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Allston-Skirt says goodbye

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Randi & Beth of Allston-Skirt Gallery sent around the following note today. I thought it was a nice goodbye:

Dear Friends,

We’re writing to let you know that after nine wonderful years running Allston Skirt Gallery, Beth and I are going to be closing our doors after this season; our current pair of exhibitions, which come to an end on May 17th, will be our last. Our most heartfelt appreciation goes out to all of our artists, our collectors, our colleagues, visitors and friends - we thank you ALL for your amazing support, enthusiasm, warmth, and most of all, for your continuing willingness to take a look — you have encouraged us in what can be a very challenging enterprise, and it’s been an amazing experience.

Throughout June, we will be hanging selected work from past shows in the front gallery, and we hope that you will drop in and revisit some old favorites, and also come say hello/goodbye — we both feel that we’ve made so many new friends, learned so many new things, had so many wild adventures with you all over the years, we just want to say, again, THANKS.

Best,

Randi & Beth

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Matthew Nash is the founder of Big Red & Shiny. He is Associate Professor of Photography and New Media at the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and was the 2011-12 Chair of the University Faculty Assembly. Nash is half of the artist collaborative Harvey Loves Harvey, who are currently represented by Gallery Kayafas in Boston and have exhibited in numerous venues since 1992.

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