March / April 2013

March / April 2013

Price: $10.00

Contents

Volume 34, Issue 2

Features

Public Art—Preparing for the Next Chapter
By Elizabeth Keithline and Elysian McNiff
The authors scan recent New England projects as they outline a narrative
on public art practice.

Art in the Streets By Greg Cook
Why does the art world still disregard community pageantry?

Not All Wiser and Nicer By Joe Leduc
The danger of merging public and private is mitigated by activist artists.

Letters

FlashPoints

A Conversation with Anthony Greaney
By Robert Moeller

Dispatch
Art Without Borders: Encountering Cuba
By Andrea Shea

Dispatch
La Différence
By Leslie Sills

Museums
More than Getting the Numbers Right
By Mary Bucci McCoy

Opinion
Confronting Edward Kienholz
By Monroe Denton

Residencies
Ephemeral Art in a Permanent Place
By Stephen Vincent Kobasa

Book Review
Critical Work
By Carl Belz

Book Review
Playboy of the (Mid)western World
By David Bonetti

Looking Back
Inside the Carpenter Center
By Leah Triplett

Opinion
Public/Private Art: Transitions
By David Raymond

Destination
Northern Vermont
By Ric Kasini Kadour

Reviews

SPOTLIGHT

Illuminated Geographies: Pakistani Miniaturist Practice in the Wake of the Global Turn at the Tufts University Art Gallery by Christopher Capozzola

CONNECTICUT

Intimate Science at Real Art Ways, Hartford by Susan Rand Brown

Once Removed: Sculpture’s Changing Frame of Reference at Yale University Art Gallery by Patricia Rosoff

MAINE

Lois Dodd: Catching the Light at the Portland Museum of Art by Edgar Allen Beem

MASSACHUSETTS

Freeport [No. 006]: Nick Cave at Peabody Essex Museum by Judith Tolnick Champa

All Visual Boston III at Spectacle, Jamaica Plain by Caitie Moore

The Origin of the World—The Force of the Source—The Cause of the Vigor at Samsøn Projects by Leslie Sills

John Wilson: Eternal Presence at the Danforth Museum of Art by Alicia Faxon

NEW HAMPSHIRE

The Americas Illuminated: LED’s Relight Orozco Murals at Dartmouth College Library by Christopher Volpe

RHODE ISLAND

A Life of Looking: Nathan Lewis and Fred Dalkey at Community College of Rhode Island by Stephen Vincent Kobasa

VERMONT

Inaugural Exhibition: Georg Baselitz, Edward Burtynsky, Neil Jenney, and A.R. Penck at the Hall Art Foundation by Meg Brazill

In Every Issue

Focus On: Northern Vermont

Guide to Art Schools and Workshops

Calendar

Artist Directory: A resource for artists,
galleries, Museums, and collectors

Art Guide

Exhibitions

Classifieds

Art Seen



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