Monthly Archives: February, 2007

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: GASP

By BIG RED Print this article Friday, February 9th, 2007 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at GASP for the opening of We Are Where We Are Not, curated by Jason Kalogiros. Gallery Artists Studio Projects (GASP)

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SHERMAN WINS ICA FOSTER PRIZE

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Print this article This just in . . . Form the ICA press release: Cambridge artist Kelly Sherman is the winner of the 2006 James and Audrey Foster Prize, the Institute of Contemporary Art announced…

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HARVARD’S POLLOCK STUDY

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Print this article A group of 32 disputed Jackson Pollock paintings discovered by Mr. Alex Matter have recently been put through the ringer at Harvard’s prestigious conservation labs. Several pigments unavailable during Pollock’s lifetime were…

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BETTER THAN POSTCARDS

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Print this article Artists love postcards. They are great to hand out in a conversation, or to leave stacks behind as you travel through the city. Yet, at the end of a show, there are…

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BEER AND BURGERS WITH LINDA LESLIE BROWN

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Last year Linda Leslie Brown asked if I would visit a two person show, with video artist Bebe Beard, at Boston’s Wentworth Institute. I agreed if she would take me there and spend an…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET Print this article #12: 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,…

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BIG RED’S THIRD BIRTHDAY

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article In the autumn of 2002, I was starting my second year of teaching at the Museum School in Boston. Among the graduate students, and some of the faculty, there was an intense energy that…

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CRAIG DRENNEN @ SAMSON PROJECTS

By TODD MARSTON, KAI MCMURTRY, PATRICK SHORT & HEIDI MARSTON Print this article Editor’s Note: There’s something about the work of Craig Drennen that makes people want to respond. His artwork taps into a wide range of aesthetic and emotional…

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THEMIRACLE5: ¡ATTACK! @ THE RHYS GALLERY

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article In today’s terms, the superhero is a component of the contemporary mythological psyche. They are a representative from the everyday world, touched with ultra-human capacities, (however flawed) and act as a social servant to…

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THE IMPACT OF MOONINITES ON PUBLIC ART

By SUSAN SAKASH & PIXNIT Print this article LET’S CALL A SPADE A SPADE by SUSAN SAKASH THEATER OF THE ABSURD by PIXNIT In April of 2006, five teen-aged girls were arrested in Ravenna, Ohio for placing 17 replicas of…