South Coast Artists


March / April 2016

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Contents

Volume 37, Issue 2

 

Features

 

The New Traditionalists in New England

By Dominic Green

The Classical Realist Revolution

 

Artists as Philanthropists

By Charles Bonenti

Protecting Their Visual Arts Legacies

 

Rebranding

By Susan Rand Brown

Millennial Artisans Build on Hartford’s Legacy

 

COLUMNS

Letter

FlashPoints

Gallery FlashPoints

Rhode Island Studio Visit
David Barnes
By Alexander Castro

Book Review
Mark Pasnik, Michael Kubo and Chris Grimley’s Concrete Architecture and the New Boston
By James McCown

Public Art
The New Wave of Public Art:
Art on the Marquee
By George Fifield

Theater
The Next Stages for
Boston Theater
By Jared Bowen

Film
Intellectually Curious, Savvy and Hungry: The Burgeoning New England Film Fest Scene Comes into Its Own
By Ethan Gilsdorf

Festivals
Flash Forward Festival
By Sarah Pollman

Profile
Bobbi Gibb: Contemporary Artist, Renaissance Woman
By Rita A. Fucillo

 

Reviews & Previews

SPOTLIGHT

Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe at Currier Museum of Art by Christopher Volpe

 

CONNECTICUT

Victor Vasarely: The Absolute Eye at Mattatuck Museum by Rachael Palacios

In the Lion’s Den: Daniel Macdonald, Ireland and Empire at Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum,

Quinnipiac University by Rachael Palacios

 

MAINE

Cole Caswell: Patterns of Aggression at Maine Museum of Photographic Arts by Carl Little

Thomas Crotty and His Circle at Thos. Moser Showroom & Outlet by Carl Little

 

MASSACHUSETTS

Tseng Kwong Chi: Performing for the Camera at Tufts University Art Gallery by Sarah Baker

On Exactitude in Science at School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston by Sarah Baker

Alchemy of the Soul: Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons at Peabody Essex Museum by Jeb Sharp

Question Bridge: Black Males at Deerfield Academy and University Museum of

Contemporary Art by Bonnie Barrett Stretch

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

65   Groundswell at Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire by David Raymond

 

RHODE ISLAND

Mary Dondero: Small Points in Time at Newport Art Museum by Alexander Castro

Dead Animals, or the curious occurrence of taxidermy in contemporary art at David Winton Bell Gallery by Alexander Castro

 

VERMONT

Triangle, Circle, Square and Conceal/Reveal at Overnight Projects by B. Amore

Oliver B. Schemm at Castleton Downtown Gallery by B. Amore

 

IN THIS ISSUE

Destination: Connecticut Coast

Calendar

Artist Directory

Guide to Schools and Workshops

Art Guide

Exhibition Listings

Classifieds

On the cover: Aperlaï, Geisha Lines, Fall 2013, leather. Courtesy of Aperlaï. Photo: Jay Zukerkorn. On view in Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe at the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH.



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