Monthly Archives: October, 2006

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: PURE

By BIG RED October 14th 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the opening reception for the exhibit “PURE”, an exhibit performances and works by more than 70 artists at a former office supply superstore in Brighton…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: ART INTERACTIVE

By BIG RED Saturday October 14th 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED exclusive day behind the scenes at the taping of episodes 5 & 6 of the “Art Show Down” game show at Art Interactive. Art Interactive Art Show…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: GASP

By BIG RED October 20, 2006 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at GASP for the show “Option Control Escape” curated by Reese Inman. Gallery Artists Studio Projects (GASP)

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ARTADIA

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR New York-based group Artadia has announced a new innitiative in Boston to fund artists and new work. In a partnership with local supporters (and Big RED funders) LEF Foundation, Artadia will distribute $55,000 over the…

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ICA SETS OPENING DATE

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR The big question around Boston for the past few months has been “when will the ICA finally open?” Originally scheduled to open on September 17, construction delays forced a postponement of the opening, and a…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET #5: Thomas Marquet’s comic strip about life in a gallery. “The White Cube” comics can be read in series in the Big RED & Shiny Collections section. Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic, based in…

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ADVICE FOR ARTISTS

By ANONYMOUS ART DEALER Q: As an Italian artist based in Italy, do you think I have any chance at all to get representation in the U.S.? If so, how should I go about it? A: Dear Italian Artist, Get…

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THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE COLUMN

By KATHLEEN BITETTI Congrats to Big Red on the 50th issue! Turning 50 usually means that one re-examines their goals and/or sets new goals. Here are some of my goals that I hope happen by the time Big Red has…

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A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

By MATTHEW GAMBER Like the 49 issues that have come before, we offer the 50th serving of articles, reviews, news and columns. Our first reaction was to congratulate ourselves and offer some kind retrospective, as it is the convention. This…

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THE NEW DENVER ART MUSEUM

By MICAH J. MALONE The Frederic C. Hamilton building at the Denver Art Museum opened with much fanfare only a few weeks ago. Designed by World Trade Center architect Daniel Libeskind, the new building is a tour de force of…

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EVE SUSSMAN: THE RAPE OF THE SABINE WOMEN

By JANE HUDSON Print this article Eve Sussman has risen to international renown over the past two years since her ’89 Seconds to Alcazar’ premiered at the Whitney Biennial two years ago. The piece, a tableau vivant of Velasquez’ Las…

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MATTHEW CERLETTY @ BOSTON UNIVERSITY

By SCOTT ALBERG The 13 artworks that comprise Matthew Cerletty’s Fallingwater at Boston University’s Sherman Gallery show the artist building on the themes of his earlier realist portraits while engaging in a kind of conceptual figuration. His previous figurative work…

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PURE @ FORMER OFFICE SUPPLY SUPERSTORE

By JEREMIAS PAUL A pure examination of the artists and work in “PURE”. Links: reAnimation Studios “Pure” is on view until Novemer 12th at the Brighton Hills Shopping Center (in a former office supply superstore), located at 400 Western Ave,…

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DOUGLAS WEATHERSBY @ KINGSTON GALLERY

By STEVE AISHMAN Douglas Weathersby’s current exhibitions at three different sites can each be viewed as individual exhibitions, but they can also be viewed as one large, multi-state exhibition. More correctly, all of Weathersby’s work for the past few years…

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