Emerson Contemporary’s new exhibition tracing a wound through my body is on view at the Media Art Gallery through November 6, and is free and open to the public.
Emilio Rojas: tracing a wound through my body, looks at the concept of “traces,” both in what they leave behind, as well as how they might embody trauma and resilience
Annual MCC grants add to Emerson’s tradition of educational leadership and civic and community engagement.
“It is exciting to see the space be the best it can be,” Emerson Contemporary Director Leonie Bradbury said.
Boston Globe art critic Cate McQuaid recently gave a great review to artist and filmmaker Kerry Tribe’s ‘Onomatopoeia’ multimedia exhibition exploring memory, language, communication, and their inherent limitations.
Tribe’s work synthesizes cinematic, journalistic, and conceptual approaches.
Emerson Contemporary, Emerson College’s platform for visual art, proudly presents Kerry Tribe: Onomatopoeiaeia, a solo exhibition by the renowned Los Angeles-based artist and filmmaker, on view in the Media Art Gallery at 25 Avery Street, from January 26 – March 27, 2022.
I: An Intimate Reflection, is on view at the Media Art Gallery through Sunday, December 12.
Emerson Contemporary, Emerson College’s platform for presenting contemporary visual art, presents a new exhibition “I: An Intimate Reflection,” on view in the Media Art Gallery at 25 Avery Street, through December 12, 2021. The presentation includes a broad range of media by Boston-based emerging artists such as photography, steel sculpture, acrylic painting, digital video, and hand-sewn mixed media installations.
In Present Joys, textural fragments are juxtaposed with symbolic and abstract imagery in video, photography, and 16mm film to explore personal and historical understandings of different native homelands