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ALFREDO CONDE @ AS220

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Copying something creates a fake. Creating that fake object can be quite simple, you need only find an original and copy it, bearing in mind that he closer the semblance to the original, the…

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CALEB WEINTRAUB @ GALERIE SWANSTROM

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article I was suspicious when I walked into the opening, the gallery turned into a discotèque, bass pumping, dimmed lighting, a video projection—presumably of Caleb Weintraub’s—projected on a wall. Galerie Swanström is a newbie in…

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PUPPETS IN CINEMA

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the undisputed kings of construction paper animation chose not to create “Team America: World Police” with their favorite medium or even live actors, but marionettes. Puppets, which look remarkably…

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BALAGAN @ COOLIDGE

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article The very first screening of the Fall 2004 season of Alla Kovgan and Jeff Silva’s semi-weekly Balagan experimental film and video series was called “New England Beat.” But a title including the phrase ‘experimental…

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SUMMER MOVIE EXTRAVAGANZA

By BIG RED Print this article TOM RIDGE’S THE VILLAGE by MATTHEW NASH MOTION SICKNESS & THE BOURNE SUPREMACY by JASON DEAN SPIDERMAN 2: THE CHRISTIAN HERO by BEN SLOAT SCI-FI TRADITION & THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK by MATTHEW NASH…

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TEA PARTY @ BERWICK

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article I first met Fereshteh Toosi and Carolyn Lambert after a presentation they gave at the The Berwick Research Institute in late June. During this presentation, they handed out a numerically based questionnaire, asking all…

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MFA THESIS EXHIBITION @ MECA

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article No more than in any other occupation can the ‘worker’ define their role to themselves than in the fine arts, that is to say the “fine arts” one would practice to attain the degree…

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MAURIZIO CANNAVACCIUOLO @ THE GARDNER

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article I watched The Matrix: Reloaded for the first time a few days after seeing Maurizio Cannavacciuolo’s “TV Dinner” installation at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and well, I confess that the Matrix actually aided…

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PAT O’NEILL’S DECAY OF FICTION

It’s rare to find a entirely cohesive work—that is to say, one where the medium, the subject, and the work’s presentation all work together for a synergistic product that is resistant to any knit-picking art student. But for a work…

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BALAGAN PRESENTS STAN VANDERBEEK

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Balagan, an experimental film and video series curated by local filmmakers Alla Kovgan and Jeff Silva, brought to us seven works by one of the most important, though relatively obscure film and video artists of…

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FOG OF WAR BY ERROL MORRIS

Many viewers will leave the cinema confused and dissatisfied after seeing “The Fog of War.” Many will have come to see a documentary about Robert McNamara – who they know as one of the most horrible men of one of…

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Boston Goes to Miami

Don’t miss this Boston and New England galleries representing down in Miami this year! Carroll and Sons is showing work by Sandra Allen, Ambreen Butt, Barbara Gallucci, David Hillard, Tanja Hollander, Monique Johannet and Joe Zane at Miami Project Art…

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