Monthly Archives: June, 2008

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YOAV HORESH @ STONE CROP GALLERY

YOAV HORESH @ STONE CROP GALLERY By Jason Landry You can taste the salt-water of the Atlantic in the air. The weather was at least twenty degrees cooler near the coast. The tides are moving in and out down by the…

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5X5 @ TUFTS UNIVERSITY

5X5 @ TUFTS UNIVERSITY By Karen S. Fegley 5×5 is the fifth in a series of juried summer exhibitions that feature artists who live and/or work in Tufts University’s host communities. This year’s exhibition includes site-specific installations by five local artists:…

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MEAT JOY @ THE PIERRE MENARD GALLERY

MEAT JOY @ THE PIERRE MENARD GALLERY By Christian Holland Nathan Censullo managed to singlehandedly lift what appeared to be half of bovine carcass wrapped in a clear plastic sheet out of his pick-up truck. It was one of the hottest…

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HEIDE HATRY ON MEAT (AFTER “MEAT JOY”)

HEIDE HATRY ON MEAT (AFTER “MEAT JOY”) By Christian Holland Christian Holland: In your words, what does “Meat After Meat Joy” mean? Heide Hatry: Carolee Schneeman’s Meat Joy performance was among the seminal works of sixties happening and performance art. It…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET #35: Sitting around, drinking beer and talking to your art is probably a sign that things are not working out the way you planned. Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic, based in Brooklyn, New York,…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By Steve Aishman It seems to me that a lot of Boston area artists are unaware that the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem is one of Boston’s great venues that is actively working on displaying contemporary artwork made by local artists.…

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DANIEL PETRAITIS @ KELLY & WEBER FINE ART

DANIEL PETRAITIS @ KELLY & WEBER FINE ART Bruce Campbell The centerpieces of Daniel Petraitis’ exhibition Waste Management at Kelly & Weber Fine Art are five scaled-down dumpsters that replicate the construction and feel of their larger relatives so effectively…

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P-town Film Fest: Day One

Okay, so day one isn’t quite correct. The film festival started on Wednesday but thanks to my “real” job I couldn’t make it out here until yesterday morning. I got in on the ferry around 10-ish and headed to my…

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So Much Excitement!

This Wednesday kicks off the Provincetown International Film Festival. It is an event not to be missed. I had my very first festival screening there back in 2000 to great acclaim! Screening on a bed sheet in the back room…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN This last First Friday in Boston had a different air about it. For me it was like watching a family member move to Beijing or having a last drink with a co-worker before they move on to…

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TOM KALIN’S “SAVAGE GRACE”

By JAMES NADEAU Tom Kalin returns to feature film directing with his new project Savage Grace. Based upon the book by Natalie Robins and Steven M. L. Aronson, the film details the decadence and downward spiral of the wealthy socialite…

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ABELARDO MORELL @ BERNARD TOALE

By RITA LOMBARDI A fly on the wall of the Bernard Toale Gallery will hear all kinds of speculation about Abelardo Morell’s new work. The image visitors see when they enter the gallery (or walk past it) is a color…

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INTERVIEW WITH JOSEPH CARROLL

INTERVIEW WITH JOSEPH CARROLL By Jess T. Dugan Jess T. Dugan: To provide a background for this conversation, can you speak about how you came to work at the Bernard Toale Gallery as well as a brief history of the gallery…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: AXIOM GALLERY

By BIG RED Friday, May 30th, 2008 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at Axiom for the opening “From The Electric Studio,” featuring work from MassArt’s SIM program. Featuring work by: Clint Baclawski, Kevin Clancy, Kristin Kyper, Celia…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET #34: There’s nothing more thrilling than selling out at an art fair. 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…