Monthly Archives: April, 2014

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Studio Sessions: Jessica Borusky

Hello and welcome to Studio Sessions. In this episode, I’ll be speaking with Jessica Borusky. Jessica earned her BA in visual and performance art from the New College of Florida in 2009. Jessica places her body at the center of…

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Boston Common: Mobius’s Daniel DeLuca

“Boston Common” highlights the people and organizations that shape Boston and New England’s cultural sector by going straight to the source to find out who they are, what they are doing, and how and why they do it. We hope…

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The 2014 Whitney Biennial

The last Biennial to be held at Marcel Breuer’s grey granite bunker on Madison Avenue, before the Whitney moves to a new building on the Highline, boasts a collaborative team of curators. Stuart Comer is Chief Curator of Media and…

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What We Talk About When We Talk about Social

The Living as Form exhibition is a landmark survey of a diffuse set of socially-engaged art practices that have steadily been gaining momentum since the 1990s. Originally produced in 2011 by the New York-based public art agency Creative Time and…

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Through Abstraction We Shape the World

Through abstraction, we shape the world. Through art, we translate thoughts, intuitions, feelings, and intentions into actions that transform reality. – Olafur Eliasson The first time I attended an Olafur Eliasson speaking engagement was at the Education + Activism Salon…

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#FirstFriday – 4 April 2014

This #FirstFriday, as always, you can hit up the MFA or the ICA Boston for their First Friday events, or you could head to the South End to the SOWA District art galleries—open from 5-8pm. SOWA galleries and artists’ studios…

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Review: Arlene Shechet: Meissen Recast

In Arlene Shechet’s Meissen Recast at the RISD Museum, strips of clay lie in slag heaps atop intricately painted ceramic vessels. A delicate foot protrudes from the frilly underside of a petticoat. A figure lies trapped beneath a white kiln…