Beneath the Surface: Kathleen Gerdon Archer at Kingston Gallery

In her solo exhibition at Kingston Gallery, Fare Well: The Art of Ending, on view August 30 – October 1, Kathleen Gerdon Archer’s photographic work demonstrated a masterful ability to blend abstraction, process, and place. Gerdon Archer credits the inspiration for these photographs to rock formations left by receding glaciers…


Feeling Feeling at the Distillery

In a self-described “series of dubious choices” and “earnest efforts,” artists Emmy Bright and J.R. Uretsky have populated the Distillery Gallery’s space with vibrantly hued sculptures, colorful sand, and self-effacing text in their show Feeling Feeling. True to its title, the exhibition is a tangle of enervating emotions and self-deprecation.…


Confronting Legacies: Magda Fernández

If you ever have the pleasure of meeting the fascinating Magda Fernández, you will be encapsulated by her engaging ways of storytelling, kindness, and laughter. Her work is brilliant, raw, captivating, hard to watch, and yet very intriguing. Her way of thinking and building narratives is unlike any other artist…


Wild Child: Beverly Semmes

Since the 1990s, Beverly Semmes’s work has been at the forefront of contemporary art. Semmes’s work is situated at the nexus of American feminism, puritanism, and history of sculpture and craft. This work spans across disciplines and cultures, from photography, sculpture, video, and large-scale installation. I first met Semmes two…