Tedium and enchantment

By GREG COOK  |  November 3, 2010

Lieberman, who earned a bachelor's degree from Harvard's visual-and-environmental-studies department this year, has since returned home to New York, where she grew up. When it comes to mining our schools, Boston galleries tend to showcase grads from MassArt and the Museum School. Occasionally Boston University alums make appearances. Greaney has been drawing on often untapped Harvard circles. Have other dealers and curators been missing Harvard, or do Harvard folks just not bother to engage with Boston? And what of the students coming out of, say, MIT?

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Frances Stark “This could become a gimick [sic] or an honest articulation of the workings of the mind” | MIT List Visual Arts Center, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge | through January 2 | Megan and Murray McMillan “What Stands Between Us and the Sun” | Axiom, 141 Green Street, Jamaica Plain | through November 27 | Bruce Myren “Selections from the Fortieth Parallel” | Gallery Kayafas, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston | through November 27 | Rebecca Lieberman “Whitetail Deer, A to Z” | Anthony Greaney, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston | through November 6

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