Monthly Archives: December, 2004

Magazine Example of Lucy McKenzie' work, Study for Mates, 2004
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LUCY MCKENZIE @ ICA

By MICAH J. MALONE Print this article Perhaps ever since the inception of conceptual art many artists have insisted on using whatever medium necessary to achieve an idea. Not willing to assign themselves to a singular medium and become hostage…

Articles Chris Nau, Inhabitat XI, graphite and drywall, 2004
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CUT @ THE MILLS

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article “Cut” works gently. None of the works are quite human-scaled. The effect is that of an alien and enchanting terrain, parts Lilliputian and parts Brobdingnagian.* For Inhabitat XI, Chris Nau drew on and cut…

Articles Team America: World Police
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PUPPETS IN CINEMA

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the undisputed kings of construction paper animation chose not to create “Team America: World Police” with their favorite medium or even live actors, but marionettes. Puppets, which look remarkably…

Articles Interacting with Healing #1
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SEVEN QUESTIONS WITH BRIAN KNEP

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article In the last issue of Big RED, I reviewed the exhibition Intimachine at Art Interactive. During the opening, I was introduced to the artist Brian Knep, whose work is included in the show, as…

Articles Courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
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GARDNER MUSEUM EXPANSION

By BIG RED Print this article The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum announced the selection of Renzo Piano and the Renzo Piano Building Workshop to plan and design a new building on the Museum’s property. The structure will meet the physical…

Articles Randall Thurston, Ouroboros at the BCA
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SMART ART

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Cut Chris Nau, Randal Thurston, Debra Weisberg Curated by Laura Donaldson Mills Gallery Through January 9 Boston Center for the Arts 539 Tremont Street Boston, Mass. 02116-6338 Abstracting Thoughts Linda Leslie Brown, Keith Francis,…

Articles Laura Baring Gould, Oseberg Boat, Paper, 2004. At Boston Sculptors Gallery.
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WALKABOUT

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Yeah right. Try to find a parking space during the jam packed First Friday festivities in the lively, newly expanded, gorgeously renovated and upgraded South End of Boston. Thanks be to Saint Christopher, the…