This month’s exhibition at the Atlantic Works Gallery, The Inspection House, is based around the Panopticon and surveillance. Continue reading
Off The Wall
The Letter Press Guild will be celebrating their 30th anniversary with a Broadside Exhibition at the Arsenal Center for the arts. The exhibit opens on August 30th and ends September 30th with an opening reception on September 8th.
Hayes maintains the perfect balance of physical and mental nudity with static ambiguity in order to pull the viewer into the painting’s narrative. By pulling content from her own personal life, Lauren Hayes successfully conveys a universal human experience unified by states of vulnerability. Continue reading
AIB has opened 101 Photos for Press Freedom, an exciting exhibit that celebrates 25th anniversary of Reporters Without Borders. This incredible collection of photographs donated from Magnum covers 75 years of notable historical events caught on film by those willing to put their safety in jeopardy in order to promote a liberated and independent press. Continue reading
Running thru March 16th 225 Friend Street will be showing the Hung Jury exhibition. Hung Jury is a show curated by Susan Metrican that features the work of local male artists. The title of the show refers to the famous film 12 angry men in order to tie together the male voices expressed through art. Continue reading
The superficial appropriation of iconic images has been done over and over and over again. Can we please move on?
And then came a breath of fresh air: Stephanie Angelo . Pop artists, take notes because this woman knows what she’s doing. Continue reading
Glorious multicolored light projections, sculptures and towers turned Chinatown Park aglow this past Thursday night with five radiant installations curated by the interactive art organization, FIGMENT. The FIGMENT Lights Opening is part of the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway’s Winter Lights series illuminating Boston. Continue reading