Monthly Archives: May, 2005

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: EDIBLE ART

By BIG RED Print this article April 28, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at Edible Art, a fundraiser for the scholarship fund at Lesley University. Edible Art was held this year at the Skywalk of the…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: VELODROME

By BIG RED Print this article April 28th, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town from the off-site reception for Tim Saltarelli’s Velodrome, in conjunction with In the End, Maybe It was Never Even There.

Articles Left to right: Jackson Pollock, unknown child, Clement Greenberg, Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner. At the beach in 1952. (photographer unknown)
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32 JACKSON POLLOCK PAINTINGS UNCOVERED

By BIG RED Print this article According to Reuters, thirty-two works by Jackson Pollock, created between 1946-49, before his meteoric rise to fame, were uncovered in a Long Island warehouse. The works were found by a filmmaker, Alex Matter, who…

Articles an oblique shot of the sketch by Eric Rudd that hangs in Gallery Row and Berkshire Gifts in North Adams. Photo: Caroline Bonnivier / Berkshire Eagle Staff
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NUDITY ALRIGHT IN NORTH ADAMS

By BIG RED Print this article Last week, the North Adams city council voted to dismiss a proposal submitted by councilor Robert R. Moulton Jr. seeeking to prohibit any display of “nude or partially nude female or male” where it…

Articles Denise Marika, Gnaw, still from video installation, 2005. On view at Howard Yezerski Gallery.
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GLIMPSES OF CYBERARTS, AND MORE…

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Mary Ellen Strom: The Nudes Judi Rotenberg Gallery Through May 7 Corporate Commands Space 200 Through April 29 Denise Marika: Detritus Howard Yezerski Gallery Through May 24 Some time back we wrote a Beer…

Articles Sturtevant at MIT.
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OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY: STURTEVANT @ THE LIST

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article While walking through the National Gallery some years ago from some distance across a large space I spotted an unfamiliar synthetic cubist painting from Picasso’s studio series. From afar there was something off about…

Articles Mary Ellen Strom, Nude No. 2, Hope Clark, Video Projection, 2004. After
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MARY ELLEN STROM @ JUDI ROTENBERG

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article Judi Rotenberg Gallery feels a bit eerie and subversive these days. The windows are blacked-out, labeled only with the title of the current show: “The Nudes”. The gallery itself is as dark as a…

Articles Tamiko Thiel, still from Beyond Manzanar, virtual reality istallation (created with Zara Houshmard)
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TAMIKO THIEL AT GOETHE-INSTITUT BOSTON

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article The CyberArts flyers said that Geometries of Power, an online multi-user event, would run from 2-5 pm. This was a typo. The program only went live at 3 pm. The mistake was lucky; we…

Articles Nam-June Paik, Requiem For The 20th Century
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CYBER OFFERINGS @ THE DECORDOVA

By ELLEN WETMORE Print this article The Decordova hosted the winners of the ARTCOM residency for Boston Cyberarts 2005: Jon Klima and Carrie Bodle. Klima’s Train is an HO [1] scale layout featuring two sets of locomotives and cars circling…

Articles Above: three videos stills from The Day Of The Cabbage.
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A CONVERSATION WITH JEFFU WARMOUTH

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article Boston artist Jeff “Jeffu” Warmouth is a funny guy. His work incorporates elements of children’s tv (think “You Can’t Do That On Television”) with prop comedy, Jewish humor, kung fu and cooking. His pieces…