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The Photographs of an Idea

Mel Bochner came to New York as a 24-year-old conceptual artist in 1964 at a time when virtually no galleries

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Go Figure: Contemporary Art's Dilemma

Ambiguity often distinguishes good art from great art. By attempting to simplify the state of contemporary art into two distinct


The Naked Truth

If you are one of those people who doesn’t “get” modern art, you aren’t going to like it when Karen


A Forced 'Occupation'

Last Saturday, Occupation, the documentary about the Progressive Student Labor Movement’s (PSLM) infamous 21-day sit-in in Mass. Hall, premiered at


Days of Auld Lang Syne

In the pantheon of great directors, Fritz Lang is a bit of an anomaly. Unlike his contemporary Alfred Hitchcock, who

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All You Can Eat: Edible Art At Harvard

In the hallowed halls of museums we bless the lucky few whose is art is worthy of eternal praise. Elevated

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More Than Glitz

Ah, glamour. What a word. It is a word that conjures up images of a bygone era, a word that


A Theater for the Ages

The Brattle Theatre, one of Harvard’s most cherished gems, recently underwent a fine polish. According to co-owners Ned Hinkle and


It's A Dog-Eat-Dog World

Arthur Bradford, a young and hip writer with a growing, young and hip following, has turned the likes of Zadie

Gather Round

With its somber tone, gritty diction and unglamorous portrayal of working class America, The Woolgatherer, a play by William Mastrosimone,

Vigil Held To Support Rape Victims

Almost 300 people gathered on the steps of Memorial Church last night for the annual Take Back the Night rally,

Before the Divorce: When We Liked Ike

When I walked into the Carpenter Center on April 5, I was greeted by a horde of bespeckled sophisticates, a