Featuring work by: Caroline Bagenal, Suzy Evans, Pat Falco, Carol Greenwood, Geoff Hargadon, Colleen Kiely, Masako Kamiya, Annette Lemieux, Robert Moeller, Andrew Neumann, Anthony Palocci Jr., Kristine Roan, Sandrine Schaefer...
Refreshments will be served...
Calico will be exhibiting in this year’s Fountain Art Fair, March 8-10. Come celebrate the 100th anniversary of the revolutionary Armory Show at the original 1913 show location, the 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Ave & 25th St, NYC.More info at www.fountainartfair.com
Our exhibiting artists include: Thomas Buildmore, Kenji Nakayama, Darkcloud, Amanda Browder, Morgan Thomas, Martin Esteves, Pat Falco, Charles Wilkin, Robert daVies, Allison Maletz, and OMG Webcats
A SENTIMENTAL GESTURE
Artwork by Pat Falco
Reception: Saturday, January 19th, 2013 - 6:00 to 9:00PM
On Exhibition Through: February 24th, 2013
Gallery Hours: Sunday 12:00 to 5:00PM or by appointment
Thomas Young Studio is proud to present the first solo exhibition of Boston based artist, rapper and curator Pat Falco. A Sentimental Gesture features over 100 new drawings, photos, and paintings by Falco, the self proclaimed "Master of Light and Shadow" and heralded by many of today's finest art critics as "Who?"
Since graduating from Massachusetts College of Art & Design in 2010, Pat has been an active member of the Boston Arts Community - starting and running Lincoln Arts Project in Waltham and as the Associate Director of The Distillery Gallery in South Boston. This will be the first exhibit at Thomas Young Studio, a new alternative space dedicated to supporting the growing Boston Art scene.
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I have some work featured in the upcoming "Space Mission" exhibition at 119 Gallery in lowell. It's an exhibition honoring collaborative spaces and the artists who continue to inhabit them. It’s a way to pay tribute to what they do and how they continue to further grow art and community in Massachusetts.