Monthly Archives: May, 2007

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: SPACE OTHER

By BIG RED Friday, May 20th, 2007 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at Space Other for the opening of Andrew Mowbray’s “Bathyscape”. Space Other Click here to watch video of the opening. Photos by Steve Aishman.

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JIM MANNING TAKES OVER NESAD GALLERY

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Last issue, we reported that Charles Giuliano will be retiring from his position as director of the gallery at the New England School of Art and Design. The exhibition “Charles Giuliano: A Retrospective” opened this…

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NEW LISTINGS RSS FEED

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR We at Big RED & Shiny are always looking for ways to improve your experience with us, and help you find all of the great things going on in New England. So we are happy…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET Tom Marquet is taking a short hiatus, so we thought it would be a good time to recap the fantastic side-story that he has beendeveloping on his blog, starring Katharine, Jacqueline, and Derek. “The White Cube” comics…

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THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE COLUMN

By KATHLEEN BITETTI As many of you know, the Artists Foundation has been working very hard on the Health Care Reform Law implementation. Hence my lapse in articles. First a warning of sorts… You may have or will be getting…

Articles When 64K RAM was disguised in $600 breadbox: The Commodore 64, released in 1982, was one of the most successful home computer system selling millions of units worldwide.
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

By MATTHEW GAMBER This summer, Big RED is taking some time to find an outlet for the AC, and we will be publishing once a month for the duration of the season. Before we begin unplugging the electrical nest of…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN SUBJECT: FAQ (Fairly Asinine Questions) Asinine:[‘æ-sê-nIn] marked by inexcusable failure to exercise intelligence or sound judgment of, relating to, or resembling an ass My third grade teacher once told me there is no such thing as a…

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WAR AND DISCONTENT @ MFA

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND The curators of the MFA have titled a survey show of war-themed work spanning several centuries War and Discontent. There is a relationship between those two words, but a rather slim one. In fact, the title is…

Articles Jenny Holzer, Memorandum for Condoleeza Rice (Blue White), Oil on linen triptych, 2006.
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JENNY HOLZER @ BARBARA KRAKOW

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND “If you don’t have anything worth saying, don’t say it.” This was a popular aphorism that the more erudite girls would tell the boys on the elementary school playground when I was growing up. Jenny Holzer has…

Articles Jeff “Jeffu” Warmouth, Spudnik, (detail) mixed media installation, dimensions variable, 2007.
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THE 2007 DECORDOVA ANNUAL

By CHARLES GIULIANO Once again we much enjoyed the scenic drive along posh Trapelo Road in bucolic, suburban Lincoln. The azaleas were in glorious bloom and here and there on the stately manses workers were busy sprucing up the grounds.…

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THE 2007 BOSTON CYBERARTS FESTIVAL

By MATTHEW NASH The 2007 Boston Cyberarts Festival has come to a close, and when looking back on the variety of shows, the range and complexity of new media works were as impressive as the diverse array of venues hosting…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: BOSTON CYBERARTS

By BIG RED April 21, 2007 Candid snaps from a Big RED day on-the-town at Judi Rotenberg Gallery for the opening of “Brian Knep: Aging, Works in Progress from the Harvard Medical School” and “Carmin Karasic: Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments”…

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