MassArt in the News
Edwynn Houk Gallery presents an exhibition of thirteen large-scale photographs by Professor Emeritus Abelardo Morell from his series and book Flowers for Lisa.
Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe reviews "Sheila Pepe: Hot Mess Formalism" at the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. She notes that the work of Sheila Pepe '83 BFA Ceramics is
"morphing, coiling, pendulous installations, often made of neon-colored shoelaces, derby rope, and nautical towline, are also festive and somehow cozy, like your grandma’s afghan gone haywire. The artist, who crochets these things herself, has become the spider. She has entered the shadow, turned the lights on, and found the place hospitable."
DC Moore Gallery in New York hosts a solo exhibition of the latest paintings by alumnus Eric Aho '88 BFA Printmaking. The gallery describes his work as "necessary and regenerative antidote from the chaotic cultural climate we find ourselves immersed in every day." On view through November 10, 2018.
Shelli Paroline '06 BFA Animation and her partner Braden Lab translated their love of comics to a successful collaboration - in business and romance!
To celebrate its 40th birthday, one of the original "designer jeans" brands launches a premium denim range with MassArt alumnus Benjamin Talley Smith '01 BFA Fashion Design at the helm.
WBUR describes alumna Sheila Pepe's mid-career retrospective "Hot Mess Formalism" as "complex" and "mesmerizing" in the 70 pieces that show her early work from MassArt to recent work which appeared at the Phoenix Art Museum in October 2017.
Rain Delisle '10 BFA Fashion Designcan bring dead denim back to life. Her studio Indigo Proof, in Portland, ME helps to revive the memories of your favorite denim clothing.
New York retailer Alter, established by MassArt alumni Tommy Cole and Roy Caires, opened its first LA outpost in Silver Lake, California.