Category Archives: Galleries

Found Spaces Found in Collection

Introduction for “Found Spaces” in Atelier Gallery Found in Collection Contemporary Photography from the Danforth Art Museum Permanent Collection Less than a decade after the public announcement of photography, William Henry Fox Talbot issued the first commercially published book illustrated … Continue reading

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Painting and Photography Found in Collection

Introduction for “Painting and Photography” in the Griffin Gallery Painting and the Dawn of Photography Interpretations of the landscape were a significant focus of nineteenth-century American art, and reports from geological surveys across the Western territories drove the need for … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 2016 Exhibition

For the fourth year, The Griffin Museum has invited all of its current members to exhibit in the Winter Solstice Exhibition. From across the world, artists entered one piece to be on display for December 2016. Over 140 photographs are … Continue reading

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NEPR 2016 Exhibition

Roger Archibald, Ben Arnon, Bill Betcher, John Bunzick, Christopher Chadbourne, Bill Clark, Cattie Coyle, Margo Cooper, Joe Greene, Beth Hankes, Cynthia Johnston, Greg Jundanian, Uday Khambadkone, Lee Kilpatrick, Eliot Schildkrout, Andy Schirmer, Jean Schnell, Dianne Schaefer, Ellen Slotnick, Cindy Weisbart, … Continue reading

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Space

Curator’s Statement Space is a multilayered word. It can be an action, feeling, a state of mind or an area with potential. It can be occupied or rented. Space can also be a void. It is the gap between words, … Continue reading

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OPTICAL SHARDS Photographs by Donna Tramontozzi

During the rush of everyday life, one forgets about the visual beauty that light creates. Donna Tramontozzi’s photographs are a representation of those moments that disappear. Optical Shards by Donna Tramontozzi, is featured in the Griffin Museum’s Atelier Gallery at … Continue reading

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Zindagi Manjari Sharma, Priya Kambli, Dan Eckstein. Quintavius Oliver and Raj Mayukh Dam.

On October 6, 2016, the Griffin Museum opens with “Zindagi,” which in its essence is shown under the overarching idea of a celebration of daily life in India and its legacy. The exhibit will feature solo exhibits and 3 videos … Continue reading

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Sara Levinson “The Eyes Are Windows To The Soul”

My interest in photography began and quickly turned into life long passion some thirty years ago. I got my first camera while stay-at-home-mom. I loved roaming the streets, camera in hand, while the kids were in school. I was fortunate … Continue reading

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The Bindi Collection Morning Poetry Julie Williams-Krishnan

“Kalacharam” means “culture” in the south Indian language Tamil. Under this primary theme, Julie Williams-Krishnan presents three exhibitions: “The Third Eye,” “The Bindi Collection,” and “Morning Poetry.” Williams-Krishnan’s series, “The Bindi Collection” and “Morning Poetry,” are featured in the Griffin … Continue reading

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The Third Eye Julie WIlliams-Krishnan

“Kalacharam” means “culture” in the south Indian language Tamil. Under this primary theme, Julie Williams-Krishnan presents three exhibitions: “The Third Eye,” “The Bindi Collection,” and “Morning Poetry.” Williams-Krishnan’s series, “The Bindi Collection” and “Morning Poetry,” are featured in the Griffin … Continue reading

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