Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Interviews
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Studio Sessions: John Gonzalez

Hello, and welcome to the Studio Sessions interview with guest John Gonzalez. John earned his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2004, and his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in…

Magazine
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Review: Apophenia: Harvey Goldman

On the wall of Harvey Goldman’s studio hang several prints by the 19th century pioneer of photographic motion studies, Étienne-Jules Marey. Motivated by an obsession with physiology and aerodynamics, Marey sought to reconfigure the photographic apparatus in order to capture…

Articles
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Alas, Damien Hirst

Everything Damien Hirst touches turns to hype. Would he be half as well liked or despised without his carnival of publicity? Much of what has been written about Hirst is unnecessary writing: Journalism and press agentry that will last like…

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An Interview with May Babcock at AS220

May Babcock’s recent show at AS220 featured several new works by the mixed media artist who recently relocated to Providence, RI, after living in Baton Rouge, LA, where she attended the MFA program at Louisiana State University. Babcock was and…

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Studio Sessions: Stephanie Goode

Welcome to Studio Sessions, this time with guest Stephanie Goode. Stephanie earned her BFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art in 2004. She is a photographer that has compiled a large body of photographic work that documents pieces…

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#FirstFriday – 2 May 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…