John Guthrie – April 2014

The Big Payback

This solo exhibition will feature new work by Boston-based artist John Guthrie. His work has been exhibited throughout New England and abroad over the last 25 years. We’re excited to share his latest works on canvas, along with 10 process drawings and paintings from his sketchbooks. Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, April 5th from 6-9pm or stop by during gallery hours over the course of the month.

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Shift, 2014, 48″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas

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Bahar Yurukoglu – Wyoming

March 1st-30th, 2014

Bahar Yurukoglu created temporary, site-specific plexiglas installations within the dramatic landscapes of Wyoming while attending an artist residency at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts last year. Inspired by her travels, she began making sculptures using the skulls and bones of animals native to the west.

WyomingBahar’s solo exhibition highlighting photography and sculpture from this body of work opens on Saturday, March 1st (opening reception 6-9pm).

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Bahar received her MFA in Interrelated Media from Massachusetts College of Art & Design in 2011. Her work has been exhibited in Turkey, Iceland, New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Boston. She also has a site-specific installation currently included in the The 2013 deCordova Biennial at the deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum showing through April 20th.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10-6pm, Sunday 12-4pm

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Chromogenic 1.11.14 – 2.22.14

The Hallway Gallery is excited to announce its first solo exhibition of 2014, featuring new work from Boston-based artist Clint Baclawski. Chromogenic, a site-specific installation, features a 30-foot wall photographic light mural stretching the length of the entire gallery.

Opening Reception - Saturday, January 11th 2o14 - 6-9pm

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Chromogenic, 2014 – 7’10″x30’8″, dimensions variable
fluorescent bulbs, archival inkjet backlight film, clear tubes, black plexiglass

This exhibition marks Baclawski’s inaugural installation with his latest body of work, wherein he deconstructs his previous sculptural light box series. Over forty 4-foot fluorescent lights will be installed vertically on a wall of black plexiglass. Each of the cylindrical bulbs is wrapped in a photographic archival inkjet backlight film. When turned on a sliver of the overall image will appear on each of the lights, creating a photographic light mural spanning the length of the gallery.

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Clint Baclawski (b. 1981) grew up in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, and lives and works in Malden, MA. His work combines a technical photographic practice and the playful relationship one can have with the work as an object, the space, and the viewer. His work has been exhibited locally at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston Center for the Arts, Axiom Gallery, and the Alpha Gallery, as well as nationally at the Chelsea Art Museum, New York NY, Snowflake Gallery, St. Louis, MO, San Diego Art Institute, and the Center for Photography at Woodstock. He was most notably published in The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol.2 by the Humble Arts Foundation. He received his MFA from MassArt in 2008 and his BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2003. Baclawski currently works at MassArt and is the Design Director at Big Red & Shiny.

 

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Voyages: Impressions in Printmaking

Quenby Bucklaew - December 2013

Join us for the opening reception on December 5th from 6-9pm.

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Morning Haze - woodcut and chine collé, 11.25″ x 12″

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Voyages: Impressions in Printmaking

Quenby M. Bucklaew is a printmaker currently residing in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. She holds a BFA in illustration from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Quenby continued her printmaking studies in Tucson, Arizona, where she was a member of the Arizona Print Group, before relocating to Boston. Her work has been exhibited in Arizona, Connecticut and Massachusetts, and resides in the permanent collections of Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art in France as well as the Oriahavo Gallery of Art in Bulgaria.

Printmaking enables the artist to engage in progressive experimentation like few other mediums. As such, my work often explores variations on a visual theme in order to capture just the right mood, or to reflect our own changing perspectives. This collection of work is inspired by travel, encompassing both journeys made and places lived. In pursuit of a faithful depiction, however, I never shy from a slightly abstracted treatment if effective in conveying the emotional subtleties. I primarily work with etching and, in recent years, have focused on various non-acid methods, including woodbcut, linocut, collagraph, and solar plate, in some instances combining different matrices to achieve the effect I desire. – Quenby 

Causeway Bay Rush, 2013 -lino, collagraph & gum arabic transfer, 9″x7″

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Over 30 works on exhibit through December 30th.

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What you should know and be able to do

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What you should know and be able to do (text voids), 2013, graphite on paper



Sarah Rushford
October 25 – November 30, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, October 25th — 6-9pm

Artist Reading and Screening: Saturday, November 2nd — 7-9pm
Sarah Rushford will read from her poetry manuscript and several short video works will be screened.

The Hallway Gallery is excited to announce its next solo exhibition featuring the interdisciplinary work of Sarah Rushford. What you should know and be able to do will feature text art, works on paper, video, audio, and sculpture by Boston-based artist, Sarah Rushford.

Sarah earned her BFA from Hartford Art School in 1998 and MA in Media Studies from The New School in 2001. As a multimedia artist she is currently working in writing, video, and collage. She recently completed art and writing residencies at TAKT Kunstprojektraum in Berlin and Art Farm in Nebraska. She has exhibited in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.

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Sifted (jacket) – 2013, 42″x33″ – monoprint with vaseline and flour on paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I make art across diverse media and I use ordinary materials and objects like flour, talcum powder, children’s games, sewing needles, ice, pins, text. The processes performed on these are simple, and remain simple. Dots, lines, letters and rubbings are made, fabric is folded, the camera is fixed, objects are pressed onto paper, holes are poked. The almost over-simple gestures accrue a vulnerable, striking, beauty; a transcendence. My process is impatient, imprecise, inarticulate, playful, and I often feel foolish. When a project comes to fruition, I have a mastery of a strange skill. I am working to articulate this mastery that exists on a continuum with foolishness.

The works are that of noticing and invisibility; they are about the anomaly that the vivid interior self and the living argument of consciousness can be sharp and definite to the individual, yet invisible to the outside, to others, and to science. – Sarah Rushford

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Rooms Down the Hallway – Monday, Sept. 23rd – 8pm

Lovers of words, lend us your ears. Come to the Hallway for an evening of literature and libations. After these two fabulous writers read from their work, stick around to celebrate this trio’s one-year anniversary of hosting the Rooms Down the Hallway series. There will be cake.
Nadine Kenney Johnstone has been published in Pank, The Drum, Chicago magazine, and Hair Trigger, among other publications. She has worked in all aspects of writing: as a literary magazine editor, reporter, fiction contest judge, story performer, and creative writing instructor. She teaches at Framingham State University, Dean College, and Grub Street Inc. She received her MFA from Columbia College Chicago and recently completed her novel, Distance. Currently, she is at work on a memoir about facing death while on her quest to create life through IVF. Find her writing advice at Beyond the Margins, The Review Review, and at Grub Street Daily.
Ivy Pochoda grew up in Brooklyn, New York in a house filled with books. She is the author of the novel The Art of Disappearing, which was published in 2009 by St. Martin’s Press. A former professional squash player, she moonlights as a ghostwriter. She was the 2009 James Merrill House Writer in Residence. She has a BA from Harvard College in English and Classical Greek with a focus on dramatic literature and a MFA from Bennington College in fiction. Ivy lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Justin Nowell.
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Failure – Karl Stevens

September 13th – October 20th

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Join us Friday, September 13th for the opening reception of Karl Stevens’ solo exhibition, featuring original comics and artwork from his new book, FAILURE.  7-10pm

Stevens is an illustrator, graphic novelist, and painter known for his comic strips in the Boston Phoenix, award-winning graphic novels, and various gallery exhibitions over the past decade.

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We’ll be selling all original artwork from the book. A limited number of books will also be available for purchase($21.95). Kudos to Alternative Comics Publishing for making FAILURE such a success!

If you’re not able to attend the opening reception, stop by September 21st/22nd for Jamaica Plain Open Studios.

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 , Sunday 12-4

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Check out a some of the most recent FAILURE book reviews below:

The Washington Post

Comics Grinder

Comic Bastards

The Austin Chronicle

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TROUBLE – Tim McCool

If you missed our short, two week, solo exhibition featuring Tim McCool’s 185 drawings from his new book TROUBLE, no stress! We will continue to sell the book and t-shirts. If there is a specific drawing from the book you would like, please contact us directly and we’ll get you the original…

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All 185 drawings were on display August 31st through September 10th.

McCool received his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University this past spring. He received his BA in Studio Art/Art History from Boston College in 2010.

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Summer 2013 -Reveal

June 20 – August 24

Our 50th exhibition REVEAL will feature new work by Keith Cerone, Lindsey Kocur, AJ Liberto, Katrina Majkut, Leah Medin, Anthony Palocci Jr., Max Syron, and Jason Wallace.

Opening reception: Friday, June 21st. 7-10pm

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CASE STUDY HOUSE #29, 2013
acrylic, acryla-gouache, ink, and collage on paper
12″ x 9″

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Thomas Dahlberg – New Work

Join us on Saturday, May 4th from 6-9pm for a reception celebrating the opening of Thomas Dahlberg’s solo exhibition, along with the 4 year anniversary of The Hallway Gallery.

Thomas was recently accepted into the graduate program at MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art). He has spent the past two years living in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Jamaica Plain in Boston, Massachusetts. We are excited to be exhibiting his latest work and wish him the best in Baltimore.

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Speed Queens, 2012, 36″x48″, acrylic on canvas

“My recent work addresses the places I frequent. With each passing day an inhabited space becomes more difficult to see. We take familiar things for granted and ignore them. My new work is a struggle against this suppression of curiosity. I refuse to grow blind in the face of mundane surroundings. Each painting is a reconstruction, plane for plane, of a space that is vital to me due to the daily ritual of getting by. These are not sites of ideal beauty. They are lived in, functional, and given to entropy. I work and live here and these are my ambivalent representations.” – T. Dahlberg

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Forest Hills, 2013, 36”x60”, acrylic on canvas

If you can’t make it to the opening on Saturday, make sure to stop by for First Thursday on May 2nd from 6-9pm or some time throughout the month. Thomas Dahlberg’s paintings will be on display through June 2nd.

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