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Matt Siegle - Hall of Flowers

Matt Siegle - Hall of Flowers anthony greaney 450 harrison avenue, boston 02118617.482.0055
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Lust for Cassady

By Travis Diehl
When sometimes I'm sitting on the Oakland curbs waiting for the Sheriff's bus while the Zip Tie restraints dig into my wrists and paprika tears dribble out of me in the gray murk of a Bay sunset I see an apparition stroll down the avenue through the loose ranks of riot cops, he slides along the road and up the long coast from San Diego to Seattle, his jeans are torn his hair is long, he is peacenik head to toe I mean his shoes are manufactured tie-dyed, he is like disheveled Liberty but no one follows, his placard spells nonsense and the logos on his clothes are those of nihilism affected.
I want to tell you about Cassady.
When Cassady got his Medical Marijuana Patient ID Card back in summer of '11 he dressed like Kurt Cobain, like Cobain solo …

"Bruce Davidson: Witness" Will Open at Robert Klein Gallery & Ars Libri in February

East 100th Street (Couple Dancing at a Social Club, Harlem, New York), 1966-68

The ROBERT KLEIN GALLERY and ARS LIBRI are pleased to announce a twofold exhibition of photographs by BRUCE DAVIDSON, one of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century. Modern and vintage prints from Davidson's best-known series, including Brooklyn Gang,East 100th Street, and Time of Change, will be shown at both venues simultaneously.
This two-part showcase, Bruce Davidson: Witness, will open with a reception at Ars Libri (500 Harrison Ave) on Friday, February 1, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM as part of the South End's First Fridays. An opening reception with the artist will be held at the Robert Klein Gallery (38 Newbury St) on Saturday, February 9, from 4 to 6 PM.
Davidson first gained notoriety when he was only twenty-five, skillfully observing and photographing a group of teenagers in 1950s New York City. In 1961, Davidson received aGuggenheim Fellowship to document the American Civil Righ…

Spring 2013 Public Programs and Exhibitions - SMFA

Spring 2013 Public Programs and Exhibitions
Jan 30–Mar 12“Histories of Now: A Space for Dialogue, Art and Activism” (Barbara + Steven Grossman Gallery, SMFA) With a focus on current events in Egypt, this exhibition will explore various contemporary movements and their shared struggle for social transformation. The gallery will transform into a site of international and local dialogue with spaces for gatherings, areas for internet research and a media library for readings, creative thinking and questioning.

January Jan 24Visiting Artist lecture: Helge Meyer(B209, SMFA) Jan 28–Feb 12Metals+Glass Area Exhibition(Project Space+ BAG Gallery, SMFA) Jan 28Visiting artist lecture: Andrea Sherrill Evans(A204, SMFA)
February Feb 4Visiting artist lecture:RiaBrodell(A204, SMFA) Feb 5