Monthly Archives: January, 2005

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HENRY FORD WAS THE PICASSO OF HIS DAY

By BIG RED Print this article Then again, Picasso was actually the Picasso of Henry Ford’s day, so the title of this news item is misleading and wrong. Perhaps a decent adjustment would be to say that Lee Iacocca was…

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COME OUT AND SUPPORT BIG RED

By BIG RED Print this article On January 28, 2005, Big RED and Shiny will host our first fundraising event at the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery (539 Tremont Street in Boston’s South End). Titled Big RED :…

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FACE IT

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Likenesses: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists Including works by: Matthew Antezzo, Roy Arden, David Armstrong, Dawoud Bey, AA Bronson, Edgar Bryan, Heather Cantrell, Chuck Close, Anne Collier, Tacita Dean, Sam Durant, Nan Goldin,…

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CALEB WEINTRAUB @ GALERIE SWANSTROM

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article I was suspicious when I walked into the opening, the gallery turned into a discotèque, bass pumping, dimmed lighting, a video projection—presumably of Caleb Weintraub’s—projected on a wall. Galerie Swanström is a newbie in…

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BOSTON-ISM

By BIG RED Print this article As part of our continuing effort to encourage dialogue among the diverse aspects of the Boston community, Big RED & Shiny asked a variety of culture-makers to respond to the following statement: We as…

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BIG RED : GREEN

By BIG RED Print this article On January 28, 2005, Big RED and Shiny will host our first fundraising event at the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery (539 Tremont Street in Boston’s South End). Titled Big RED :…

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LEF FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2005 GRANTS

By BIG RED Print this article On December 16th, LEF Foundation announced their annual General Fund grants for 2004. Thirty-seven organizations, groups and individuals received funding this year, with a total allocation of $340,000. Recipients include: in the Visual Arts…

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ROASTING CHESTNUTS IN CHELSEA

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article East Village USA Curated by Dan Cameron New Museum of Contemporary Art 556 West 22nd Street Through March 19 Suddenly it’s the 1980s all over again in this lively and insightful exhibition. The intent…

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COLLEGE TOWN: KRISTEN LA LOND

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article Boston is a college town. With this comes a constant turn-over of new artists, new ideas, and new energy. Much of the independent scene in our city is built on this energy, and fed…

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SCOTT LISTFIELD @ LOCCO RITORO

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article In a previous issue of Big RED, I wrote about science-fiction and its role as a gauge of our current collective fears. Good sci-fi extrapolates our underlying paranoia and expands them into the future…

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RUNE OLSEN @ SAMSON PROJECTS

By JASON DEAN Print this article …Yet man to-day is the same man that drank from his enemy’s skull in the dark German forests, that sacked cities, and stole his women from neighboring clans like any howling aborigine. The flesh-and-blood…

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CERITH WYN EVANS @ LVAC AND MFA

By THOMAS DORAN Print this article At the end of January two Boston venues will have played host to expansive exhibitions by the Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans; both the List Visual Arts Center at MIT and the MFA. Wyn…

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