I stopped by the Howard Art Project in Dorchester on Friday to check out the opening of Perma-F(r)ail. Curated by Timothy Amundson and Jessica Borusky, the show features the work of about two dozen creators, all interrogating the concept of persona within art making practice.
Thursday July 24
Closing Reception – Capture Fields – Yola Monakhov Stockton
When: July 24, 6 – 9pm
Location: Aviary Gallery, 48 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA
Opening Reception: Daniel van Ackere at 35 Channel Center
When: July 24, 5 – 7pm
Location: Fort Point Arts Community, 300 Summer St, Boston, Massachusetts 02210
I headed over to the Nave Annex on Thursday to escape the summer heat at the opening of “Winter.” The show, co-curated by Jenn Harrington & Susan Berstler, transports viewers out of hot July and into an icy exploration of January. The works included in the show range from the specific to the abstract, from photographic to sculptural, but they all evoke a sense of deep freeze. The show is dedicated to Dave Lamb of Brown Bird, who passed away this Spring. His music plays throughout the exhibit.
Wednesday July 16
Ice Cream ART PARTY: Rebecca Volynsky ****This is Where I’ll Be!****
When: July 16, 7pm
Location: Jp Licks, Davis Sq, Somerville, MA
“Meeting #3: New possible Boston area creative workers organizations
When: July 16, 6:30pm
Location: Aeronaut Brewing Company, 14 Tyler St, Somerville, Massachusetts 02143
I have the pleasure of being included in “State of Being” at the Piano Craft Gallery in the South End this month. I attended the opening reception on Friday and was very impressed with the caliber of work in the show. The exhibition, curated by Danielle Festa, is billed as “A Collection of Figurative and Portrait Art” and features paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs exploring the idea of the individual. The work ranges from the abstract to the specific, covering a wide amount of ground while still staying tightly curated. Pictured below are a few of my favorites, but I invite you to stop by the gallery to check out this highly enjoyable show. The show is up until July 27.
I swung by the UnchARTed Gallery in Lowell this week to check out Anthony Grassetti’s show, “Coveted Shadows: Redux.” Grassetti’s work showcases his talent for fashion photography, highlighting his control over light and style. His image above, “Dawn,” is a collaboration with Thom Solo Shoes.
Wednesday July 9
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR DREAMS: Drop City Screening
When: July 9, 7:30 – 10:30pm
Location: Mobius, Inc. 55 Norfolk St, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Thursday July 10
Contain, Keep, Cradle
When: 6 – 8pm
Location: Nave Gallery, 155 Powder House Blvd, Somerville, Massachusetts 02144
I caught up with Julia Pimes, one of the co-founders of brand new art space, Sweety’s, over on the Boston Hassle! You can read the interview Here.