Search Results: Anya Ventura (6)

Articles
0 Foreclosed Dreams at Yellow Peril

In David H. Wells’ Foreclosed Dreams at Providence’s Yellow Peril Gallery, we see the material residue of dreams deferred, if not entirely scuffed out. The photographs, presenting a kind of archeology of the recent past, document houses in limbo,…

0 Contributors

Volume 2: 2012 — Brian Christopher Glaser Brian is an artist, educator and Boston-native and is the Managing Editor of BR&S, coordinating the editorial activities of the publication. He has a BFA from Tulane University in New Orleans and his MFA in Sculpture…

Magazine
0 What We Talk About When We Talk about Social

The Living as Form exhibition is a landmark survey of a diffuse set of socially-engaged art practices that have steadily been gaining momentum since the 1990s. Originally produced in 2011 by the New York-based public art agency Creative Time and…

Magazine
0 Review: Arlene Shechet: Meissen Recast

In Arlene Shechet’s Meissen Recast at the RISD Museum, strips of clay lie in slag heaps atop intricately painted ceramic vessels. A delicate foot protrudes from the frilly underside of a petticoat. A figure lies trapped beneath a white kiln…

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0 Review: Asylum at GRIN

Andrea Lynn Santos’ work evokes the spareness of this time of year, as leaves fall to the ground, windows are shut tight, and the sky is emptied of birds. As in the collograph print, My Bed, My Burden, it speaks…

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0 Who’s afraid of Bruce High Quality?

The Columbia historian Eric Foner has written that freedom in today’s neoliberal world is largely defined by “a series of negations—of government, of social responsibility, of a common public culture, of restraints on individual self-definition and consumer choice.” In the…