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Unfoldingobject — The Art of Collage By Todd Bartel
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Collage is a celebration of retrofitted images and materials that together produce a transformation. Unfoldingobject showcases the art of 50 artists selected for the varying ways in which they... More > combine visual imagery to produce collage work that “listens to the picture,” celebrates “the slow read” and encourages viewers to take a second and third look.< Less
Reflections on Genocide By Talin Megherian & Paul Capobianco
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Atrium’s 8th Grade class of 2016, in conjunction with their Social Studies class (Genocide and Human Behavior) and art class (Community and Art), worked on a joint-curriculum, long-term project... More > inspired by their Facing History and Ourselves studies, and their visit to Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives in Watertown. The overall project included research into the Armenian Genocide, the production of a body of paintings created by the students and an exhibition of the overall project at the Armenian Museum of America in Watertown, MA from June 5 to June 30, 2016.< Less
National Association of Women Artists—With Eyes Open By Todd Bartel
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The National Association of Women Artists (NAWA)--originally, the Women’s Art Club--was created over one hundred years ago to provide women with opportunities for their voices to flourish in a... More > cultural atmosphere of inequality. With Eyes Open reflects on the state of women’s voices in the Arts and celebrates NAWA artists.< Less
Jack Massey—Light & Dark By Todd Bartel
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The second exhibition in the Light & Dark series presents a select group of drawings, collages, assemblages and a small-scale installation by Jack Massey (b. 1925, Pittsburgh, PA, professor... More > emeritus at RISD). Light & Dark explores Massey’s interdisciplinary, poetically allusive and often whimsical work, which blends artistic genres, including minimalism, abstraction, trompe l’oeil, objet trové and conceptual art.< Less
Harold Edgerton—Flash Revelations By Todd Bartel
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Picturing the Invisible explores photography as a tool of scientific, personal and social visualization. Flash Revelations, the first of three exhibitions in the series, highlights the celebrated... More > life work of Harold Edgerton. Inventor, engineer, MIT professor, and explorer, Edgerton pioneered the use of high-speed, strobe-photography to arrest movement and capture on film things that were once impossible to see.< Less
Cynthia Atwood—Alphabet of Weapons By Todd Bartel
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Cynthia Atwood—Alphabet of Weapons is the first exhibition in the With Eyes Open series—a series of four exhibitions celebrating New England women artists. Cynthia Atwood’s Alphabet... More > of Weapons is comprised of 26 metaphorical sculptures that explore psychological, emotional, and interpersonal ways that doing harm is socially learned.< Less
Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark By Todd Bartel
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Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark is the first exhibition in a series of three focusing on various interpretations of Light & Dark—naturalism, poetic allusion and hope. The exhibition... More > Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark initiates the series with a 30-year survey of the mid-20th Century Modernist paintings of Charlie Nevad (Perth Amboy, NJ 1921-1990). Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark is both the first retrospective of the artist’s work and the first solo exhibition of his paintings in Massachusetts. Light & Dark provides an overview of the last three decades of Nevad’s artistic production and examines his symbolism and the transformation of his painting technique—from his Impressionist-inspired brushwork to his experimentations with Abstract Expressionism, collage and primitivism.< Less
Raúl Gonzalez—Nowhere Everywhere By Todd Bartel
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The second of three exhibitions in the Nowhere Everywhere exhibition series presents the cultural portraiture of Raúl Gonzalez III. Gonzalez’s exquisite drawings are balanced by a... More > sobering and critical examination of Latin—American issues including the “romance of the west,” Latino stereotypes, and immigration.< Less
China Marks—Nowhere Everywhere By Todd Bartel
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China Marks—Nowhere Everywhere explores social relationships, human conflict and human imperfectability through a 13-year survey of the fantastic and irresistibly irreverent, constructed fabric... More > drawings of China Marks.< Less
Gagik Aroutiunian—Kiss the Ground By Todd Bartel
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Kiss the Ground is a six-part exhibition series that examines and celebrates contemporary Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. The first exhibition in the series... More > showcases the art of Armenian-born, Chicago-based Gagik Aroutiunian, whose art centers on issues of identity, memory and the displacement of family. Works on display include multi-media assemblage sculptures, paintings and video projections. Gage Aroutiunian—Kiss the Ground is the 1st catalog of 7 in the Kiss the Ground publication series.< Less