Monday, October 9, 2017

Shelter in Place opens November 3rd

“I know these building exist. I have lived in them.“ Patricia Smith

In Shelter in Place, her fifth solo exhibition at Front Room, Patricia Smith explores the subject of architecture and the psychological and emotional underpinnings of the impulse to build sheltering structures. In the process, she wanders in the foggy interstice between the imagined and the real, the built and the unbuilt.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

xyHt magazine August 2016, Maps as Art feature

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Monday, July 11, 2016

Front Room Gallery is proud to present:

“Summer Sampler, A Front Room Favorite”

Opening Reception, June 10th, 7-9pm
On view through June 10th – August 7th

Amanda Alic, Nancy Baker, Sasha Bezzubov and Jessica Sucher, Thomas Broadbent, Phillip Buehler, Peter Fox, Sean Hemmerle, Amy Hill, Jesse Lambert, Sascha Mallon, Stephen Mallon, Mark Masyga, Melissa Pokorny, Paul Raphaelson, Ross Racine, Ken Ragsdale, Emily Roz, Patricia Smith, Mark Stilwell, Joanne Ungar, Julia Whitney Barnes and Edie Winograde.

"Summer Sampler" offers a selection of works previewing upcoming exhibitions and a review of past shows, with a fresh look at artists' new works. This is a view of Front Room’s favorites and fun way to kick off the Summer.

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Friday, September 18, 2015

The 'Stationsstraat' in Ninove is a street with imposing townhouses, each with a typical front room which was traditionally used as 'the most beautiful room' of the house. Eleven of these rooms, now renovated by the residents to their own taste and furnished with personal curiosa, form the site of the exhibition ‘STATIONSSTR. - NINOVE. Fifteen artists were invited to create a new piece of work that relates to the architectural and private atmosphere of these rooms, and the connection these rooms have with the street. During three weekends, the residents now will open their front rooms to both the artists and public.

C’est quoi déjà le prénom d’Alzheimer ?
une exposition organisée par Peggy Carpentier & Anthony Freestone
Exposition du 5 au 9 septembre 2015
Vernissage le samedi 5 septembre à partir de 15h

Russell Pick, 8 rue Saulpic, Vincennes