Monthly Archives: February, 2005

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STEPHEN JACOBS @ GALLERY KAYAFAS

By JESSICA HUTFLESS Print this article My first reaction to “War Games”, an exhibit of photographs by Stephen Jacobs taken of WWII reenactors, was one of disorientation. I knew nothing of what the show was about when I first walked…

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ON-THE-TOWN SPECTACULAR

By BIG RED Print this article Boston may be small, but it certainly has a lot going on. These past few weeks have seen a wide variety of openings and events, and we at Big RED have done our best…

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ONI GALLERY TO REMAIN CLOSED

By BIG RED Print this article It was a sunny Friday afternoon when the phone rang at the Big RED offices in Jamaica Plain. On the other end of the line was Tim Bailey from Oni Gallery, calling with a…

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THANK YOU

By BIG RED Print this article On the heels of our fundraiser, it is important to thank a few people for helping it go so well. Laura, Adra, Kristi and Jen at the BCA for their kindness, support and assistance…

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ANNIVERSARY: A YEAR IN REVIEW

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article This Valentines Day, Big RED & Shiny has it’s first birthday. That’s right, our little pink website is now a year old, and we can now allow ourselves the indulgence of looking back on…

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MONTSERRAT ALUMS CREATE MURAL FOR MBTA

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Print this article Three years ago, Jason Asselin and Marybeth Mungovan, both 2001 graduates, responded to an open call by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) for a site-specific work to enhance the in-progress Boston…

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GUILTY PLEASURES

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park Including: Leika Akiyama, Ilona Anderson, Robert Arnold, Doug Bell, Kathleen Bitetti, Dana C. Chandler, Jr. (Akin Duro), Cynthia Constentino, Christine Couture,…

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ALFREDO CONDE @ AS220

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Copying something creates a fake. Creating that fake object can be quite simple, you need only find an original and copy it, bearing in mind that he closer the semblance to the original, the…