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Go & See: Tuesday January 29—Monday February 4


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

Tuesday January 29
MassArt, Bakalar Gallery, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston
Passing Time
Matthew Buckingham, Rineke Dijkstra, Shaun Gladwell, Félix González-Torres, Leandro Katz, Philipp Lachenmann, Stefana McClure, Su-Mei Tse, among others.
Opening Reception: Tuesday January 29
6-8pm / Free

Wednesday January 30
Lesley University, Lesley’s Washburn Auditorium, 10 Phillips Place, Cambridge
Panel Discussion: Revolutions - Photographs of the Arab Spring
Join us for this exciting event held in conjunction with the Consulate General of France.
7pm / Free. Register here.

Thursday January 31
MassArt, Brant Gallery, 3rd floor South, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston
REAL TALK: Inventive Trajectories and the investigation of post-art school mythologies
Come hear four artists talk about the ways they've made an art career work for them.
Starring: Doug Weathersby of Environmental Services, Taylor Davis, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons and Peter Walsh.
7-8pm / Free

Thursday January 31
Emerson College, The Paramount Center, 554 Washington Street, Boston
Bright Lights: Behind The Screens Programmer...
Book talk with author, programmer and festival director Jon Gann (DC Shorts) and a panel of festival programmers including James Nadeau (Boston LGBT), Ben Fowlie (Camden Film Fest) and Anna Feder (SF Indie)
7:30-10pm / Free

Friday February 1
450 Harrison Avenue, Boston
SoWa First Fridays
5-8pm / Free

Friday February 1
Montserrat College of Art Galleries, 23 Essex St, Beverly, MA
Under Your Skin: Jennifer Montgomery
Curated by Filmmaker Tara Nelson
Under Your Skin is a series of screenings and visiting filmmakers considering the role of the artist's body and how it related to moving image.
Artist Talk: 11:30am—12:30pm
Screening: 7-9pm

• Exhibitions

Friday January 25 — Sunday March 3
Wesleyan University, North Gallery, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, 283 Washington Terrace, Middletown, CT
Remodeling Zilkha (2012) by Janne Höltermann, Two-Channel Video Installation (8:16 min.)
Lucy+Jorge Orta: Food-Water-Life
Opening Reception: Tuesday January 29, 4:30-6:30pm
Gallery Talk by Judith Hoos Fox: 5pm

Wednesday January 30 — Tuesday March 12*
SMFA, Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery, 230 The Fenway, Boston
Histories of Now: Space for Dialogue, Art and Activism
Organized in the form of a continued dialogue and culminating with the production of a multimedia publication, "Histories of Now: Space for Dialogue, Art and Activism" transforms the gallery into a site of international and local exchanges focusing on current events in Egypt, and using these events as a means of discussing a multiplicity of contemporary social movements.
Tuesday — Wednesday: 10—5 (reserved for local exchanges)
Thursday — Friday: 12—7 (reserved for international exchanges where local time is an issue)
Closed Mondays, weekends and holidays
Free and open to the public

Wednesday January 30 — Sunday February 24
Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Ave #43, Boston
Sophia Ainslie, in person
Opening Reception: Friday February 1
5-7:30 pm / Free

Friday February 1 — Sunday March 31
Boston University, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Teaching the Body: Artistic Anatomy in the American Academy, from Copley, Rimmer, and Eakins to Contemporary Artists
Opening Reception: Thursday January 31
6-8pm / Free

Friday February 1 — Sunday June 9
Davis Museum, 106 Central Street, Wellesley
Prepared Box for John Cage
February 1 — June 9, 2013

• Screenings

Friday February 1 — Sunday February 24
Museum of Fine Arts, Remis Auditorium, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston
Film Series: The Films of Stanley Kubrick
Times vary / $9 MFA members, seniors, and students | $11 Nonmembers

Friday February 1 - Sunday March 10
Harvard University, Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy Street, Cambrige
Harvard Film Archive Presents: Action! Action! Action! A Raoul Walsh Retrospective
Times vary / Free

• Performances

Tuesday January 29*
SoWa, 450 Harrison Ave, Boston
Performance Art, Drag, Dance, Burlesque, Movement, Musical, and Sound
Curated by: Tom Bardwell, David Bermingham, Caleb Cole, Sean Johnson
Participating SoWa Galleries:
7—10pm / Free

Saturday February 2 — 3
Fourth Wall Project, 132 Brookline Ave, Boston
NEAR DEATH: Performance Art Experience
Curated: Vela Phelan
Saturday February 2, 4—11pm:
Faith Johnson- Durational, 4pm- 11pm
Travis McCoy Fuller- 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Jamie McMurry- 9pm to 10pm
zeroBARDO screening - Malcolm Smith and Peter Dobill
Dj's: Jesse Kaminsky & Isabella Koen
Sunday February 3, 6—11pm:
Marilyn Arsem- Durational, 6pm - 11pm
VestAndPage- 7pm-8pm
Jeff Huckleberry- 8:30pm-9:30pm
zeroBARDO screening - Yassy Goldie
BATHAUS DJing w/a final closing set from 10-11pm
Mystery guest "?"

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