Charlie Smith, “Making/Unmaking” at GRIN

The final night in my trilogy of gallery adventures brought me back to GRIN for the opening reception of Making/Unmaking from Brooklyn based artist Charlie Smith. This event doubled as a MassArt reunion so the gallery was filled with a combination of alumni and community members. Unlike the majority of receptions one attends, the artist gave a short talk elaborating Continue Reading →

“tttrip” at GRIN

I may have written about the Yellow Peril opening last week, but before I attended that reception, I visited GRIN which resides just next door. Located at The Plant in Olneyville, GRIN is a contemporary art gallery that promotes artist development. I had been into the space before sometime last year when I was operating in “gallery ghost” mode, ducking Continue Reading →