Monthly Archives: July, 2013

Interviews Coupon Dash by Jennifer Schmidt. Image courtesy of the artist
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Studio Sessions: Jennifer Schmidt

Welcome to Studio Sessions, this time with guest Jennifer Schmidt. Jennifer earned her BA in Studio Art and Art History from the University of Delaware in 1997, her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999,…

Magazine Title: "Surgical Theatre" 
Artist: Kathryn Parker Almanas
Exhibit: Pre-Existing Condition
Gallery: Yellow Peril Gallery
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Pre-Existing Condition: At Yellow Peril Gallery

Title: “Limbic” Artist: Kathryn Parker Almanas Exhibit: Pre-Existing Condition Gallery: Yellow Peril Gallery There are only seven photographs in the first gallery, but they pack a punch to the gut. The immediate response upon walking through the door is…

Articles Inside Out Poems
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Inside Out: Poems

In her June 11 post, former Inside Out contributor Katrina Umber posted images of books that have shaped her artistic thinking. It’s a beautiful post, and such a treat to have a window into the creative thinking of someone else.…

Magazine Go and See Tuesday
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Go & See: Tuesday 23 – Monday 29 July

Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see this week: • Events Friday July 26* Lauren O’Neal, The Earnest Contingent Nave Gallery, 155 Powder House…

Articles Inside Out Piles
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Inside Out: Piles

I am working on a new series of drawings. This is what they look like. This how I’m making them. This was made from 1,059 photographs. I took one photo for each mark I made. My last post was about…

Articles Ann Pibal, 2TRS, 2012. Courtesy of the artist and Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston.
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Ann Pibal Wins the 2013 Rappaport Prize

The deCordova Museum recently announced painter Ann Pibal as the fourteenth winner of the institution’s Rappaport Prize. Previous winners of the $25,000 award include Suara Welitoff (2012), Ursula von Rydingsvard (2008) and John Bisbee (2003). The Prize is awarded…

Magazine Go and See July
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Go & See: Tuesday 16 – Monday 22 July

Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see this week: • Events Tuesday July 16 & Friday July 20 Gerry Bergstein (left), Paul Stopforth…

Interviews View of Anathema by Jeremy Olson. Image courtesy of the artist
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Studio Sessions: Jeremy Olson

In this episode of Studio Sessions I’ll be talking with Jeremy Olson. Jeremy earned his BFA from the University of Arizona in 2000, and his MFA from NYU Steinhardt in 2009. Primarily a surrealist painter, Jeremy’s recent series plays with…

Feature Arti Grabowski, 2013. 
Photo by Sandrine Schaefer
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Experiencing Rapid Pulse

The format of the performance art festival, which has been widely developed in other parts of the word for decades, is seeping into the United States. In the past month alone, three large-scale international performance art festivals have taken place…

Feature Bruce Myren, N 40° 00’ 00" W 117° 00’ 00" Battle Mountain, Nevada, 2012
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Bruce Myren: Landing at Zero

Bruce Myren’s The Fortieth Parallel is a project of western depiction. Rooted in history, it takes cues from historic survey projects and their subsequent rephotographic cousins, Ed Ruscha’s explorations of buildings on Sunset Strip and the New Topographers’ unromantic views…

Articles Rosalyn Driscoll, Breathing Ground, 1992, Handmade paper, wood, cloth, 3.5" x 20" x 15"
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By the Light of the Body

A hidden factor is present when an artist makes a work of art. That same factor is present when a person looks at art. This factor is plainly visible and easily palpable, but remains largely unconscious and unacknowledged, and that…

Feature Michael Mittelman, I'll be sure to tell Jackson Pollock, 2013, hand drawn ink on Mylar, 24 x 36 inches.
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An Interview with Michael Mittelman

Last week, BR&S editors Stephanie Cardon and Leah Triplett sat down with Michael Mittelman at his Waltham Street studio in Boston, where, until recently, ASPECT Magazine was published. Mittelman founded ASPECT: The Chronicle of New Media Art in 2003 as…

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