The Future is Many Colors November 27 – December 31, 2020
Primary, secondary, tertiary; Analogous, complementary; Warm, cool; High key, low key; Emotional, detached; Beauty, anxiety; Natural, artificial; Brilliant, muted; Loud, quiet; Daring, meek; Expansive, confining; Transparent, opaque, nuanced, bold; Universal, idiosyncratic, symbolic, spiritual, experimental, personal, societal, political and historically informed. This exhibition expresses the hopes and fears that influence individual perceptions, projections with an emphasis on a chromatic future.
Curators: Philip Gerstein and Marsha Nouritza Odabashian
Darkness Before Dawn October 17-31, 2020
Life’s ups and downs sway from despair to rays of hope. Another tomorrow brings fresh eyes, new endeavors; it is often darkest before dawn.
AC 5 September 1-30, 2020, Harrison Ave, Suite C6, Boston, MA 02118
Sponsored by ArtScope Magazine
Five artists explore their five senses to create moments delivered through time—historical moments, ours or others’ epic stories, along with hands-on experiments exploring the mystery of the mind and body. Andrew Harvey may have said it best: “If you’re really listening, if you’re awake to the poignant beauty of the world, your heart breaks regularly. In fact, your heart is made to break; its purpose is to burst open again and again so that it can hold evermore wonders.” AC 5 is mysterious, unsee—it is a force of nature, a master of the dark and light and all in-between. Explore this group exhibition of 2D works that give you a glimpse into the artists’ minds—their desires and cravings.