Author Archives: ALEXIS AVEDISIAN

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ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH 2013: WORKS THAT MADE @GODBLED STOP AND THINK

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The following list of works were just a few that stood out to @GODBLED as she roamed the convention center for several hours each day, prompting her to dig a little deeper into their origins. Plus, Boston at Basel. Continue reading

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EXPLORE/ALT: TOGETHER 2013: VISUAL EXPERIMENTS

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This year, as Together brings some of the most innovative forces in new music, it has also formed a budding program of contemporary art: designed as a visual experiment or prototype of the many possibilities that can ensue when genres and mediums, personalities and cultures, converge for a collective purpose. Continue reading

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TOGETHER: A NEW COSMIC MIX, NOW IN 5D!

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(Above: Darryl Davis of Boston’s Museum of Science Charles Hayden Planetarium)

“We are excited to incite in the audience the urge to reconsider themselves, their world, and the worlds beyond their own…”

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ARTS: SPIRITED MAGAZINE’S DYSTOPIA

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Dystopia is a poignant survey of artists who work thematically about humanity, self-identity, and the creative struggle. Continue reading

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PREVIEW: DYSTOPIA

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dys·to·pi·a: An imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one. Continue reading

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BLACK INK @ NAVE GALLERY ANNEX

Elisabeth Nicula Wish You Were Here 6″ x 6″ woodcut, 2013

“Black is the essence of mark-making,” says Ted Ollier confidently. “The greatest difference between the blank page is the black mark.”

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ARTS: MICHAEL COSTELLO AT GOLD GALLERY

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So, what’s the connection between ancient Egypt, boxers and ballerinas?
Michael Costello is onto something:
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WHAT IT IS: PAINTINGS BY ANTHONY PALOCCI

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“The imagery that Palocci creates can be so simple, yet hold a lot of power and represent a greater unknown”

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PREVIEW: NICK WARD AT DISTILLERY

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“Areas of interest are finely rendered, while those spaces that need less focus are left in unfinished abstraction.”

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