Monthly Archives: August, 2012

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Temporary Bricks and Mortar

Titled not without a little irony, Bricks and Mortar, a pop-up show lasting just over one week, was anchored by the least physical work in the exhibition: a sound installation. Taking on the characteristics of the space that tries to…

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A Giant Picnic

 If you’ve been away a lot this summer and have yet to see Os Gemeos’ public artwork in Dewey Square, head down there during these last halcyon days of summer. While you’re enjoying a grassy pause between the skyscrapers, have…

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One Spicy Party. To Go.

Press PLAY before reading: “When you’re done crying about how much everything sucks, you can find the rest of us at Picó Picante.” On a recent sunny Saturday afternoon, Maggie Cavallo’s public entreaty to get over and on with it…