“The gallery’s first major alumni show will be divided into two installments, with the first opening on February 15 and featuring work by Dawn Clements (graduated 1986), Paul Ramirez Jonas (graduated 1987) and Kerry Tribe (graduated 1997). “We wanted each exhibition to have a diversity of media,” says gallery curator Alexis Lowry Murray on the […]
Cate McQuaid 2013 “What’s up at Boston-are art galleries“, Boston Globe, 2 July. Read it here.
Bill Van Siclen 2013 “Displaying the fruits—and vegetables—of her labor“, Providence Journal, 15 June. Read here.
Greg Cook 2013 “After Surviving Marathon, Curator Revisits His Exhibit About War” in WBUR’s The Artery, April 17. Read it here.
Greg Cook 2013 “The Aftermath of Atrocity: Wafaa Bilal and Daniel Heyman at Brown’s Bell Gallery” in The Providence Phoenix, April 16. Read it here.
The Boston Globe‘s Cate McQuaid’s review of Wafaa Bilal’s The Ashes Series. 9 April 2013 Read it here.
East Side Monthly‘s Erin Swanson wrote a lovely preview for Wafaa Bilal’s The Ashes Series that will open at the Bell Gallery on April 3. Read it here.
Jordan Mainser 2013 Art + Twitter = Chinese Democracy, DRA. Read it here.
In his 2012 wrap up, arts critic Greg Cooke included rolemodelplaytime and Jin Shan’s My dad is Li Gang! as standout exhibitions in a year-end wrap-up for the arts scene in Rhode Island. Greg Cooke 2012 “Fantasy, reality, and the in-between: Lasting impressions” The Providence Phoenix, 18 December. Read it here.
Mike Peters 2012 “A Fountain of Creativity” China Daily, December 16. Read it here.