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LGBTQIA Artist Alliance Presents Scidentity

On May 2nd, from 6 - 8 PM, the Boston LGBTQIA Artist Alliance will be having an opening for their newest exhibition "Scidentity." It will be at their gallery, located at 571 Columbus Ave in Boston (right near the Mass Ave stop on the orange line). Scidentity is an exploration of 21st century science and technological advances in relation to developing identity politics. Works touch upon topics of how we use either/both science and technology to alter and change or express the way that we as humans perceive identity. Participants are either/both visual artists, scientists, and other practitioners in technology creating a cross dialog in both art and science.   Participating Artists:   Kevin Barton   Corey Dunlap   Steven Godanis   Rohan Manohar   Rebecca Potter   Allison Maria Rodriguez 
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ArtWeek Boston! April 25-May 4

ArtWeek Boston is an initiative of the Citi Performing Arts Center, whose mission is to be a champion for nonprofit innovation in Boston and provide arts and entertainment to the greater community. ArtWeek Boston is a biannual celebration of the arts and allows arts patrons of all kinds to have a unique curated experience. ArtWeek events are unique in that they tie directly to the community in which they are happening. The concept of creative-placemaking is the basis for the mission of ArtWeek Boston’s nationally recognized funder, ArtPlace America. Spring ArtWeek will be April 25-May 4, 2014. For more information on events, click here. For more information on how to submit an event for ArtWeek, click here.

Parisian-Based YellowKorner Photography Gallery Introduces the Art of Paris at Society on High as Part of Boston ArtWeek 2014

Burlington, MA (April 22, 2014) - As part of Boston ArtWeek 2014, Parisian-based YellowKorner gallery is inviting the artistic community to a delectable tasting of its internationally acclaimed practice of “democratizing” exquisite photographic art, paired with a masterpiece of its native cuisine at Society on High in the Financial District on Tuesday, April 29th beginning at 7pm. French-born urban landscape extraordinaire, Franck Bohbot, will be featuring his exclusive YellowKorner collection shot at monumental architectural structures throughout France and will conduct a Q&A, as well as an education on the intricacies of producing the highest art form of urban landscape photography. Society on High owner and renowned French restaurateur, Ian Just, has composed a mouthwatering French Prix Fixe menu for only $25 as YellowKorner introduces guests to a member of its meticulously selected artist roster. Since opening its very first Massachusetts location in the Burlington Mall …

YellowKorner Gallery Captures Sweet Dreams of Surreal Photography Created by Alastair Magnaldo

Surreal Photography by Alastair Magnaldo   
Parisian-Based Gallery Making Exquisite Works Increasingly Attainable to the Public Holds Artist Feature at Burlington Location on Saturday, April 19th at 4pm Burlington, MA (April 7, 2014) 
YellowKorner Photography Gallery is capturing the imaginations of Boston-area art lovers and is imprinting surreal photographic memories with a feature on one of its world-renowned artists, Alastair Magnaldo. The Parisian-based gallery is holding an artist feature on Saturday, April, 19th beginning at 4pm showcasing Magnaldo’s dream inspired collection as it continues to introduce its internationally acclaimed practice of “democratizing” the world’s finest photographic art to the Greater Boston area. YellowKorner currently holds 80 galleries worldwide with its recently opened Burlington location being the very first in Massachusetts. 
 Magnaldo’s exclusive YellowKorner collection invites its artistic audience on a return to childhood by utilizing surrea…

“Evelyn Rydz: Forever Yours” Brings New Work by Massachusetts Artist to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

(April 1, 2014) BOSTON, MA—A fixture of Boston’s vibrant local artists’ community, Evelyn Rydz (b. 1979) is known for exploring America’s coasts and carefully observing the remnants of modern life that wash up on the shoreline. An alumna of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA), Rydz was awarded the School’s prestigious Traveling Fellowship in 2012, which brought her to Hawaii, where she was struck by the foreignness of the landscape of Kamilo Beach––an area covered by an accumulation of garbage from the world’s oceans. She created new works, including drawings and photographs, for the upcoming exhibition, “Evelyn Rydz: Forever Yours,” on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), from April 19–September 14, 2014 in the Eunice and Julian Cohen Galleria. Her works depict colorful plastic particles that drifted from dumping sites around the world to occupy 90 percent of the beach’s shoreline––reaching depths of up to 10 feet. Rydz traversed unpaved roads to reach the …