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June 2019

  Opening reception: June 8, 6-9pm Third Thursday Celebration and Artists’ Talk: June 20, 6-9pm The assigning of celestial bodies a reference to human experience was one of the hallmarks of our evolution. The earliest of us saw their entire worlds captured in the patterns arranged by the stars. There was nothing of chance in […]

May 2019

Carmen Sasso: YOU KNOW IT’S COMING Dan Hofstadter: NEW PAINTINGS May 4-25, 2019 Opening Reception: Saturday May 4, from 6-9 pm Third Thursday Reception: May 16, from 6-9 pm Gallery Hours: Fridays and Saturdays during exhibitions, from 2-6 pm Carmen Sasso and Dan Hofstadter join forces to present works that deal visually with dream, mood, […]

April 2019

CLUTTER and There’s no reason to think… April 6 – 27, 2019 Melissa Shook has long been beset by clutter. Every time she turns around, she’s misplaced what she was working on Since she’s always involved with three to four projects at once, this is a clever tactic devised long ago to trick her unconscious […]

March 2019

An Explosion of Colors New Member Exhibition March 9-30 Atlantic Works Gallery is proud to present its new member exhibition, “An Explosion of Colors,” opening on Saturday, March 9 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET. Please join the artists, Krystle Vermes, Sandrine Colson, Renato Viganego, and Dan Hofstadter for light refreshments and artist talks. […]

February 2019

  Wabi-Sabi at Atlantic Works Gallery FEBRUARY 9 – MARCH 2 , 2019 80 Border Street. Top Floor on the waterfront in East Boston, MA 02128 Parking available  map Opening Reception Saturday, February 9, 6-9 PM Artists Christine Palamidessi and Bo Petran stir the quintessential Japanese aesthetic with their own Italian and Czech sensibilities. What results […]

Christmas Markets Berlin, 2017, Photo Essay by X Bonnie Woods

The German Christmas markets sparkle in the European landscape as places where reality can be suspended and grown-ups can be kids again. Central Berlin alone has 10 Christmas markets, each market with its own personality. They run from late November to early January. There are constants: Twinkling rows of small shops bring crafts and specialty […]