Tag Archives: Mark Feeney

The Arts Seen in Western Mass. (Summer of Whistler Edition)

Well the Missus and I trundled out to the Berkshires for a couple of days last week to catch this & that and, say, it was . . . swelling with people. Upon our arrival in Williamstown we headed right to … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging ‘Paris Night & Day’ at BC’s McMullen Museum

Well the Missus and I trundled out to the McMullen Museum at Boston College to catch Paris Night & Day: Photography between the Wars, and say, it was swell. Representing the City of Light at its most romantic and its … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging ‘Prifti: Drawn by Light’ at the Griffin Museum

Well the Missus and I trundled out to Winchester yesterday to catch the David Prifti exhibit at the Griffin Museum and, say, it was swell. (As was our breakfast at the Swanton Street Diner.) From the museum’s website: In an … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging ‘Portrait Photographs of Artists’ At WAM

Well the Missus and I trundled out to Worcester to catch Portrait Photographs of Artists at the Worcester Art Museum and say, it’s a corker. From WAM’s website: “Almost 110 years ago, WAM became one of the first institutions to … Continue reading

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Boston Globe On A Page One Headline Tear

First there was this shoutout from Jim Romenesko for Saturday’s Boston Globe front-page headline: BOSTON GLOBE HEADLINE ‘HAS TO BE ONE OF THE YEAR’S BEST’ “Admittedly, I’m biased, as both a Thomas Pynchon idolator and Globe staffer(though I had nothing to do … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging ‘The Zoroastrians Of India’

Yesterday the Missus and I trundled over to Harvard University’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts to catch Sooni Taraporevala’s Parsis: The Zoroastrians of India at the Sert Gallery. And it was good. From the Sert Gallery’s website: The result of … Continue reading

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‘Grunts: The GI Experience’ At Boston’s Panopticon Gallery

If you’re around Kenmore Square this holiday week (we can say holiday now, yes?), get yourself over to the Panopticon Gallery in the Hotel Commonwealth and check out Grunts: The GI Experience. Grunts is military vernacular for United States Army or … Continue reading

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