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October 2018

Surface Consumption Exhibition Reception

October 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Join Gallery 263 for the reception of Surface Consumption! Gallery 263 is proud to present our most recent Exhibition Proposal Series exhibition, Surface Consumption by Lisa Kellner. Kellner’s work explores the conditions of space while considering the superficial layer and what lies beyond it. The paintings on display in this exhibition present the surface for what it is, a dubious facade wrought with hidden layers. The included sculptural work removes the painted “canvas” from the stretcher bars and places it…

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November 2018

Free Form Exhibition Opens

November 28, 2018
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 is excited to host another juried exhibition organized by BLAA again this year, after the successful show trans/draw in 2016. The upcoming exhibition, Free Form is juried by Gallery 263 board president Ben S Wallace. Free Form will be open from November 28 - December 15, 2018

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Opening Reception: Free From

November 30, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Join us for the opening reception of Free Form, a juried exhibition organized with the Boston LGBTIA+ Alliance. Opening reception will be from 7-9PM.

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December 2018

Free From Closing Event & Exhibition Closes

December 15, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Free Form Closing Event: Performance* and Poetry with Xray Aims and Ming Li Wu Saturday, December 15th, from 5:00PM–8:00PM 5:00PM–8:00PM: Art up 6:00PM: Poetry 6:30PM–8:00PM: Performance *The performance may show some blood; the audience may find this challenging. Gallery 263 is excited to host another juried exhibition organized by BLAA again this year, after the successful show trans/draw in 2016. The upcoming exhibition, Free Form is juried by Gallery 263 board president Ben S Wallace. Free Form will be open from November…

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2nd Annual Student Artist Members’ Exhibition Opens

December 19, 2018
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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On View: December 19, 2018–January 5, 2019 Reception: Friday, January 4, 2019, 7:00PM–9:00PM Gallery 263 is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Student Artist Members' Exhibition. This showcase highlights emerging artists working in a variety of media including painting, drawing, video, sculpture, and installation. It serves as an introduction to the gallery’s Student Artist Membership Program and celebrates the innovative work of future art stars of New England. Featured Artists Ali Keller, Sophy Tuttle, B. Chehayeb, Cal Ridley, Sarah Brophy,…

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January 2019

2nd Annual Student Artist Members’ Exhibition Reception

January 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Join us for the 2nd Annual Student Artist Members' Exhibition reception on January 4, 2019, from 7:00PM–9:00PM! On View: December 19, 2018–January 5, 2019 Gallery 263 is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Student Artist Members' Exhibition. This showcase highlights emerging artists working in a variety of media including painting, drawing, video, sculpture, and installation. It serves as an introduction to the gallery’s Student Artist Membership Program and celebrates the innovative work of future art stars of New England. Featured…

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2nd Annual Student Artist Members’ Exhibition Closes

January 5
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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On View: December 19, 2018–January 5, 2019 Reception: Friday, January 4, 2019, 7:00PM–9:00PM Gallery 263 is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Student Artist Members' Exhibition. This showcase highlights emerging artists working in a variety of media including painting, drawing, video, sculpture, and installation. It serves as an introduction to Gallery 263’s Student Artist Membership Program and celebrates the innovative work of future art stars of New England. Featured Artists Ali Keller, Sophy Tuttle, B. Chehayeb, Cal Ridley, Sarah Brophy,…

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Submission Deadline: Exhibition Proposal Series

January 6
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Through our Exhibition Proposal Series (formally Curatorial Proposal Series) artists and curators of all experience levels have the opportunity to collaborate with Gallery 263 staff to organize and present polished, self-curated exhibitions in our 700 sq/ft storefront gallery. This series is Gallery 263’s main exhibition program, amounting to three shows annually, and is the only way to be considered for a proposed group or solo exhibition. We are currently accepting applications for our Spring 2019 EPS exhibition. Exhibition Dates: Mid…

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“Ghost Lands: Pictures in Silver” Exhibition Opens

January 10
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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A solo exhibition by William Van Beckum On View: January 10–February 9, 2019 Reception: Friday, January 25, from 7:00–9:00PM In Ghost Lands: Pictures in Silver, artist William Van Beckum recreates landscape images from past and present using a combination of modern and antique photographic techniques to challenge the idea that photography may have a role in the protection of public lands. Learn more about the exhibition here.

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Submission Deadline: “Do You Remember?” Juried Show

January 20
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Memory is a fickle thing, acting like a tape recorder that wears down and degrades with each playback. Entire decades can be painted with broad strokes, or a single moment captured with seemingly perfect detail in the mind’s eye. A photograph, painting, or even an object can take us back to places we forgot. Without this material culture, entire histories, and the people’s lives within them can disappear. How do we as artists interact with memory in our work? Gallery…

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