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Current Exhibition

September 2-27, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, September 4, 2015, 5:30-8:00 pm


IN ALL THREE GALLERIES

Al Miner Selects: All Natural
Kathleen Gerdon Archer, Mary Lang, Greg Lookerse, Christina Pitsch

Greg Lookerse, Two Fish Cut Into Five Thousand Pieces.

Greg Lookerse, photo-documentation of Two Fish Cut Into Five Thousand Pieces, 2015.

Press Release

Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, brings together Kingston artists Kathleen Gerdon Archer, Mary Lang, Greg Lookerse, and Christina Pitsch for this exhibition that spans the entire gallery. Each artist examines humankind's attempts to commune with, control, or contain nature. The exhibition will include a broad representation of media, including photography, sculpture, and performance.

Al Miner is an artist and curator based in Cambridge, MA. He is the Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. As an artist he has exhibited extensively and received awards including the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Young Artist Program Grant and two Artist's Fellowship Awards. Miner holds a MFA from Queens College, CUNY and a post-graduate certificate in museum studies from the George Washington University.

Kathleen Gerdon Archer, Majestic Floods Carrying Minerals

Kathleen Gerdon Archer, Majestic Floods Carrying Minerals, polypropylene print on sintra with Plexiglas, 2015.

Nat Martin, Wayside Tangle #2

Mary Lang, Near Moulton Falls, WA, 2015, archival digital print, 20 x 24 inches, 2015.

Christina Pitsch, Fragments of Love and Desire: Loveletter

Christina Pitsch, Fragments of Love and Desire: Loveletter, Taxidermed deer hoof, ribbon, 2013.


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