Mills Gallery Past Exhibitions
William Cordova: This One's 4u PDF Print E-mail
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For his first solo exhibition in Boston, William Cordova (b. 1971, Lima, Peru) brings together new and recent works in sculpture, installation, video and works on paper by the Miami/New York-based artist, unmasking and remixing seemingly disparate and repressed histories through thoughtful and subtle juxtapositions of familiar detritus.

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Notes on the Species PDF Print E-mail

The BCA celebrates the visual artists working on campus with an annual exhibition. Notes on the Species explodes the notion of portraiture across varied media. The exhibit showcases the diverse practice and dynamic output of the BCA's studio artists, including... Silvia López Chávez's large-scale emotional portraits of her niece (above), Jim Cambronne's tightly coded paintings, a cut of Alice Stone's upcoming documentary on the trials of interracial adoption, works by performance and multi-media artist Caitlin Berrigan and new work created specifically for the exhibition by David Reichert.

Curated by Kara Braciale

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Close Distance PDF Print E-mail

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Close Distance features six emerging Boston area Latino artists practicing across diverse media and national borders. Their painting, assemblage, video, film, performance and installations borrow from art history, pop culture and imagery spanning the Americas.

Curated by Liz Munsell

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THIS MUST BE THE PLACE | Main Gallery

A show about process, practice and proposals. A snapshot of artists’ ongoing thoughts, ideas and references. This exhibit explores their fears, influences, failures, experimentations, sketches and curiosity.

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Opening Reception, 21+ | Saturday, September 17 | 4-7pm with music by blk.adonis

The Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series inspires, celebrates and gives new visibility to a diverse group of today’s up and comers. Artists were selected by a national jury and BCA staff, and will be on view for two weeks in the Mills Gallery.

 
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