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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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One Spicy Party. To Go.

Press PLAY before reading: “When you’re done crying about how much everything sucks, you can find the rest of us at Picó Picante.” On a recent sunny Saturday afternoon, Maggie Cavallo’s public entreaty to get over and on with it…

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A Giant Picnic

 If you’ve been away a lot this summer and have yet to see Os Gemeos’ public artwork in Dewey Square, head down there during these last halcyon days of summer. While you’re enjoying a grassy pause between the skyscrapers, have…

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