Jeremy Fish And Jim Houser: New Works

New Works

Jim Houser and Jeremy Fish are exhibiting a show called “New Works”. The show features a variety of different mediums from drawings, paintings, an installation from Houser, and more. “New Works” is will be on view until July 16 at Thinkspace Gallery, and you can view their website for more information.

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Bromfield Gallery July 2016

Monsters Under My Bed

Showcasing at the Bromfield Gallery are artists Hilary Tait Norod, Kate Benson, Adam Hinterlang, and Haley Harris. The show offers a variety of different styles and visuals to capture anyone’s attention with different mediums. For more information on the show, visit Bromfield Gallery‘s site!

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Shepard Fairey’s “Earth Crisis” Series


On the side of the building of 60 rue Jeanne-d’Arc in Paris, France is Shepard Fairey’s latest installation of “Earth Crisis”.  The installation’s revolve around the concept of environmental awareness. Be on the look out for more installments of this series. Photography: Lionel Belluteau

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Illuminaries – Stephen Curry Larger Than Life


  Stephen Curry is undoubtedly one of the most iconic players in NBA history. But, Curry has also been a huge symbol for the Bay area. The Illuminaries, are a street art group that have showed their appreciation for the NBA player, by painting a mural of him. The mural resides in Oakland, CA and can be […]

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Galatea Fine Art – July 2016

Barbara Eskin. The Net Reconfigured/2

July 1-31, 2016 Opening Reception:  July 1, 6-8pm Barbara Eskin: The Net Reconfigured Christina Beecher, Adam Bullock, James Cole, Randa Dubnick, Alison Horvitz, Susan Leskin: Sense of Place Just Be-Cause:   Membership-wide Affordable Art for Charity Barbara Eskin: “My paintings are abstract expressions of personal or collective experiences. One of my aims is to explore hidden dynamics […]

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Hiroshima Sugimoto’s: Black Box

Hiroshima Sugimoto's: Black Box

Exhibiting until September 24, 2016 is work by photographer Hiroshima Sugimoto. The show is titled Black Box and features black and white, traditional style photographs. Sugimoto works with the concepts of life and death, reality, and illusion while applying them to monochromatic pieces. For information and tickets, visit the website of Mapfire Foundation. Source: Hypebeast

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Kamea Hadar: ‘Hapa’ Promoting Racial Equality

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Hawaii has recently collected a new mural by artist Kamea Hadar. The piece is inspired by the word Hapa, meaning “part” or “partial”. The mural is a symbol of the multiple cultures residing in Hawaii and a focus on racial equality. As seen above, the painting features a portrait Barack Obama, with his speech from Philadelphia painted in […]

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Dorchester Art Project

Tim McCool - Ooh, Ooh, Ooh

Friday, June 17th from 6 – 9 PM — Join me at the Dorchester Art Project for the opening of ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (The Shrug Show). This show is examining the cultural presence of the ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ emoticon. The show features artists Chanel Thervil, Nabeela Vega, and Timothy McCool. Unfamiliar with the icon up top? Check out this read by journalist Kyle Chayka for The Awl. […]

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From June 25-July 23 NYCHOS will be exhibiting at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. His new show titled “IKON” will feature some of the artist’s signature style, showing dissected animals, and characters. “IKON” focuses on popular characters like Batman, Darth Vadar, and Barbie to name a few. Check out Jonathan LeVine Gallery for further information!

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de MOCK cracide- (demockcracide)v.1. death of democracy, destruction of government for and by the people 2. Minority rule. 3.Destruction of equality and individual rights< 4.N. Art Show de.MOCK.cracide group art show Sat June 4th at SweeTree Ink 281a Mt Auburn St Watertown. Come see local and national artists respond to the current political climate with […]

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