Monthly Archives: April, 2008

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET #31: Tax Time! Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic, based in Brooklyn, New York, which is an admittedly unoriginal place to be pursuing any of these things.Get The White Cube every day at Tom’s blog.

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN Ever try to explain a joke to someone? Confucius say he who makes love in grass, gets piece on earth. Confucius say war does not determine who’s right, war determines who’s left. Confucius say it take many…

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A LETTER

By MATTHEW NASH Outside, as I write this, the trees are budding and the tulips are in bloom. The dandelions have invaded the strawberry patch, and the strawberries have invaded the blackberry bush. Spring is here, and yet I’m inside…

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ARTUR ZMIJEWSKI @ GALLERY TPW, TORONTO

By JENNIFER MCMACKON The current exhibition at Toronto’s Gallery TPW was curated by the gallery’s Programming Director, Kim Simon. It features two video works by Polish artist, Artur Zmijewski. The first of these, Singing Lesson 2, (2003) plays on a…

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DARREN FOOTE @ RHYS GALLERY

By MATTHEW GAMBER Imagine: a table set, a set of chairs, all beautifully crafted – a desirable set of furniture. However, the only interruption, transgressing one’s desire for the object, are the large intersecting planks, symbolizing invisible light from a…

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AN INTERVIEW WITH ADI NES

By JESS T. DUGAN Jess T. Dugan: How did you begin making photographs? Adi Nes: When I finished my army service I began thinking about what I wanted to study. Since I had artistic tendencies, I thought about studying industrial…

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A CONVERSATION WITH LARRY SULTAN

By BEN SLOAT Larry Sultan has pushed the boundaries of photographic practice since the publication of Evidence in 1977, a collaboration with Boston based photographer Mike Mandel, of found institutional photographs. Their collaboration over the years has produced numerous bodies…

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Colin Rhys: Player

Just days after we confirmed that The Rhys Gallery is leaving town, owner Colin Rhys is featured on the cover of Stuff@Night in their “Players 2008” issue. Below is their description of Rhys and his gallery, which is actually quite…

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Another rumor confirmed

Last night at the opening of the Artadia 2007 exhibition at the Mills Gallery, much of the talk was about the various changes happening in Boston’s commercial gallery scene. There are still a lot of rumors and speculation, but at…

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Allston-Skirt says goodbye

Randi & Beth of Allston-Skirt Gallery sent around the following note today. I thought it was a nice goodbye: Dear Friends, We’re writing to let you know that after nine wonderful years running Allston Skirt Gallery, Beth and I are…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN Did you know that modern art has actually been used to torture prisoners? (said the guy standing next to me at the Jasper Johns’ exhibit). Whatever, if you don’t like the painting, just don’t look at it…

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