Browsing: Stephanie Cardon

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Artadia Announces 2014 Finalists

This week, Christopher Bedford, the Henry and Lois Foster Director for The Rose Art Museum, Ruba Katrib, Curator at the Sculpture Center and New York-based painter Ryan Sullivan convened to review 389 artist applications for the third Artadia Award cycle…

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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…

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Review: All Our Tomorrows and Yesterdays at Proof

“History is a malleable enterprise subject to the whims and desires of its writers.” And, arguably, of its artists. Scott Patrick Wiener’s curatorial statement for All Our Tomorrows and Yesterdays reveals his partiality, as an image-maker, for the documentary…

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Welcome to kijidome

kijidome is the brainchild of Sean Downey, Lucy Kim, Carlos Jiménez Cahua, and Susan Metrican. The four artists are inaugurating their collaborative space at 59 Wareham Street this coming Saturday with an exhibition titled S01E01 which juxtaposes works by Dennis…

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In Retrospect: Tony Feher & Absent | Present

BR&S’s editors are beginning a regular blogpost highlighting events and exhibitions we’ve seen and enjoyed, but, for any number of reasons, weren’t able to cover. Usually, that reason is time; we feel fortunate to live in a city where…

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An Interview with Michael Mittelman

Last week, BR&S editors Stephanie Cardon and Leah Triplett sat down with Michael Mittelman at his Waltham Street studio in Boston, where, until recently, ASPECT Magazine was published. Mittelman founded ASPECT: The Chronicle of New Media Art in 2003 as…

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Family Meal with John C. Gonzalez

By Stephanie Cardon June 17, 2013 This conversation with John C. Gonzalez followed his participation in Odd Spaces, last month’s day-long performance art event at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, curated by Liz Munsell. With Family Meal Gonzalez initiated…

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The Foster Prize: Mark Cooper

It is curious that Mark Cooper’s work, which is the most visually and spatially boisterous, the most materially lustful (though not the most fetishistic) of the four finalists’, is that which directly references Buddhist cultures, concepts and practices of…

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ASPECT v.21: A Good Place to Stop

Owing to the limitations inherent in print publications, time-based works often have been shortchanged in the art publishing world. Represented in photographs, video, installation art, and performance-based works are stripped of much of their essence—sound, duration, motion. Sound works…

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Carnival at the PEM: Nick Cave’s ‘Drive-By’

The Peabody Essex Museum has continued its dynamic contemporary art series, FreePort, now in its sixth iteration, with an installation of Nick Cave’s famed soundsuits. This exhibition goes beyond merely placing the suits themselves in the galleries as sculpture, and…

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