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At last, number 56. The issues usually speak for themselves, and this writing is just a snippet among all the other writings: Reviews from shows in academia, a column from the Anonymous Art Dealer, the next installment of the White Cube, snaps from various openings throughout the area, and a encore report from Miami to warm things up.

Also, we have a very helpful new feature in the left menu coulmn. When you click on a catagory, it will drop down and list the individual pieces, remaining visible when you are in the article you want to read. This way, you can continue onto the next writing without having to memorize you place in the queue.

One writing that stands out, and with regret of its subject, I would like to highlight. Jeff Freedner has written an essay for us at Big RED, about his last days with Cliff Pfeiffer, in response to a news item we ran last issue. For those that knew Cliff and would like to know a little more of the story though Jeff's words, this is the column I would recommend you read.

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Our upcoming issue will be our anniversary issue, as we closing up our 3rd year. Yes, it has been a positive year for us, as every year thus far has been. I hope that we can continue to grow at the pace we have been and offer you, our readers, even more content in the near future. Many thanks to all of our contributors; it has been your effort that has got us here!


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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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