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A Richard Goulis retrospective at RIC’s Bannister Gallery
Sometimes I think if Richard Goulis had lived in New York or Los Angeles he'd be in the art history books, instead of being a guy from Providence whom we cherish for making our town a bit more crazy and dangerous and wondrous.
| March 22, 2013
Uneasy artifacts at the Chazan Gallery
It seems life should feel easy with all our faster foods and whiter teeth and smarter bombs, but despite — or perhaps because of — all our modern conveniences, we feel as awkward and hapless as ever. That is one unspoken theme that viewers might draw f
'Something is amiss'
| December 03, 2010
AS220 at 25
You might say it all began with a thumbs-down review of an art exhibit by Umberto Crenca. To Bert and his friends, it was just one more example of how they were excluded by the art establishment.
A lively oral history of Providence's artistic Mecca
| August 13, 2010
The Empire strikes back
The Empire Revue is a monthly event at AS220, happening every first Sunday at 8 pm, as predictably as political malfeasance and as reliably funny, only without the urge to strangle the perpetrators. It's only eight bucks, which is still cheaper than a
AS220's loose and lively revue
| September 04, 2009
AS220’s exhibit “New Obstructions” is one of those right-on ideas that seem to come so naturally to the institution.
“New Obstructions” at AS220; “Trash” at 5 Traverse
| October 09, 2008
AS220’s chief bottle washer and bar witch (formerly bar wench).
| September 24, 2007
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