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Feature  06.28.14
Cinematic Assembly: attending the Berkshire Int'l Film Festival
At the Berkshire International Film Festival, there are no red carpets leading to press photography shoots. No stretch limousines or swarms of interviewers eagerly waiting to interrogate big movie stars. Instead, there are intimate parties with house bands and an easy air of mingling. There are beautiful, ornate venues, like the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in downtown Great Barrington, which hosted the opening night film and ceremony. There's also just as much...  continue
Cinematic Assembly: attending the Berkshire Int'l Film Festival
   
Opinion  05.18.14 15 Years: 1999-2014 Advertisement
 
 
In No Great Hurry:
13 Lessons in Life with
Saul Leiter

In his apartment on the Lower East Side of New York, Saul Leiter sits in a high-backed wooden chair. Wearing a small striped scarf, one-dollar bills bulging out of his shirt's breast pocket, he firmly states, "There is a charm to disorder...  continue
 
FROM THE ARCHIVES

04.02 Gestural Conviction
Mark Morris Dance Group's V, reviewed

08.10 Shipyard Wreckage
a review of HarborArts Outdoor Gallery

07.06 Collective Haze
experiencing the exhibit, Twin Allegories

Cradles to Crayons
 
   
Feature  04.27.14
The Will of Time: experiencing the art of Jon Imber
When commending an artist for bravery, the conversation typically privileges content over physical adversity. Be it a photographer risking political exile or a pop star releasing a protest album, critical dialogue often relies on right-angled philosophical praxes for its scaffolding. Such a precedent makes it tricky to pitch portraits of friends as acts of resistance, even in the case of a painter as undeniably courageous as Jon Imber, who died on April 17th at age 63 from a disease that defined and transformed his final years of...  continue
The Will of Time: experiencing the art of Jon Imber
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