Monthly Archives: February, 2006

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE

By BIG RED February 8th, 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the opening of Harvey Loves Harvey “Pseudo-science For a Better Tomorrow” at Fitchburg State College.   Harvey Loves Harvey Fitchburg State College Images by James…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: BERWICK RESEARCH INSTITUTE

By BIG RED February 19th. 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the Enormous Room in Central Sq. at the Berwick Research Institutes’, “nothing fancy- a chance to sit back in psuedo-Moraccan-Manhattan-Orientalist-Chick-Splendor for a good cause and…

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ROMNEY SET TO CUT FUNDING TO MCC

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Due to impending cuts in the state budget, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has recommended that money to fund the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) be cut. A plea from Dan Hunter, Executive Director for Massachusetts Advocates…

Articles Henri Matisse, Carmelina, oil on canvas, 1903. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
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MODERN ART @ THE MFA

By CHARLES GIULIANO With the exception of the occasional great painting, usually Northern European, it is generally thought that the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston missed the boat on acquiring 20th century art. Particularly when compared to its renowned depth…

Articles *Here is the custom name tag I was issued through registration at last year's conference. The only time I really needed it was to gain access to the book fair. The mild irony: because I had registered for the conference, I could not afford to purchase any of the books I was allowed to see. Though, there were excellent coffee and cookies available.
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

By MATTHEW GAMBER I have had the opportunity, in close proximity, to be on both sides of the application process. If you’ve read though parts of Issue 35, and you are unfazed by the articles on Art and Academia, here…

Articles Jake Bloomer, Crocodile Tear Reservoir, (detail) graphite on paper, 2005.
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AFTER @ THE MILLS GALLERY

By LUANNE STOVALL After, the current exhibition at the Mills Gallery curated by Laura Donaldson, seeks to initiate a conversation about our pivotal responses to Loss. Speaking mostly in distanced elegiac tones, the exhibition stakes its primary ground in the…

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HUMANE OUTRAGE

By MARRIKKA TROTTER Architecture is the expression of the very being of societies….In practice, only the ideal being of society, that which orders and prohibits with authority, expresses itself in what are architectural compositions in the strict sense of the…

Articles Mel Ziegler, Hold Your Breath, air compressor & balloons, 2004.
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A CONVERSATION WITH MEL ZIEGLER

By MICAH J. MALONE Mel Ziegler and Kate Ericson produced some of the most important and challenging work of their generation during their ten-year collaboration between 1985-1995. The largest survey to date of their often overlooked and complex production opened…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: SECOND GALLERY

By BIG RED January 28, 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the grand opening of the new Second Gallery in the Distillery Building, South Boston. Second Gallery Images by Matthew Nash & James Manning.

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: ICA BOSTON

By BIG RED January 31st 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the reception for “Living in Motion: Design and Architecture for Flexible Dwelling.” This is the final exhibit opening at the ICA Boston at its Boylston…

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ZIZEK! RELEASED

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR The documentary “Zizek!” has been released by Hidden Driver Productions and Documentary Campaign, a non-profit working to combine progressive politics with artistic filmmaking. Hartford’s Real Art Ways made itself the first New England venue for…

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ARNOLD TRACHTMAN: IN THE STUDIO

By CHARLES GIULIANO January 23, 2006 The initial phone call came back in December. An invitation from the artist Arnold Trachtman to come view a large triptych “Cabarett, 1927” which he worked on from 1993-1995 but had just finished. It…

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