More Than a Riot showcases the work of female and female-identifying artists across all media who are creating art in conversation with the current cultural climate, specifically issues of inequality and feminism. The exhibition highlights contemporary voices confronting bias, injustice, and hate who, through their work, refuse to be silenced. While we have a long way to go in the United States, the work of these artists proves it’s always been more than a riot, it’s a revolution.
More Than a Riot features work from Christina Balch, Thy Doan, Ariel Feiberg, Chanel Thervil, Joanna Tam, Holland Dieringer, Kim Druker Stockwell, Hope Hellberg, Nicole Duennebier, Caitlin Duennebier, Kit Collins, Secret Holiday and more...
The Good Gallery - 10 Summer Street Burnham Caffé @ Arnold Boston, MA 02110
Pushing Painting presents three concurrent exhibitions of new and recent work by painters living and working in New England. While differing in terms of subjects and techniques, the work of Elise Ansel, Nicole Duennebier and Duane Slick all demonstrate the vitality of contemporary painting in New England and the ever-present potential for the painted image to attract, engage and prompt reflection on how we view the world and our place within it.
Curated by: Ian Alden Russell
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8, 2018 5:30pm
Curated by Dina Deitsch, Abigail Newbold, and Sam Toabe. Opening reception Thursday, June 15, 2017, 6:00 - 8:00pm.