Monthly Archives: June, 2009

Interviews Harold Feinstein, Cigarette Break, 1952
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A CONVERSATION WITH HAROLD FEINSTEIN

A CONVERSATION WITH HAROLD FEINSTEIN By Jason Landry Forty-Five minutes north of Boston lives an amazing photographer. Far from the shores of Coney Island, a place that he frequented and photographed for more than fifty years, a new resurgence in the…

Articles Jacob Dahlgren, I, the world, things, life, installation of a wall of dartboards, 2004.
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MARKETWATCH

MARKETWATCH By Micah J. Malone Developing surprising ways to extract value from existing products is nothing new. In many ways it defines modern innovation. If one looks at the internet, arguably the single most important invention in today’s post-modern society, one…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

“THE WHITE CUBE” By Thomas Marquet #50: Further intermission simultaneous with and regarding prior intermission. Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic, based in Brooklyn.

Articles Thomas Kinkade, the Painter of Ligh
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FAITH AND THE SALE OF ART

FAITH AND THE SALE OF ART By Matthew Nash One of the many side-effects of a bursting economic bubble is the revealing of the nature of the shady deals and shaky business models that seem so infallible when money is easy.…

Interviews Mo Ringey, Coolerator, Philco Color Television, Tempered Glass, Glass Stains, Sanded Grout, Acid Stains, Glass Doorknobs, Neon, Mirror, 2005.
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AN INTERVIEW WITH MO RINGEY

AN INTERVIEW WITH MO RINGEY By Jess T. Dugan Jess T. Dugan: Could you speak about the work you are currently making and how you began making it? What significance does the glass itself hold? Mo Ringey: For the past several…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: BEEHIVE

BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: BEEHIVE By Big Red Tuesday June 9th, 2009 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the opening of “Sting! 5: Pop Rocks” curated by Evelyn Rydz and featuring the work of Jowhara AlSaud, Heidi Cody, Gina…

Articles Michael Riedel, exhibition view of Four proposals for the change of modern, 2009, Staedel Museum, Frankfurt, 2009. (Photo: Norbert Miguletz)
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STUTTER @ TATE MODERN

STUTTER @ TATE MODERN By Megan Driscoll A stutter is defined as an involuntary interruption, repetition or agitation of human speech. At the Tate Modern, the concept of stutteris explored in terms of the human thought process, verbal and visual communication,…

Articles I spent one whole week just making omelets.
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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE By Steve Aishman “Anyone who tries to make a distinction between education and entertainment doesn’t know the first thing about either.” – Marshall McLuhan For a lot of people, myself included, summer has always been…

Articles Still image from Robert Millis' My Friend Rain.
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SUBLIME FREQUENCIES SCREENING

SUBLIME FREQUENCIES SCREENING By Jesse Kaminsky Collecting and recreating a moment in time has been the crux of the recording industry since its inception. Though developed in the English speaking world, the technology was quickly deployed across the globe as…

Articles Michael David, Atlantic, Oil and wax on wood, 2001-2002
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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE By Steve Aishman I don’t know a single artist who if you ask them why they make art will say that their primary goal is for people to say nice things about them and their…

Interviews Cristi Rinklin, After the End of the Beginning, Oil and acrylic on Dibond Aluminum, 2009.
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A CONVERSATION WITH CRISTI RINKLIN

A CONVERSATION WITH CRISTI RINKLIN By Matthew Nash Cristi Rinklin makes epic paintings of richly layered spaces. Her new exhibition at FP3 Gallery, “Boundless,” features a series of new paintings and smaller drawings that explore space, color and form in complex…

Articles Civility, indeed. The boardgame Bulls and Bears was published by McLoughlin Bros. in 1896.
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FEAR OF… WELL, EVERYTHING

FEAR OF… WELL, EVERYTHING By Judy Kermis Blotnick Most people have come across the concept of fight or flight, that funky little chemical reaction humans have to stress. It is said to be rooted in our biology from when we…

Articles Jaekyung Jung, shots from Hit Here if You Feel Victimized, 2008
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AND THINGS OF THAT NATURE @ BCA

AND THINGS OF THAT NATURE @ BCA By Megan Driscoll The students in the MIT Visual Studies graduate program are not really conventional artists. These individuals are engaged in scientific, social, political and ethical questions expressed in a visual form,…

Articles A postcard from Dallas. Image provided by Google Image Search.
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR By Christian Holland I’ve realized that the experience of driving across the country merely affords one with the sensation of exhaustion. The pilgrimage that many young people commit themselves to at some or various points in their…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: TUFTS UNIVERSITY GALLERY

BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: TUFTS UNIVERSITY GALLERY By Big Red Thursday, June 4th, 2009 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at The Aidekman Arts Center at Tufts University for the opening of the “Sixth Annual Juried Summer Exhibition.” Tufts University…