Search Results: John Pyper (39)

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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…

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0 Preview: Ahmed Alsoudani

By John Pyper October 10, 2012      I remember the day that George Herbert Walker Bush ordered the invasion of Kuwait/Iraq and began what is now called the Gulf War. I was in high school, and the entire population…

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0 RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER @ NEW MUSEUM

By JOHN PYPER Till September 19th, the New Museum in Manhattan has a mid-career retrospective for Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander. The works gathered in A Day Like Any Other Day are transitory moments collected and framed. She transforms seemingly random…

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0 CARLIN WING @ ANTHONY GREANEY

By JOHN PYPER Carlin Wing has a habit of pointing a camera up at the ceiling. Up there, on the blank ceiling, is nothing. Maybe some weird old marks, a light, a crack if the building is old enough, or…

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0 The Beauty of Running

As a lifelong runner, last week marked not just the terrorization of my town but the terrorization of one of my favorite things to do, other than seeing art. For me, there is nothing as simple as putting on a…

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0 Inside Out: A.J. Liberto

Our Daily Red is pleased to continue our artist-in-residence series titled Inside Out. Every month, a new guest artist will have access to the platform to publish images and jot down thoughts about inspiration, obsession, creative failures and insights.…

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0 Odd Spaces at the MFA Boston

Wednesday night the MFA and Big Red & Shiny were proud to present the Odd Spaces panel discussion at the MFA Boston, following the group exhibition of performance art curated by Liz Munsell, assistant curator of contemporary art and MFA…

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0 In Retrospect: Tony Feher & Absent | Present

BR&S’s editors are beginning a regular blogpost highlighting events and exhibitions we’ve seen and enjoyed, but, for any number of reasons, weren’t able to cover. Usually, that reason is time; we feel fortunate to live in a city where…

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0 Inside Out: Back to Boston

Hello and welcome! I’ll be your artist-in-residence for the next few weeks. Sadly, I won’t actually be residing at the offices of BR&S, nor at the domiciles of its affiliates. You are, however, welcome to imagine me warmly nestled just…

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0 The artists of the deCordova Biennial

The deCordova Biennial includes twenty-one artists from all six New England states. In terms of media, it is richly diverse. Generally speaking, the work has a noticeable trend towards very strong colors and reflexively abstract compositions. From Rachel Gross’s…

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0 The Foster Prize: Sarah Bapst

Sarah Bapst’s work is compact, unhurried, and subtle. It is the opposite of the work in the joke that named Big Red & Shiny.1 Being the quiet person in the room can be a hard road though. From the…

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0 The Meta-Biennial: the 2013 deCordova Biennial

Over the last few years I’ve developed sympathy for those who organize large, all-encompassing exhibits like biennials. If you hold on too tightly to a curatorial vision, you can create an autobiographical list of your favorite artists or styles. If…

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0 Changes

It’s impossible to stop the flow of time. A year ago, BR&S innocently jumped into the various local art ecosystems hoping that our experiment would last longer than a few months and we’d have some level of support. Well, we…

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