Monthly Archives: September, 2004

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BIG RED GOES BACK TO SCHOOL

By BIG RED Print this article ‘The station wagons arrived at noon, a long shining line that coursed through the west campus. In single file they eased around the orange I-beam sculpture and moved toward the dormitories. The roofs of…

Articles Malcolm Rogers, current director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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MFA & ROGERS: 10 YEARS AT THE WHEEL

By BIG RED Print this article Nearly a decade has passed since Malcom Rogers arrived in Boston to become one of the most controversial directors in history at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Many supporters claim that Rogers’s unorthodox…

Articles Two views of the new ICA building on Fan Pier.
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THE ICA BREAKS GROUND

By BIG RED Print this article On September 15, the Institute of Contemporary Art broke ground on the construction of its new building. The fantastic structure, which appears to defy both gravity and logic, will be on Fan Pier in…

Articles Can you say no to Uncle Big RED?
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BIG RED WANTS YOU

By BIG RED PUBLISHER Print this article I just wanted to take a few moments, here at the start of autumn, to open the doors of Big RED to all of you, our loyal Big RED fans. As you know,…

Articles Jamie Vasta, Witness, glitter on panel, 2003
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BLURRING LANDSCAPE @ GASP

By MICAH J. MALONE Print this article The brand new gallery GASP, founded by Magda Campos-Pons, has opened in Brookline and should be a venue to watch in the coming year. For the opening debut, Evelyn Rydz has assembled Blurring…