David Namhon Kim, “Husk” at Yellow Peril

David Namhon Kim‘s sculptures and installation are currently on display at Yellow Peril Gallery, but you shouldn’t think that one visit will suffice for the experience that it entails. I’ll be posting more pictures with a follow up text probably next week, but if you can only visit once, I’ve been told that in week three, “Proliferation” will be at Continue Reading →

MASS MoCA: Part II

In continuation of my trip to MASS MoCA… Moving towards the back of the museum we encountered Lee Boroson’s Plastic Fantastic, which for me was a jaw dropping encounter when we first saw the huge installation Moisture Content. It was if we entered a white, undersea kelp forest or school of jellyfish. One could wander throughout the installation, immersed in Continue Reading →

MASS MoCA: Part I

While I love spur of the moment museum and gallery trips, some require a bit more planning and a visit to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) is definitely one that entails some strategy. I’m glad to say that I had the company of the gallerists of GRIN on this my maiden voyage to MASS MoCA. Located a Continue Reading →

“Layered” at Candita Clayton Gallery

I happily made my first excursion of the season to the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers’ Market on Saturday! I have witnessed the evolution of this market over the course of three seasons and it never ceases to amaze me! While I will detail the wonders of this fantastic urban marketplace at another time, I will share with you the work that Continue Reading →

“Mile High, Red Hot” at Yellow Peril

Last week at Yellow Peril Gallery, GarcĂ­a Sinclair and Nafis White opened their exhibition Mile High, Red Hot. If you’ve seen the promotional card for Mile High, Red Hot, it does NOT prepare you for the plentiful, confectionery free for all it entails. Amidst the exhibition of prints, digital, and mixed media is the Confiserie, an installation laden with an Continue Reading →