ART 100 BOSTON Presents an Exhibition Featuring Original Works of Contemporary Art All Works for $100/Artists Support Breast Cancer Foundation
BOSTON, MA – ART 100 BOSTON 2015 presents its second annual art exhibition featuring more than 400 original works of art by 65 artists from December 4 – 19, 2015 at the Piano Craft Gallery located at 793 Tremont Street in Boston. The exhibition will include paintings, photographs, sculptures, limited edition prints, collages and mixed media constructions created by established and emerging artists in the New England area. The exhibition commences with a reception on Friday, December 4 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
ART 100 BOSTON brings together an unprecedented and highly diverse gathering of contemporary artists whose pieces can be affordably acquired by a wide audience of art lovers,” says Pares Mallis, ART 100 BOSTON founder, curator and organizer.
Each artist will display six to ten pieces created especially for the exhibition, which encourages artists to display independent ideas. The exhibition is a platform for art lovers to buy art for $100. “It is very exciting to be part of a diverse artistic community where both artists and collectors interact with vibrancy while celebrating art work,” says Mike Roche, an established sculptor and exhibition participant.
ART 100 BOSTON will make a donation toward the breast cancer foundation, Susan G. Komen Massachusetts, an organization dedicated to reducing breast cancer by funding education, screening, and treatment programs in order to find a cure for breast cancer.
Guest photography curator is Hakim Raquib, a renowned photographer for more than 30 years who has exhibited worldwide in both private and public collections. Raquib is a member of the Artist-in-Residence Program at Northeastern University, and is an adjunct professor in the Department of African American Studies.
The ART 100 BOSTON exhibition will be open daily, except for Mondays, from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Piano Craft Gallery, a historic Boston landmark which offers thought-provoking and an engaging exhibition. ART 100 BOSTON is open to the public. There is no admission fee. For more information about the exhibition and the Piano Craft Gallery visit ART100Boston.com or pianocraftgallery.org, on Facebook/ART100Boston, or call 617.595.5638.
ART 100 BOSTON was established in 2014 by Pares Mallis, artist, arts administrator and curator of 31 years working in both the United States and Greece. Karen Ann Levy, cinematic production artist, joins ART 100 BOSTON this year as co-curator and organizer.
ART 100 BOSTON encourages the display, sale and collection of affordable art and supports the relationship between artists and collectors.
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