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Exhibition Alert: Toxic Women at Allegra LaViola Gallery

junkyardarts December 22, 2011 Comments Off on Exhibition Alert: Toxic Women at Allegra LaViola Gallery

Artist Andrea Mary Marshall explores the pressures and tribulations of women living in a shallow, soulless culture that idealizes the unattainable and punishes those with vaginas who do not achieve maximum hotness. She’s every

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Paris Museum Exhibition Focuses on Disturbing History of Human Zoos

junkyardarts December 7, 2011 Comments Off on Paris Museum Exhibition Focuses on Disturbing History of Human Zoos

The musee du quai Branly in Paris is host to one of the most jarring exhibitions of the year: Human Zoos and the Invention of the Savage. This may surprise many, but white folk

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Kiki Smith at High Museum: Rituals

junkyardarts November 23, 2011 Comments Off on Kiki Smith at High Museum: Rituals

One of the most important female artists (and important printmaker of any gender), Kiki Smith, has been featured in countless exhibitions across the country with major exhibitions are the New York Museum of Modern

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Artist Creates Sculpture of Japan Earthquake

junkyardarts November 13, 2011 Comments Off on Artist Creates Sculpture of Japan Earthquake

British artist Luke Jerram has created a truly intriguing sculpture of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Using the seismograph as his referential inspiration, Jerram has made something quite beautiful and rhythmic out of

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First Retrospective of Maurizio Cattelan at The Gugs

junkyardarts November 11, 2011 Comments Off on First Retrospective of Maurizio Cattelan at The Gugs

For the first time, a retrospective of Contemporary master Maurizio Cattelan’s work will be at the Guggenheim – and this may mark the first time I’m really over-the-moon excited about a Contemporary show. Mark

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From Art to Film: The Story of Storyboards

From Art to Film: The Story of Storyboards

junkyardarts September 25, 2011 Comments Off on From Art to Film: The Story of Storyboards

There is no question that a storyboard can be the make or break for the fluidity of a films.  Storyboards are the preliminary artwork of a film and often set the artistic tone well

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Make it A Malkovich Weekend (Boston)

junkyardarts September 21, 2011 Comments Off on Make it A Malkovich Weekend (Boston)

He’s an enigma, wrapped in an enigma, wrapped in a stare that can set you on fire.  Literally.  Figuratively. There is something so dangerous about Malkovich.  He has the face and the piercing charm

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Final Weeks: Monet/Lichtenstein at the Boston MFA

junkyardarts September 19, 2011 Comments Off on Final Weeks: Monet/Lichtenstein at the Boston MFA

In another round of I’LL KILL MYSELF IF I MISS THIS, the Monet/Lichtenstein exhibition is ending September 25th and naturally many of us are panicing because with all the Chihuly love and New Wing

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Boston AHTS Festival is Back!

junkyardarts September 9, 2011 Comments Off on Boston AHTS Festival is Back!

  Save the Date!   September 10th & September 11th Noon-6pm Chris Columbus Park   T Accessible: Blue Line – Aquarium stop Green Line – Govern. Center   Tips: Bring CASH Bring Water Don’t haggle

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Realism Retrospective In Catalonia – It’s Time I Became An Eccentric Millionaire So I Can See These Shows

Realism Retrospective In Catalonia – It’s Time I Became An Eccentric Millionaire So I Can See These Shows

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Seriously.  It’s not as if the states don’t offer amazing exhibitions all the time, and it’s not that I don’t get to see some of them! I have!  But man, the more I hear

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