Monthly Archives: March, 2005

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BEER AND BURGERS: FIFIELD, NASH, MANNING

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Charles Giuliano is willing to sacrifice his liver for a good interview. Recently, he began publishing his Beer and Burgers series, in which he sits down with those involved in Boston’s arts and takes…

Articles Lauren Greenfield, Sheena tries on clothes with Amber, 15, in a department store dressing room, San Jose, California, Silver dye bleach print, from the book Girl Culture, Chronicle Books, 2002
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GIRL CULTURE @ TUFTS UNIVERSITY

By BEN SLOAT Print this article Currently showing at the Tufts University Tisch Gallery is an exhibition by the photographer Lauren Greenfield titled “Girl Culture.” Greenfield photographs girls and young women in various guises such as beauty queens,  fashionistas, victims…

Articles Vaughn Bell, Portable Gardens in a Japanese Style (with instruction manual), mixed media, 2005
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INCREMENTAL DISRUPTION @ NAO GALLERY

By REESE INMAN Print this article The artists of “Incremental Disruption” comprise a fascinating triumvirate. NAO director Karine Jouenne’s curatorial statement references technology writer Michael Schrage’s influential arguments for the transformational power of small, incremental changes, stating that the exhibition…

Articles Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Christ in a Storm on the Sea of Galilee, the only seascape ever painted by Rembrandt was stolen from the Gardner Museum.
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GARDNER THEFT: 15 YEARS LATER

By WILLIAM YOUNGWORTH Print this article Sunday, March 18, 1990 is a famous date. On that day, the biggest art heist in U.S. history occurred at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, with over $300 million in paintings lost. Works by…

Articles Christopher Santer, Sugar..., Acrylic on Canvas.
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A CONVERSATION WITH DREW KATZ

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article With three years behind it, Gallery Katz is middle-aged by SoWa standards. Started by Drew Katz, a RISD grad originally from Kansas, this gallery showcases work that often stands out from the surrounding venues.…

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THE SOMERVILLE GATES

By BIG RED Print this article Only a few short weeks ago, Mr. Geoff Hargadon was kind enough to include work in our Big RED: Green event. Not a moment too soon, now that fame has grabbed him by the…

Articles To restore their honor, ONI artists (left to right) Lydia Eccles, Nicholas Vargelis, Ryan Krakowsky and Tim Bailey prepare to jump to their deaths, a final ONI performance at the doomed GAIETY THEATRE.
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ONI WHIPPED BY INSPECTIONAL SERVICES

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Print this article W. W. Marquis de Sade D.? * ONI art-performance space will never open again. No, you will not be seeing the scintillating opener Quadrosonic Porn, a 3-screen video extravaganza from NY. In…

Articles Sue de Beer, still from Hans und Grete, 2002.
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TECHNOLOGY, THE BODY, AND MAKING ART

By JAMES NADEAU Print this article Consider the body and its relation to technology and art. Does technology bridge the obtrusive gap between one’s consciousness and the art one creates? The brush, the fragment of charcoal, a stick of graphite,…

Articles Gerry Bergstein, Entropy #4, oil on canvas, 1991.
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BEER AND BURGERS: GERRY BERGSTEIN

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Redefining Boston Expressionism Asked if he is a Boston Expressionist in a tradition that started most notably with Hyman Bloom, Jack Levine and Karl Zerbe back in the 1930s, the artist/ painter Gerry Bergstein…

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VROOM, VROOM: CAR TALK

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Speed, Style and Beauty: Cars from the Ralph Lauren Collection Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Curated by Darcy Kuronen March 6 through July 3, 2005 Usually I enjoy tuning in to Emily Rooney who…

Articles Item: Photos of breakfast, lunch and dinner
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CONFESSIONS OF AN EBAY ARTIST

By GUIDO CATHERINE Print this article I am selling my day, March 19th, on eBay. Why? Because March 15th seemed like a bad idea. I will be starting with my breakfast, then dividing the day into blocks of times and…