Current: Kenji Nakayama & Pat Falco
11.10.17 – 1.5.18
Reception: 11.29.17, 6-8pm
Like many artists, Kenji Nakayama and Pat Falco treat their shared studio as a site for creation and display. The two have worked in the same space for the past three years in the Distillery building in South Boston. Unlike a cleanly arranged white cube gallery, they have created an environment that speaks to the varied contexts of their artistic processes. Their finished artworks and works in progress hang side-by-side with pieces they’ve collected from their peers, and throughout the space are readily available conceptual and material sources: from paint cans to exhibition catalogs, political posters to Easter ornaments, saws to surfboards.
Current will take form as an evolving installation, bringing elements from the artists’ studio into the gallery to create a site for active artistic production and presentation. Modeled after their shared space, they will set up work stations to make art, adding to the display throughout the exhibition. Students of the UMass Boston Art Department, as well as visiting artists, will be invited to participate in making and displaying new work in the gallery. Current is organized in collaboration with the artists, Kate Ostreicher, and Sam Toabe.
For more information, or to schedule a private viewing, email us at UHGallery@umb.edu.
Hours: Monday through Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. and by appointment
University Hall Gallery is located on the first floor of University Hall, in Room 1220.
University Dr. N, Boston, MA 02125
with Tory Bullock, Robin Banks, and Lucca Townsend
September 29th - October 27th, 2017
Opening Reception 6-9pm, September 29th, 2017
OPEN Gallery | 201 South St, Boston, MA 02111
OPEN Gallery is pleased to host Pat Falco's Luxury Waters, the artist’s second retail intervention in Boston. Known for political satire and a folk Boston aesthetic, Falco brings his critique to housing justice with a collection of plans, processes, research material, and marketing objects for a 62-story luxury triple-decker rising from the Fort Point Channel waters in Boston’s Innovation District.
As Tech commodifies labor at an increasing rate, automating the segregation of rich and poor and concentrating wealth in our cities, the way we build and regulate housing matters. Luxury Waters questions who gets to live in our cities of wealth.
In Luxury Waters, Falco has developed a series of works which juxtapose the abundance of “market rate” housing against the social injustices on which it is built. Falco’s drawings, sculpture, and installations tell the story of a design process forged in the image of a society obsessed with deregulation, automation, and unhinged growth.
Luxury Waters recontextualizes the processes of luxury housing production into a cartoon space that speculates on the outcomes of real estate development ideology. The appropriation of working class design, the construction of housing at sea level without consideration of climate change, the isolationism of tech housing on commuter corridors, and the blatant manipulation of inclusionary housing regulations, all point to the bleak conclusion that Falco considers in this installation.
By separating the language of development from any specific building, Falco creates a rhetorical space for reflection that challenges the narratives embedded in our built environment. This interruption of the future cities discourse shines a light on the invisible hand of housing development.
JUST NOT BREAK, Pat Falco
1/11 – 3/12/2017
Reception: 3/9/2017, 6 – 8PM
Boston-based artist Pat Falco creates text-based works that reside in the intersection of personal and political poignancy and the playful mundanities of everyday life. Falco’s work offers an authentic examination of the human experience through drawings and paintings that are both tender and sardonic, excavating devastating and hilarious truths about the U.S. political climate, historical events, the art world, love and loss.
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Boston Campaign Headquarters Closing
Faneuil Hall, 4 South Market Building
Tuesday November 8, 8-9:30 PM
Despite our best efforts it seems the election is still happening this year. Please join us as we pack things up and say goodbye to our failed campaign.
Followed by a wandering protest/parade and then an election night viewing party with our friends at State Park (One Kendall Square, Cambridge)
Boston Campaign Headquarters
Faneuil Hall, 4 South Market Building
Boston , MA 02109
Opening Reception: June 14, 6-8 PM
Open Everyday 12-6 (Enter Through 1630 Next Door)
June 14 - August 31
Installation at ILLUMINUS Boston
Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts
April 17th and 18th, 2015
Curated by Robert Moeller
Free, Public Opening Reception: Friday, April 17, 6-9pm
Yeah, You Missed It! And perhaps, that’s the point. You missed it. This exhibition continues to explore the very temporary placement of art in both traditional and nontraditional venues. The show, part of an ongoing series, features a rotating group of both artists and curators, organized by Robert Moeller, who work together to program very brief pop-up exhibitions. These can range from informal backyard events to the embedding of new work into an existing art collection in someone’s home for an evening. This exhibition at the Mills Gallery, lasting only two days, has in its title the most likely response to questions about its brief existence: Yeah, you missed it!
Yeah, You Missed It!
And perhaps, that’s the point. You missed it. This exhibition continues to explore the very temporary placement of art in both traditional and nontraditional venues. The show, part of an ongoing series, features a rotating group of both artists and curators, organized by Robert Moeller, who work together to program very brief pop-up exhibitions. These can range from informal backyard events to the embedding of new work into an existing art collection in someone’s home for an evening. This exhibition at the Mills Gallery, lasting only two days, has in its title the most likely response to questions about its brief existence: Yeah, you missed it!
With work by: liselot van der heijden, kristine roan, a.b miner, julia parker, franklin evans, raul gonzalez, maggie jensen, caroline bagenal, dead art star, pat falco, antoniadis & stone, maria molteni, frank egloff, genesis baez, dave ortega, geoff hargadon, andrea sherrill evans, sarah krizon, j.r. uretsky, carlos jimenez cahua, anthony palocci jr., nick schietromo, elaine bay. Plus: ¡Té Lo Perdiste! An individual and overlapping durational performance program curated by anabel vázquez rodríguez featuring work by benjamin lundberg, dey hernández vázquez, ian deleón, shey rivera ríos. And: A Table: Get organized, Get saved! Presented by: nia evans, Boston NAACP, lissy romanow, Neighbor to Neighbor, and priscilla flint representing the Black Economic Justice Institute. Special thanks to Randi Hopkins and the entire staff of The Mills Gallery and the Boston Center for the Arts for their support. Curated by: Robert Moeller
I'm excited to be participating in Lot F Gallery's pop-up gallery this December during ArtBasel & the surrounding art craziness.
From Lot F;
"Lot F Gallery is going down south, and setting up temporary shop in Miami this December during Art Basel. From Wednesday12/3 to Sunday 12/7 the Boston-based gallery will be exhibiting works from a selection of artists. A two-story, space on Wynwood’s 5th Ave will be converted to accommodate the exhibit. Lot F Miami will be open to the public each day, and have an opening reception on Thursday, December 5th starting at 6 pm.
Located at 2324 NW 5th Avenue, between 23rd and 24th in Wynwood, the gallery is adjacent to the Mana Complex and the food trucks. The public is welcome to experience the exhibition Wednesday, December 3rd to Saturday, December 6th from 11 am to 9 pm and Sunday, December 7th from 12 to 4 pm."
Artwork by Pat Falco
October 16 - November 15, 2014
Reception: Saturday, October 18, 5-9 PM
Event Page: HERE
60 Valley Street
Providence, RI 02909
If you’d like more information about this exhibition, or to schedule an interview with the artists, please contact Lindsey Stapleton or Corey Oberlander at 401-272-0796 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anthony Palocci Jr.
Damien Hoar de Galvan
ADJ Art & Framing