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A BRIEF HISTORY OF OUTRAGE

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article A brief history of outrage? How brief? Can we talk about the ridiculous number of parking tickets I get in Kenmore Square, or the car-swallowing potholes every ten feet? What about the T’s plan…

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MORE NEW BIG RED EDITORS!

By BIG RED PUBLISHER Print this article That’s right, more new editors for Big RED! Starting with Issue #9, we are proud to announce that the team of Christophe Perez and April Julich Perez will be joining Big RED and…

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BIG RED’S THIRD BIRTHDAY

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article In the autumn of 2002, I was starting my second year of teaching at the Museum School in Boston. Among the graduate students, and some of the faculty, there was an intense energy that…

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ELLEN WETMORE @ BOSTON SCULPTORS

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article A quick Google search of the phrase genetically modified vegetables produces a wide range of interesting results. They run the gamut from the practical (What are the labelling requirements for genetically modified food?) to…

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NASAD CONSIDERS PH.D IN ART

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article On October 16, 2004, members of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) met to discuss Futures for the Terminal Professional Degree in Art and Design. The purpose of this discussion,…

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SCOTT LISTFIELD @ LOCCO RITORO

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article In a previous issue of Big RED, I wrote about science-fiction and its role as a gauge of our current collective fears. Good sci-fi extrapolates our underlying paranoia and expands them into the future…

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THINGS I LOVE @ MFA

By MATTHEW NASH Much has been written about “Things I Love: The Many Collections of William I. Koch” currently on view at the Museum of Fine Arts. Many of these articles address the blatant pandering of the MFA to the…

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ABRAHAM OBAMA @ GALLERY XIV

ABRAHAM OBAMA @ GALLERY XIV By MATTHEW NASH I guess after years of hearing about Republican candidates as the next incarnation of Reagan, John Wayne, or Jesus, it’s nice to see a Democratic candidate get a little action. Thus, Ron…

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A LETTER

A LETTER By MATTHEW NASH Recently, my friend Greg Cook took issue with my take on the recent gallery shake-up. Apparently he thinks I’m too optimistic about the whole thing, although I know he and I agree on the central…

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