Monthly Archives: July, 2005

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BIG RED RSS FEED

By BIG RED Print this article If you surf the web a lot, you’ve probably run across this icon – – a few times. Perhaps you’ve seen it’s cousin – – and wondered what it means. RSS is short for…

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JAUNE QUICK TO SEE SMITH

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article It was with great relief that we pulled into the driveway behind a wall along a country road in rural New Mexico near Albuquerque. Finding the home of Jaune Quick to See Smith and…

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IN THE STUDIO WITH RIC HAYNES

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article In the studio are large, figurative, plywood cutouts, meant to be free-standing, that Ric Haynes is about to pack up and drive to the Bradley Academy of Visual Arts in York, Pennsylvania. An exhibition…

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COLD SWEAT: GETTING EMOTIONAL @ THE ICA

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article This summer exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art brings to Boston, some for the very first time, a stunning array of A list American and international art stars. It was riveting to get…

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IMPERSONATURE @ ARTSPACE@16

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Nature is everything (energy, matter, etc.) (as far as I know). impersonature is the 27th show at Sand T’s artSPACE@16. Nature, in our anthropocentric concept of reality, is most often defined by everything not…

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ROBERT AMESBURY @ BERNARD TOALE

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article Brands distinguish things from one another. In marketing, essentially anything can be considered a brand, from a pack of gum or a tube of toothpaste to a magazine, a school, an airline, a hospital,…

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YOU ARE MY SECRET @ CLIFFORD SMITH

By STEVE AISHMAN Print this article I remember walking by the teacher’s lounge when I was nine years old and I saw some teachers preparing a birthday cake. The teacher who was apparently in charge of the candles, told me…

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FAUX NAIVE @ OSP

By MARINA VERONICA Print this article Henri Rousseau, the self-taught French artist, influenced early modernists, like Matisse and Picasso, with his “naive” style – predictably childlike, brightly colored, and imaginary, with a non-scientific perspective. A group exhibition at OSP gallery…

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REBECCA NORRIS WEBB @ THE GRIFFIN

By JONATHAN FARDY Print this article Animal art. That’s a pairing of words whose particular combination can send many in the art world running for the door. But that’s because we normally associate it with the world of cutesy kitsch.…

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TEST 7 @ INTERNATIONAL BICYCLE CENTER

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article The Allston parking lot setting for the most recent TEST 7, felt like a throwback to some long gone American summer. Students were milling, music was playing, and the macadam could have still been…

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THE ARTIST AND THE ORATOR

By JAMES NADEAU Print this article Does an artist have the responsibility to explain his/her work? Can the work exist as an entity unto itself? We are trained as artists to think critically about what we make, what we see…

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SYNTHETIC ART: GENESIS

By KARINE JOUENNE & REESE INMAN Print this article As part of a continuing series proposing an interpretation of ‘Synthetic Art’, this issue presents a conversation between gallerist/curator Karine Jouenne and artists Reese Inman and Brian Knep. — Synthetic: Relating…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: PH15 @ CMAC

By BIG RED Print this article July 7, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center for the opening of ph15: cameras, communities, connections. This exhibition featured photographs created by teenagers living in…