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.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…