Light vs. Dark Gallery 263
263 Pearl Street • Cambridge, MA 02139
On View: May 2–June 1, 2019 Reception: Thursday, May 16, 7–9 PM
Gallery 263 is pleased to announce our upcoming national exhibition, Light vs. Dark. This is the inaugural show of our new exhibition series, “vs.,” where each year’s theme integrates two contrasting ideas into one exhibition, juried by Ruth Erickson, the Mannion Family Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
Two-Sides of Self #1
Pigment Prints on Acetate, Steel, Plexiglass, LED lights
10" x 14" x 6"
Celebrate Boston Center for the Arts and the vibrant culture-makers it supports; proceeds from the BCA Ball 2019 directly fund BCA’s innovative residency programs in visual and public art, music, dance and theatre.
A print of Manufactured Autonomy #5 and Boston Athenaeum #0100 will be for sale for $150 each with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the BCA.
Additionally, one of my wall mounted Manufactured Autonomy "books" will be a part of the silent auction.
Top: Manufactured Autonomy, 2017, Steel, Archival Pigment Prints, 3" x 3' x Variable Depth
Left: Manufactured Autonomy #5, 2016, Archival Pigment Print on Canson Infinity RC Gloss, 8" x 12"
Right: Boston Athenaeum #0100, 2018, Archival Pigment Print on Canson Infinity Rag Photographique 210 gsm, 9" x 6"
Upcoming: A Seat at the Table
I was selected to be one of twenty artists for “A Seat At The Table” exhibit taking place at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston, MA. The commission involves building a seat honoring trailblazer Barbara Mikulski (1936 - ) who is the longest serving woman in Congress who actively organized and mentored women in the United States Senate. More details forthcoming, but in the meantime here's a list of the twenty artists and the trailblazers being represented.