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ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY AT DECORDOVA MUSEUM IN LINCOLN, MA

In a world where Facebook holds 10,000 times more photos than the Library of Congress and the amount of pictures we take in two minutes surpasses the number of photos the whole of humanity took in the 1800s, it’s hard to say that the meaning of a photograph isn’t changing. With applications like Instagram and …

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MUSIC | CAFE 939 W/ TEDDY GEIGER

I was told the other day that 1/3 of Boston’s population is composed of students. 1/3. Considering Boston’s population is now well over 600,000 people, that calculates to about 200,000 students in the city alone. This would not be as significant if it were not for all the student-run businesses that have sprung up as …

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THE MFA’S NEW LINDE FAMILY WING STRIVES TO ENTER THE CONTEMPORARY CONVERSATION

Over 200 contemporary works will be featured in the new wing and surrounding spaces. In one particularly arresting instance, a flashing chandelier is suspended from the ceiling, both a functional object and a piece of art. A section of the floor vibrates and resonates with the low frequency sound of bubbles escaping from massive ice flows. If nothing else, the MFA deserves credit for its curatorial creativity.

MARKET REVIEW | MORPHO SULKOWSKI

Good, the Charles Street cabinet of curiosities, has a collection of mounted butterflies and insects that is downright spellbinding. Having recently acquired a Rhinoceros Beetle for a client–a conversation piece, indeed–I’ve now set my sights on my own mounted beauty and, lest I leave you in the lurch, can proudly announce IT WILL BE THIS ONE. This wildly iridescent …

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