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Mira Cantor: Erratics

IN THE KINGSTON PROJECT SPACE Mira Cantor: Erratics November 1-26, 2017 Opening Reception: Friday, November 3, 2017, 5:30-8:00 pm Artist Page Erratics are formed by glacial ice erosion. However, these images are metaphors for many other natural phenomena that occur…

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Review: The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter

“The Heart is a Lonely Hunter,” is comprised of five young artists, hung along the narrow walls of Sulloway & Hollis law offices in Concord, New Hampshire. The unconventional setting provided meaningful context for the work presented here, all of…

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See It Before It’s Gone: DRAW/Boston at MassArt

DRAW/Boston, an exhibition of over 60 artists curated by Tomas Vu, toys with scale, color, style, and sound, wedding the scholarly air of a professional university gallery with the aesthetic resemblances of a working artist’s studio. The arrangement alone warrants…

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Real Work: An essay on ableism and art

“I make these when I’m not making my ‘real’ work.” I heard this statement fall out of my mouth and stopped myself, horrified. I was at the opening of the BLAA Summer 2016 exhibit You Think It’s ____, But It’s…

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Studio Sessions: Ashley Billingsley

Hello, and welcome to Studio Sessions, this time with guest Ashley Billingsley. Ashley earned her BFA from the University of Minnesota, and her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. In her most recent series of work,…

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Studio Sessions: Russell Nachman

Welcome back to Studio Sessions with my guest this episode, Russell Nachman. Russell earned his BFA from Colorado State University in 1990, and his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1996. In recent years, Russell’s focus has been…

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Amy Sillman: one lump or two

It’s hard to believe, but Amy Sillman: one lump or two, opening today at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, is Sillman’s first museum survey show. Comprising over 90 of Sillman’s paintings, drawings, ‘zines and films, one lump or two resists…

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Studio Sessions: Cristy C. Road

Our guest on Studio Sessions this episode is Illustrator and activist Cristy C. Road. Currently working in Brooklyn, Cristy’s identity as a gay punk rocker makes a strong impression on the work she creates. Working in a very precise drawing…

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Michael Childress: Navigation Paintings

In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, past Hawaii but before Japan, is a collection of landmasses called the Marshall Islands. When the Europeans finally came calling in the early 16th century on their exploration ships there was trepidation,…

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Studio Sessions: Heidi Hogden

This week’s guest on Studio Sessions is Heidi Hogden. Heidi earned her BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2008, and is a 2012 MFA graduate from the School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston.…