Owen Linders

Richard Heckert

Rick Berry

Taner Tumkaya

Raul Gonzalez III

Jodie Baehre Art – STUDIO NEWS


New urban landscape paintings and archival prints will be on view and for sale this fall at Fort Point Open Studios.  Stop by her studio and then explore Fort Point to see work from over 100 local artists. Archival giclée prints are available for sale on my website. Visit the online shop. Sizes for prints range from 16″ x 20″ up to 28″ […]

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Vivid Visions: The Art of Kim Jung Gi


Art Whino announces the opening of the new Art Whino Gallery at SW, with Vivid Visions: The Art of Kim Jung Gi, the first United States solo exhibition of the Korean illustrator, cartoonist, and animator. Art Whino Gallery is the premier presenter of this major artist’s work in the United States. The new gallery will open within the […]

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Bill Chisholm – October 2015


October Exhibitions Gracie Square Art Show                    October 3,4 Scituate Art Festival                   October  10,11,12 Wellfleet OysterFest October 17,18      www.billchisholm.com  9 Brastow Ave  Somerville, MA 02143   978-337-6186

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Galatea Fine Art – October 2015

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Galatea Fine Art – October 2015 October 1-29, 2015 Opening Reception:  October 2, 6-8pm Q and A Reception with the Artists:  October 18, 2-4pm ELEANOR STEINADLER With my camera, I paint passages of abstract compositions that nature and humans inevitably create. There is abstract beauty in unexpected places – sometimes on the surface, often time as […]

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Ugo Rondinone: Clouds + Mountains + Waterfalls


Exhibiting at London’s Sadie Coles HQ is sculptor Ugo Rondinone. His latest show titled Clouds + Mountains + Waterfalls features bright colored rock sculptures. The photos above give a glimpse of what the artist is expressing through his abstract work. Clouds + Mountains + Waterfalls will be on view until October 21.

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Film Review | The Diary of a Teenage Girl

    September 25, 2015 - Film


Film Review | The Diary of a Teenage Girl Made to F— “I had sex today. Holy shit.” The first line uttered in Marielle Heller’s film, The Diary of a Teenage Girl, quickly sums up its premise. Minnie Goetze, a wide-eyed girl with thin lips and a globe-shaped face, struts through 1976 San Francisco having […]

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Curious Sound Objects – Selected Works


Opening Reception TOMORROW Friday, September 18, 2015 Curious Sound Objects – Selected Works on view through October 25th, 2015 Boston Cyberarts is thrilled to present Curious Sound Objects – Selected Works, the latest in a series of art exhibitions of multi-sensory, interactive art objects. After three sold-out events starting in the summer of 2014, this first extended gallery […]

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Robert LeBlanc – Unlawful Conduct


Robert LeBlanc is publishing a photo documentary titled “Unlawful Conduct”. The book features 154 pages of LeBlanc’s photography capturing events and subjects over a six year span. “Unlawful Conduct” is limited edition, and every copy is hand numbered. Check out PhotosByRobertLeBlanc.com for more information.

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Shepard Fairey: On Our Hands


On view now at the Jacob Lew Gallery, is Shepard Fairey’s “On Our hands” exhibit. The show features the artist’s signature style, focusing on subjects that are current events in the world. The exhibition will be on view from now until October 24, so check out Jacob Lewis Gallery for more information.

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JR: DECADE, Portrait d’une génération


”DECADE, Portrait d’une génération” features photographer JR displaying work from the past decade. His exhibition is at the Galerie Perrotin in Paris, France. If you happen to be in Paris, the show will run until October 17. Source: Hypebeast

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