Monday, June 28, 2010

"Re/Imaging New York"


QBP 3
July 31-September 6
Opening: July 31, 3-7pm
New York City has long been a rich source of inspiration for artists, but as artists move their homes and studios deeper into the outer boroughs, representations of the City as subject also changes. Years from now, will the soaring train trestles of South Brooklyn and the neon billboard jumble of Queens appear as iconic as the Manhattan skyline?  Featuring Eric March, Jaye Fox, Thor Wickstrom, and other artists to be named.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Summer Schedule

We are pleased to announce the summer schedule for studio21south. Note our Tanglewood Season hours: Sat.; 1-5, Sun., 10am-1pm, most weekdays by appointment or by chance.  Longer hours will be posted for Solid Sound Aug. 13-15, and other MassMoCA events. Please check back or follow our feed & facebook page for more details about each of these exciting shows!


"Common Places" June 26-July 25th:

Local and regional artists engaged in the longstanding artistic tradition of finding visual poetry in the everyday. We are especially pleased to introduce two new gallery artists, Julia Morgan-Leamon and Robert Henri Lafond*.     
Julia Morgan-Leamon, "Play Station"

Opening June 26th, 3-7pm

Bob Lafond, "Field, Luce Road, Williamstown"

*actually, Bob's quite an unpretentious fellow, but we can't resist spelling out his whole name.



"Re/Imaging New York" July 31-September 6
Opening: July 31, 3-7pm

sidewalks 
end.JPGNew York City has long been a rich source of inspiration for artists, but as artists move their homes and studios deeper into the outer boroughs, representations of the City as subject also changes. Years from now, will the soaring train trestles of South Brooklyn and the neon billboard jumble of Queens appear as iconic as the Manhattan skyline?  Featuring Eric March, Jaye Fox, Thor Wickstrom, and other artists to be named later. Berkshire landscapes will also be on view in the rear gallery.



Jaye Fox, "Sidewalk's End"