3.3 min readBy Published On: June 14th, 2012Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

It’s a happening month! 

 
First save this date, Wednesday, June 20th 7pm, for an incredible evening at Medicine Wheel Productions (110 K Street, 02127) with Todd Lester. 
 
Todd is a champion of helping and protecting journalists and artists of all disciplines around the world and he founded freeDimensional (fD) which works with artist residency programs in over 80 countries to host culture workers in dire situations. He recently assumed the role of Executive Director for Global Arts Corps, an organization that creates theatrical productions to advance the cause of reconciliation across civil, religious, and racial conflicts. 
 More info:  http://mwponline.org/wordpress/?page_id=1543
 
 
At the ICA:
Through July 15th- the work of Charline von Heyl who is “A painter known for her vibrant, insistent, enigmatic paintings and works on paper, Charline von Heyl demonstrates that abstraction is intensely relevant in contemporary art.” Also on view  are Heyl’s collaged based works on paper.
http://www.icaboston.org/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/charline_von_heyl
 
Gallery Round Up!
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Opening this week At LaMontagne Gallery is Everything changes everything. This is North Adams based artist Kim Faler’s first Boston solo show. From the gallery’s website: “In her sculpture, photography and drawing, Faler explores nuances of domestic space within the white cube. She takes objects such as magazines, a chain link fence, a potted plant or a taxidermied bear and re-contextualizes them by shifts in scale and material.” LaMontagne Gallery (555 East Second St., South Boston 02127) 
More info: http://www.lamontagnegallery.com
 
Up till June 23rd at Proof Gallery is a solo show of work by Caitlin Berrigan. The show is entitled Secondary Sex Characteristics.  According to the press release: “Caitlin Berrigan lovingly inscribes the flecks, curls, and tangles of her subjects’ chest and nipple hair. The ink on vellum drawings linger perversely within notions of the secondary, the trivial, and the liminal. Unrelated to procreation—the alleged “primary” function of sex—these “secondary” sex characteristics denote seemingly insignificant difference.” Proof Gallery (516 East Second Street, South Boston 02127)  More info:  http://www.proof-gallery.com/
 
At Medicine Wheel’s Spoke Gallery, you can still see the current exhibition, Then and Now, featuring work by three South African artists Sophia Ainslie, Ilona Anderson, and Paul Stopforth.  The show is up till June 29th.  Spoke Gallery @ Medicine Wheel Productions (110 K Street – 2nd floor, South Boston, MA 02127)  More info: http://mwponline.org/wordpress/?page_id=682 
 
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On view at the FPAC Gallery until July 5th, work From The Compound: Roswell Artists in Residence. Featuring work by Angela Fraleigh, Nathan Craven, Anna Hepler, Wesley Heiss, Shona MacDonald, Jennifer Moses, and Heidi Pollard. This is is an exhibition of seven artists who were on the Roswell Artist in Residency program from 2010-2011.  FPAC Gallery (300 Summer St. M1, 02210) 
Hours & info: http://www.fortpointarts.org/exhibitions/fpac-gallery/
 
Also at 300 Summer street- Up till June 24th at the Accidental Gallery is, Happiness Lives Here: recent works on paper by Elisa H. Hamilton. The Accidental Gallery (300 Summer Street, 1st Floor, Boston MA 02210)
More info: http://www.wgbh.org/wgbharts/Article.cfm?articleID=6400
 
 
Two FPAC sponsored exhibition which both run through August 2012, and are viewable by appointment (email [email protected]):
 
FPAC at 35 Channel Center: FPAC programs the lobby of 35 Channel Center with three exhibitions per year. The current show is s Lisa Greenfield: paintings.
More info on Lisa: http://greenfield-studio.com/home.html
 
 
FPAC at 25 Channel Center: FPAC also  programs the lobby of 25 Channel Center with three exhibitions per year. And that current show is work by  painter Christine Vaillencourt. More info: http://www.christinevaillancourt.com/
 
Above Image:  Work by Elisa H. Hamilton
 
Kathleen Bitetti is a practicing visual artist, a curator/art administrator and a public policy and advocacy expert based in South Boston. www.kathleenbitetti.com