Browsing: Matthew Nash

Articles 2014-01-14-041314240446825130_01-lg
0
Big Red & Shiny Turns 10: Part 2

Born out of a conversation in 2002 between an SMFA graduate student (Sean Horton) and instructor (Matthew Nash) about the viability of bringing arts coverage in Boston to the web, Big Red & Shiny has since been a labor of…

Articles
0
New & Improved Comments!

By Matthew Nash October 15, 2012    This is just a quick housekeeping note to announce that Big Red & Shiny has upgraded our comment system to LiveFyre. We hope this will offer you a better and more conversational experience…

Articles
0
This has been brought to you by…

There have been a number of changes to Big Red & Shiny for our re-launch, and I’m sure you’ve noticed that one of the biggest is that we are now partnering with Nectar Ads to fund our endeavor. We at…

Articles A lazy summer view of the Boston skyline
0
A LETTER

By MATTHEW NASH Hey, it’s summer! It’s quiet, lazy, hot, humid… Big RED & Shiny is made from the contributions of a community that cares about art, and we are proud of every article we publish. But we also know…

Articles 20103416815848430366831-ott_01-lg
0
BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: SOWA FIRST FRIDAY

By BIG RED Friday, April 2nd, 2010 Candid photos from a Big RED night on-the-town at the galleries of SoWa for the First Friday openings. Samson Projects Steven Zevitas Gallery/OSP Gallery Kayafas Carroll and Sons Howard Yezerski Gallery NK Gallery…

Articles
0
Jena Performing Local

My idea is to try to eat local for 30 days, or perhaps 60 (if Tehching Hsieh can go a whole year). The point is to attempt an experiment in living the beliefs I have been advocating. Beyond advocacy I…

Interviews 201021112216651797125803_01-lg
0
IN THE X ME LAB WITH VELA PHELAN

By MATTHEW NASH Currently on view at The New England Gallery of Latin America Art, X ME LAB is a collection of assemblages, installations and video projects by artist Vela Phelan. Recently, Phelan took me on a tour of the…

Articles
0
6 YEARS OF BIG RED & SHINY

OUR NEW LISTINGS: EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS, CALLS FOR WORK, CLASSES & WORKSHOPS by BIG RED OUR NEW LOOK: FINDING YOUR WAY AROUND by BIG RED It’s our birthday and we’ve had our fill of cake, presents and cocktails.…

Magazine Janine Antoni, Loving Care, 1993
0
THE ENDGAME OF POSTMODERNISM

By MATTHEW NASH The Beginning of the End All good things must come to an end. Postmodernism has had its run, but perhaps the time has come to wonder if we are not entering some sort of endgame for the…

Articles
0
Robert Jay Kaufman R.I.P.

Sadly, I must write that artist Robert Kaufman passed on January 8, 2010 of cancer. Robert was an artist, mentor and academic who was greatly respected by all who knew him. For many years he was the Chair of Illustration…

Articles 2009111473651787437595447_01-lg
0
A LETTER

By MATTHEW NASH Happy Holidays from the entire Big RED team! December is always such a crazy month, as the weather turns and the holidays arrive. Everyone is rushing to finish up all of their tasks before Hanukkah, Christmas, New…

Articles Screen Shot 2015-06-11 at 10.08.54 AM
0
Axiom & Boston Cyberarts merge

Last evening at MassArt’s Pozen Center, about 200 people gathered for “Spark: A Gala Celebration”. The event was created for three reasons, each worth a party in their own right. The big news of the evening was that the Axiom…

Interviews Andrew Mowbray, Tempest Prognosticator, still from video of performance, 2008.
0
ANDREW MOWBRAY: TEMPEST PROGNOSTICATOR

By MATTHEW NASH Andrew Mowbray is a sculptor in the tradition of Joseph Beuys, whose objects exist to facilitate a performative act, and remain as tangible evidence of that experience. His new body of work, Tempest Prognosticator, is currently on…

1 2 3 10