Browsing: Volume 1 : Issue #96

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WHERE CAN I FIND SOME NEW ART?

WHERE CAN I FIND SOME NEW ART? By Matthew Nash I’m staring at a blank screen, trying to figure out what to write. I want to write that Boston’s alternative scene is non-existant and that young artists have no place to…

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OH COME ALL YE FAITHFUL

OH COME ALL YE FAITHFUL By Matthew Gamber Happy holidays to all of our loyal Big RED readers. This holiday season, as the economy takes a nose-dive, we at Big RED know how valuable your money is, and how much…

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MARKETWATCH

MARKETWATCH By Micah J. Malone How are artists affected by a down economy? With artists being both inside and outside of the general market, it is often difficult to gauge the effects a poor economy actually has. On the one hand,…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

“THE WHITE CUBE” By Thomas Marquet #39: One way to answer the “What’s Up?” question. But not necessarily recommended. Still, it’s seasonal. Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic, based in Brooklyn, New York, which is an admittedly unoriginal…

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FIRST DOUBT @ YALE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY

FIRST DOUBT @ YALE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY By Megan Driscoll The work at First Doubt, Yale’s latest contemporary art exhibition plays with our instinct to find the informational detail in a photographic image. Our eyes are put to the test…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE By Steve Aishman So I was giving a talk other day and when I was done, I heard someone in the audience say under their breath: “That’s not the way a real artist talks …”…