Browsing: Volume 1 : Issue #28

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THOMAS HIRSCHHORN @ THE ICA

By MARINA VERONICA Thomas Hirschhorn’s “Utopia, Utopia = One World, One War, One Army, One Dress”, the latest exhibition at the ICA, looks like an over-stocked department store distastefully promoting camouflage. Simulated displays of commodities surrounded by a decor of…

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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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FROM THE EDITOR

By RACHEL GEPNER Last week a writer sent me a copy of Samson Projects’ press release from the show Off My Biscuit, Destroy the District and a note saying, “I’ve never seen it’s kind before but THIS IS ART WRITING.”…

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CAMOUFLAGE AS METAPHOR

By CHARLES GIULIANO Moments after leaving the Thomas Hirschhorn exhibition “Utopia, Utopia=One World, One War, One Army, One Dress,” which will be on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston through January 16, 2006, I encountered a woman passing…

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MAVERICK ARTS ARCHIVES NOW ONLINE

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Regular Big RED columnist Charles Giuliano has recently announced the launch of his new website Maverick-Arts to supplant his long-standing email publication. The new site features archives of all of Giuliano’s past articles (200+ at…

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ANTI-BUSH ART CENSORED IN WISCONSIN

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Chancellor Bruce Shepard recently defended his decision to remove an artwork by Chicago-based designer Al Brandtner from the exhibition “Axis of Evil: A Secret History of Sin” with the…

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THE BERWICK RESEARCH INSTITUTE

By BIG RED AN INTERVIEW WITH KIRSTEN FORKERT by RACHEL GEPNER THE ARTIST IN RESEARCH RESIDENCY by MATTHEW NASH THE BERWICK IN BOSTON by CHRISTIAN HOLLAND THE REVOLVING DINNER by MICAH MALONE For an Institute dedicated to supporting “concept-driven…