Browsing: Volume 1 : Issue #34

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: JUDI ROTENBERG GALLERY

By BIG RED January 5, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the opening of Introductions 2006: Lorna Williams and George Rosa and Harvey Loves Harvey: Triple Threat at Judi Rotenberg Gallery Judi Rotenberg Gallery LLC Images…

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BERWICK AIR PROGRAM

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR The Berwick Research Institute has announced the deadlines for their Artist In Research Program and the new Public Art Incubator Program. Full information can be found at their website. From the press release: Artist in…

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WHEW! GREEN STREET TO REMAIN OPEN

By BIG RED NEWS EDITOR Despite the explosion of rumours, speculation, fear, anger and other emotions that ran through Boston last week, the big news is that there is actually NO news. Green Street Gallery will remain open, with the…

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BARRY M. GOLDSTEIN: IN THE STUDIO

By CHARLES GIULIANO January 4, 2006 The formally produced, studio portrait of Elspeth Kinnucan in blue scrubs, holding up snap shots of her two sisters proved to be riveting. She stares out at us with piercing blue eyes that are…

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THE STATE OF BIG RED

By MATTHEW NASH Here at the start of the new year, I thought I’d take the opportunity to offer a “State of Big RED” report to you, our loyal readers and supporters. 2005 was a big year for us, for…

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QUANTUM GRIDS @ HUAM

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND The ubiquity of the grid in our culture may explain the fascination with it. Unconsciously, consciously and self-consciously, artists, designers, mathematicians and just about everybody who’s ever sat in front of a computer employs the grid to…

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BRAUN: 50 YEARS OF DESIGN @ MASS ART

By KATHRYN ADA DUTOIT “Braun Celebrates 50 Years of Industrial Design: 1955-2005” is currently on view at MassArt’s Bakalar Gallery. Boston is the exhibition’s only US destination; before traveling to Massachusetts, the exhibition was on view at Royal College of…

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WHY WE LOVE AND HATE THE MFA

By MATTHEW NASH Driving home tonight, after watching my friend’s band play at TT’s, I took a detour by the Museum of Fine Arts. Illegally parked in front of that grand building, I started to think about its role in…

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OBLIGATORY END OF YEAR LIST

By MICAH J. MALONE God, I love lists. Every year publication after publication does it’s “best of” or “Top 10” to be sure everyone knows what important events occurred during the year. Over time I have become enamored with these…