomorrows And Yesterdays
Artists: Sean Downey, Mary Mattingly, Eric Petitti. Curated by: Scott Patrick Weiner
Opening Reception: Saturday November 9
6-8pm / Free

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Saturday November 9 — Saturday December 21


Modular cement units, 2012. cement, expandable urethane foam. Photo: Stewart Clements

LaMontagne Gallery, 555 E. 2nd Street, South Boston
Andrew Mowbray, Another Utopia
Opening Reception: Saturday November 9
6-8pm / 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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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


* Found on Big Red and Shiny’s Listing page! Please consider listing your events with us here.

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