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Holliston, MA

Starts Today

Sarah Alexander, Holliston Mill Open Studio, at Holliston Mill, Oct 25 - 26, 2014

I will be a guest artist at this years Open Studio. The Holliston Mill is a funky old shoe factory in Metrowest. There's a fantastic energy in this building full of highly respected artists. There will be wine and craft beer tastings, and music. Always a good time. Come by and say hello, bring me a sandwich, or applesauce, or just say hello! (Read More)

Austin

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Norman Bean, Spicewood Arts Round-Up, at Spicewood, Texas, Oct 25 - 26, 2014

SPICEWOOD ARTS ROUND-UP The Spicewood Arts Society of Central Texas presents the annual Spicewood Arts Round-Up. Saturday & Sunday October 25 & 26, 10 AM to 6 PM. Norman Bean with his Images of Italy and Artistic Endeavors is proud to be accepted as an exhibiting artist under the cool trees in the park like back yard of La Cabana Grill. Over 30 of the finest artists in Texas present their works for exhibit and sale. Painting, Drawing, Photo,... (Read More)

New York

New!

No Greater Fiction, at BOSI Contemporary, Oct 8 - Dec 6, 2014

BOSI Contemporary is pleased to present, No Greater Fiction, a photography based group exhibition featuring the works of Peter Baker, Felix R. Cid, Sarah Muehlbauer, Yorgos Prinos, Manal Abu- Shaheen, Hrvoje Slovenc, and Mónika Sziládi. While disparate in their approaches and processes, what links this group of artists is a shared sense that what passes for everyday public activity in our current society is more bizarre, baffling, and incomprehen... (Read More)

New York

Curtis Carman and John Hanning “Color Dot Connect”, at Mixed Greens Gallery, Sep 11 - Nov 15, 2014

Mixed Greens presents Color Dot Connect, an ambitious, site-specific window installation by John Hanning and Curtis Carman. The artists use popular, nostalgic, and often humorous imagery and materials (such as Pac-Man prints and feather boas) that draw from their personal experiences, showing the overlap and connectivity between their lives as well as their relationship to a broad, universal context. John Hanning’s work has largely been inform... (Read More)

New York

Peter Sacks “Aftermath”, at Robert Miller Gallery, Sep 12 - Nov 1, 2014

Robert Miller presents Aftermath, an exhibition of new works by Peter Sacks. This will be the artist’s first solo show at the gallery. A native of South Africa living in the United States, Peter Sacks creates a large visual narrative, embodying time, space, and human history in his densely textured compositions. His works are made by an intricate process that involves layering media sourced from geographical, historical, and political context... (Read More)

New York

Sharon Harper “Shifting Views”, at Rick Wester Fine Art, Sep 19 - Nov 1, 2014

Rick Wester Fine Art presents, Shifting Views, the gallery’s second exhibition of photographs by Sharon Harper. Featuring selections of recent work, Shifting Views is culled from the artist’s projects since the publication of her monograph From Above and Below (Radius Books, 2012) and her 2013 John S. Guggenheim Fellowship Award in the Creative Arts. The complexity of picturing the night sky and the land beneath it simultaneously by registerin... (Read More)

New York

“Rectangular Squares” Exhibition, at sepiaEYE, Sep 19 - Nov 1, 2014

sepiaEYE presents Rectangular Squares, a group exhibition featuring the work of sixteen artists whose photographic images conjure suggestion out of structure, semblance out of geometry. Photography, despite its seemingly tenacious bond to descriptive reality, is in essence a fiction, a visual improvisation both generated and made tangible by the very borders that define it: the rectangle or the square. Fiction is like a spider’s web, attach... (Read More)

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