Monthly Archives: May, 2006

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: NEWBURY STREET

By BIG RED May 4, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town on Newbury Street for openings at Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Pepper Gallery and Robert Klein Gallery. Featuring the adventures of the Big RED Trucker Cap “Aya Baya…

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LINDA NORDEN TO LEAVE FOGG

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR As Geoff Edgers over at “The Exhibitionist” reported earlier this week, Linda Norden will be leaving the Fogg after 8 years as curator. She has not stated her future plans. In a conversation with Charles…

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WITH SALT OR SUGAR?

By BIG RED NEW EDITOR Ahhhhhhhhh…. summer. There are many great things about a summer in New England. For Bostonians and Cantabridgians, the streets are suddenly quiet after the departure of all those pesky students. For everyone else, there are…

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ERWIN WURM AND SARAH WALKER @ THE ROSE

By CHARLES GIULIANO For Austrian artists of the generation of Erwin Wurm, born in 1954, the challenge has been to get out from under the formidable gravitas of the strum und drang of the earlier Vienna Actionists of the 1960s.…

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SO LONG, SOWA

By RACHEL GEPNER April 1st of last year I was homeless, penniless and jobless, but I had a studio in 450 Harrison Ave in SoWa. I still remember how proud I was the first time I went in to work.…

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

By MATTHEW GAMBER Readers, donors – dedicated and new: No commemorative DVD’s were offered! No tote bags! No coffee mugs! No operators were standing by! No phones! Yet, you continued to respond! Here at Big RED, we want to extend…

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NINA LOLA BACHHUBER @ SPACE OTHER

By MICAH J. MALONE Perhaps the most distinct and, ironically, traditional aspects of Nina Lola Bachhuber’s show Yesterday I Ate A Lizard is its insistence on formal strategies. It is surprisingly refreshing to find a sculptor primarily interested in a…

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TIPPING POINT @ MILLS GALLERY

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Do all stories have a climax, breaking point, or fulcrum of sorts? Well, they all can, but how the story is spoken, written, played, drawn, or however the author, (whether they know they are an author not),…

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PROJECTING IN LIGHT @ WIT

By KATHRYN ADA DUTOIT Death. Suffering. Self-image. These ideas and more are explored by Boston artists Bebe Beard and Linda Leslie Brown in new digital-based work in Projecting in Light, which was on view at Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Casella…

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ARTHOUSE @ 85 ROCKVIEW ST.

By MATTHEW NASH So, when a real estate developer decides to promote a new pair of overpriced condos with two weekends of art events, I tend not to think too much about it. But given that the event is packed…