Sincerity And Sublimity: From Right Now To Next

Evolution of Love

Sincerity And Sublimity: From Right Now To Next Presented at University Place Gallery March 31 – April 28, 2017 Opening Reception | Friday, March 31ST, 6-8PM Featuring The Work Of Blake Brasher, Joe Kitsch, Hilary Tait Norod, Aria Tudanger, ON Kyeong Seong University Place Gallery 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA, Harvard Square For more […]

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Since the Epoch

Since the Epoch

Since the Epoch Opening Reception: Friday, March 10th, 6pm to 8pm Exhibition: March 10th through 12th Boston Cyberarts is pleased to present Since the Epoch, an exhibition of work from students in the Digital + Media graduate program at the Rhode Island School of Design. The title of the exhibition is a reference to Unix […]

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Galatea Fine Art – March 2017

Into the Woods

March 1-29, 2017 Opening Reception:  March 3, 6-8pm Jane Paradise Dune Shacks of Provincetown, Series 1 On the wild back shore of Provincetown, Massachusetts, writers, artists and families made summer homes in the early 1900’s. Affectionately called the dune shacks, some were originally life-saving huts constructed in the late 1890’s but most were built in […]

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Hilary Tait Norod – Liquid Art House

Sometime Soon

Liquid Art House Monday, February 20th!! 7:00pm – 9:00pm See Hilary Tait’s largest paintings to date featured at the spectacular Liquid Art House! Join us at the Opening Reception for Inventive Cocktails, Delicious Bar Bites and Spectacular Artwork! If you are not able to make the Opening don’t worry the work will be up for […]

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Invader – Hello, My Name Is…

Invader - Video Game Exhibition

On view now until September 3 2017 at Le Musée en Herbe, is a new exhibition by Invadar. The show is titled “Hello, My Name Is…”, and is inspired by the history of video games. The show displays references and images from popular video games, such as Mario, Pac-Man, and Tetris to name a few. […]

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Galatea Fine Art – February 2017

Fahrenheit 451 Revisited; Conceptual Construction of Found Objects

Galatea Fine Art – February 2017 February 1-26, 2016 Opening Reception: February 3, 6-8pm Closing Reception: February 26, 3-5pm “Jessie Jeanne and Dancers” and “teXtmoVes” (Karen Klein and collaborators) will be performing during the closing reception. Ruth T. Segaloff Precious Legacies: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants When time silences the final witness, who will […]

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Not of This Earth: Contemporary Art and Science Fiction

Opening Reception, Friday, January 13th, 6pm to 8pm Exhibition, January 14th to February 26, 2017   BOSTON- Boston Cyberarts is pleased to present Not of this Earth: Contemporary Art and Science Fiction, an exhibition comprised of art relating to science fiction. Sci-fi has been a prevailing method of entertainment and consideration of the seemingly possible […]

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Percy Fortini-Wright – Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

Solo Exhibition Rafius Fane Gallery In these current times in which we are facing; we as a nation and planet are facing a collective identity crisis. This experimental art exhibition of contrasting expressions. Draws from subjects of personal and cultural nostalgia. Containing new and old work. Ranging from abstraction to representational paintings. As an artist, […]

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Galatea Fine Art – January 2017

BudBalls

January 4-29, 2017 Opening Reception:  January 6, 6-8pm Kirstin Ilse: Friend: Unfriend, the Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States Reckon the vitriol remainder of the presidential election. This painting explores the tumult at the heart of a cultural crisis in which friends were friendly no more and new connections forged. Painted in […]

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FLOATING ART SOS (Safety Orange Swimmers)

SOS (Safety Orange Swimmers) floats in the Art Basin (between the Summer and Congress Street bridges). This project marks twelve years of FPAC’s collaboration with Friends of Fort Point Channel on temporary public art in the Fort Point Channel. The project is also funded by the Fort Point Channel Operations Board. Join us for a Tour and Talk […]

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