Monthly Archives: November, 2004

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MOMA REOPENS

By BIG RED Print this article On November 20th, in momentous fanfare, the permanent home of the Museum of Modern Art, the David and Peggy Rockefeller Gallery Building, reopened for the first time since its extened facelift. The $425 million…

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WE NEED YOUR ART

By BIG RED Print this article In January of 2005, Big RED and Shiny will host our first fundraising event at the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery. We have learned a lot from this past election, and know…

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OBITUARY: DOUBLETAKE MAGAZINE

By BIG RED Print this article Somerville-based arts journal and National Magazine Award winner DoubleTake has ceased publication after failing to support itself for several years. Fundraisers, that included a performance by Bruce Springsteen and a celebrity auction in early…

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STREET TALK

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article George Nick: An Artist’s Conscience Concord Art Association 37 Lexington Road Concord, Mass. Through December 23 Gallery Naga Through December 18 Since his first one person exhibition, in 1964, at the Carnegie Institute of…

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INTIMACHINE @ ART INTERACTIVE

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article Is it alright to review the opening of a show? Is it somehow demeaning to gauge the qualities of an exhibition based on the response of the group that turned out to herald the…

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NASAD CONSIDERS PH.D IN ART

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article On October 16, 2004, members of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) met to discuss Futures for the Terminal Professional Degree in Art and Design. The purpose of this discussion,…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: SOWA FIRST FRIDAY

By BIG RED Print this article November 5, 2004 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at SOWA First Friday. Photographer Thomas Gustainis The Big RED publisher makes a scene The crowd @ Bernard Toale Gallery More Bernard Toale…

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INVISIBLE SILENCE @ BROWN UNIVERSITY

By THOMAS DORAN Print this article “To comprehend is not to construct an intellectual thesis but to apprehend by coexistence, the consciousness that is at the same time spontaneous and reflected.” Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Visible and the Invisible How do…

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PERSISTENCE OF BECOMING @ NAVE GALLERY

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article The Nave Gallery is a lovely new exhibition space located in the still-active Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church on Powderhouse Boulevard. The gallery recently showed a lovelier still exhibit, curated by Lauren O’Neal and Alex…

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ELLEN WETMORE @ BOSTON SCULPTORS

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article A quick Google search of the phrase genetically modified vegetables produces a wide range of interesting results. They run the gamut from the practical (What are the labelling requirements for genetically modified food?) to…

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FEED @ MASSART

By JOE ZANE Print this article FEED – Artists and Digital Influence: a show around the theme of artists who use technology in creation of their work. Thirty or forty years ago this might have been a exciting topic to…

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MOBILIZE @ CHARLESTOWN WORKING THEATER

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article MOBILIZE (the 4th in the ongoing international performance art series) presented by Mobius and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston produced by Marilyn Arsem and Jamie McMurry at the Charlestown Working…

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WORDS OF HOPE AND ENCOURAGEMENT

By BIG RED Print this article The past few months have seen many highs, and just as many lows, for the people of Boston. For every great moment, there has been a terrible one. For each evening spent in revelry,…