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#FirstFriday: 7 March 2014

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This #FirstFriday, as always, you can hit up the MFA or the ICA Boston for their First Friday events, or you could head to the South End to the SOWA District art galleries (450 Harrison Street)—open from 5-8pm. SOWA galleries and artists’ studios are FREE and open to the public of all ages. Tonight, be sure to visit new sübSamsøn artist-in-residence Corinne Spencer and stop by the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery to see Brink v1, curated by Lexi Lee Sullivan.

Some of the Big Red & Shiny team will be out on the town tonight. Look out for the #FirstFriday hashtag. Say hello!

Here's a run-down of some of what you can find tonight at the SOWA Galleries:

Sydney Licht
Untitled 2013
oil on board, 12 x 12 inches
On view at Chase Young Gallery

Adelson Galleries Boston
Tyson Andree The Process: Works on Glass

Ars Libri
Paulette Tavormina Botanicals

Boston Sculptors Gallery
Elizabeth Alexander Treacle Well; Andy Moerlein Demise

Bromfield Gallery
David Kinsey In Loving Memory of My Mother, Kathy Wooden Kinsey; Helen Payne Here I Sit, Brokenhearted

Carroll & Sons
Richard Bosman Paintings of Modern Life

Chase Young Gallery
Sydney Licht & Tezh Modarressi

Galatea Fine Art
Arnold Trachtman Portraits; Stephanie Angelo This Land is Your Land; Ed Friedman Streetwhys: A Personal View of Street Photography

sübsamsøn resident Corinne Spencer
Bodies of Plenty: Spoils, 2013
archival inkjet prints, 16 x 20", edition of 12

Khaki Gallery
Convergence Part II

Kingston Gallery
Ann Wessmann Memento; Erica WessmannHunger; Julie S Graham Outskirts

Miller Yezerski Gallery
Christian Haub Floats; William Ciccariello Winter Paintings

Samsøn
Kim Pashko & David Kelley It's so hard to say au revoir, so let's just say hors d'oeuvre; new sübSamsøn resident: Corinne Spencer

Soprafina Gallery
Thaddeus Beal Meantime

Vessels Gallery
New Work Featuring Joan Zagrobelny, Marguerite Delucia Hall and Irina Okula

 

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