Lafayette City Center Passageway Gallery

Space

November 9, 2016–January 15, 2017

1_anne_berry

Anne Berry

2jennifer_shaw1

Jennifer Shaw

3berendina_buist_1

Berendina Buist

4patriciabender2

Patricia Bender

5andrea_greitzer

Andrea Greitzer

6elizabeth_ireland

Elizabeth Ireland

7richard_cohen

Richard Allen Cohen

8bill_chapman

Bill Chapman

9garrrett_baumer

Garrett Baumer

10sarah_malakoff

Sarah Malakoff

11dana_salvo

Dana Salvo

25rick_colson

Rick Colson

12david_gardner_01

David Gardner

13karen__bell

Karen Bell

14jennifer_georgescu1

Jennifer Georgescu

15jennifer_shaw2

Jennifer Shaw

16tytia_habing2

Tytia Habing

17matthew_bender1

Matthew Bender

18robert_collier_beam2

Robert Collier Beam

19justine_bianco1

Justine Bianco

20justine_bianco2

Justine Bianco

SHEETS, BED

Joy Bush

22honey_lazar

Honey Lazar

24patricia_bender1

Patricia Bender

23audrey_gottlieb

Audrey Gottlieb

26jennifer_georgescu2

Jennifer Georgescu

27kat_kiernan

Kat Kiernan

28meg_birnbaum

Meg Birnbaum

29marky_kauffmann

Marky Kauffmann

30amy_friend

Amy Friend

32philip_augustine1

Philip V. Augustine

31philip_augustine2

Philip V. Augustine

chervinsky

John Chervinsky

Frozen River 38

Vicky Stromee

www.susanlapides.com  Susan@susanlapides.com

Susan Lapides

36jennifer_georgescu3

Jennifer Georgescu

37tytia_habing1

Tytia Habing

Star man

Laura Burlton

39joyce_lopez

Joyce P. Lopez

40maija_tammi

Maija Tammi

The Galaxy in the Bedroom

Suzanne Revy

42darin_boville

Darin Boville

43robert_collier_beam1

Robert Collier Beam

44zelda_zinn

Zelda Zinn

45greer_muldowney

Greer Muldowney

Property Line

Matthew Bender

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2jennifer_shaw1 thumbnail
3berendina_buist_1 thumbnail
4patriciabender2 thumbnail
5andrea_greitzer thumbnail
6elizabeth_ireland thumbnail
7richard_cohen thumbnail
8bill_chapman thumbnail
9garrrett_baumer thumbnail
10sarah_malakoff thumbnail
11dana_salvo thumbnail
25rick_colson thumbnail
12david_gardner_01 thumbnail
13karen__bell thumbnail
14jennifer_georgescu1 thumbnail
15jennifer_shaw2 thumbnail
16tytia_habing2 thumbnail
17matthew_bender1 thumbnail
18robert_collier_beam2 thumbnail
19justine_bianco1 thumbnail
20justine_bianco2 thumbnail
SHEETS, BED thumbnail
22honey_lazar thumbnail
24patricia_bender1 thumbnail
23audrey_gottlieb thumbnail
26jennifer_georgescu2 thumbnail
27kat_kiernan thumbnail
28meg_birnbaum thumbnail
29marky_kauffmann thumbnail
30amy_friend thumbnail
32philip_augustine1 thumbnail
31philip_augustine2 thumbnail
chervinsky thumbnail
Frozen River 38 thumbnail
www.susanlapides.com  Susan@susanlapides.com thumbnail
36jennifer_georgescu3 thumbnail
37tytia_habing1 thumbnail
Star man thumbnail
39joyce_lopez thumbnail
40maija_tammi thumbnail
The Galaxy in the Bedroom thumbnail
42darin_boville thumbnail
43robert_collier_beam1 thumbnail
44zelda_zinn thumbnail
45greer_muldowney thumbnail
Property Line thumbnail

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, teeth, parked cars, or the area beyond earth’s air.

Over time and circumstance society has inhabited space in a variety of ways. Early seventeenth century American colonists chose to live closely to each other by a river and in a ring around a common building. In the mid 1800’s the need for more land spurred expansion past the Appalachian Mountains to the western frontiers. City dwellers view space by the dollar per square foot, country dwellers count acres and the property line defines the suburban boundary. The invention of the skyscraper economized space in land-strapped cities, accommodating more people vertically while working and living in the sky.

The artists responded with varied interpretations of the topic. Some chose a geometric response or produced artistic space. Two photographed private moments of reflection. One photographer depicted the air one breathes and others portrayed the outer reaches beyond earth’s atmosphere. All photographs chosen for this exhibit work together in a unified way to form a narrative on the concept of SPACE. The Griffin Museum of Photography is very proud to be able to share the work of these 37 photographers in exhibition.

The artists included are:
Philip V. Augustine, Garrett Baumer, Robert Collier Beam, Karen Bell, Patricia Bender, Matthew Bender, Anne Berry, Justine Bianco, Meg Birnbaum, Darin Boville, Berendina Buist, Laura Burlton, Joy Bush, Bill Chapman, John Chervinsky, Richard Allen Cohen, Rick Colson, Amy Friend, David Gardner, Jennifer Georgescu, Audrey Gottlieb, Andrea Greitzer, Tytia Habing, Elizabeth Ireland, Marky Kauffmann, Kat Kiernan, Susan Lapides, Honey Lazar, Joyce P. Lopez, Sarah Malakoff, Greer Muldowney, Suzanne Revy, Dana Salvo, Jennifer Shaw, Vicky Stromee, Maija Tammi, and Zelda Zinn.

Our thanks to Lafayette City Center and the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District for their support of the Griffin Museum in bringing this exhibit to the public.

Paula Tognarelli


Map and Directions to The Lafayette City Center Passageway Gallery
The hallway links Macy’s with the Hyatt Regency Hotel

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