Monthly Archives: October, 2007

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AN INTERVIEW WITH LISA NEIGHBOUR

By JENNIFER MCMACKON Toronto artist Lisa Neighbour speaks with Jennifer McMackon about life and death, sculpture and the resistance language of electrical wiring: JM: Lisa Neighbour, I seem to recall a big shift in your work about ten or maybe…

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STATE OF THE ARTS: NEW PHOTOGRAPHY

By CARL GUNHOUSE Why has the installation of the Museum of Modern Art’s New Photography series created so little interest in the photography world? Last time I checked, there were no reviews in the Village Voice, New York Times, not…

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CHRIS TONELLI & THE SO AND SO SERIES

By MATTHEW NASH Chris Tonelli is a poet, musician, and the motivation behind The So And So Series, a regular poetry event in Boston and Cambridge. They can often be found at The Distillery, The Lily Pad and Porter Square…

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CANDICE IVY @ LACONIA GALLERY

By MATTHEW NASH I’ve been down this road before. It begins with the uncomfortable feeling of leaving culture you understand, glancing nervously at the rear-view mirror as it fades further and further behind you. Eventually, when the city and the…

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NICK RODRIGUES @ RHYS GALLERY

By CAROLYN FRANKLIN I first saw Nick Rodrigues work in the form of a postcard, which showed him in a suit and tie, walking down the street talking on a cellphone with his “Portable Cellular Phone Booth” over his head.…

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WITNESSES @ AXIOM

By JACQUELINE HOUTON I sit in relative comfort in the climate-controlled gallery, on the bench so thoughtfully provided for me, and yet I am profoundly uncomfortable. I am watching a body slowly tumble down a flight of stairs, shaking the…

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(The) Superheroes Project

A couple of months ago a group of artists got together, dressed up as superheroes and took some pictures. It got a modicum of press around town. We blogged about it back in August. It also sparked a bit of…

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JESSIE ROSE VALA @ MOTEL

By MICAH J. MALONE Jessie Rose Vala’s exhibition “The Tortuous Veil” is a new series of work based on four enigmatic mythical archetypes: The Werewolf, Vampire, Shape Shifter, and Zombie. While these entities have pervaded pop culture for much of…

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Boston: the Red Sox are going to the World Series, the Revolution are in the finals, and the Patriots can’t seem to lose. The harder I search for relevance in the success of Boston’s sports teams to…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN The Phantom Zone’s Boston Gallery Map The Phantom Zone’s Boston Gallery Map including a suggested 1 mile walking path. Click here to view the full map so you can plot your own walking path! *Note, this is…

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PAINTED VISIONS @ MCLA’S GALLERY 51

By CHARLES GIULIANO The exhibition “Painted Visions: Paintings by Award-Winning Massachusetts Artists” brings a lively and largely familiar body of work to the downtown Gallery 51 of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, Massachusetts. Since MCLA has…

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THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE COLUMN

By KATHLEEN BITETTI Greetings! I have decided to dedicated this column to breaking news, Action Need, and Save the Dates announcements. There are two important warnings and two updates for those Massachusetts Residents who do not have health insurance. Make…

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