by Cassandra Klos
The 7th Edition of The FENCE and the New England Regional Photographers Showcase is on view in SOWA (near the intersection of Albany and Thayer Streets) from March 27 through July 2019.
Please join us for a Walking Tour on June 8 at 2PM. RSVP here.
In addition to The FENCE 2018 national winners, this exhibition will also include a New England Regional Showcase featuring the photographers below, and curated by the New England Region Juror Panel.
New England Region Juror Panel:
Meg Birnbaum: Photography and Educator
Lou Jones: Photographer
Kat Kiernan: Director, Panopticon Gallery and Editor-in-Chief, don't take pictures
Greer Muldowney: Independent Curator
Jessica Roscio: Curator, Danforth Art Museum
Paula Tognarelli: Executive Director, Griffin Museum
Francine Weiss: Senior Curator, Newport Art Museum
The New England juror panel curates the regional showcase exhibition that highlights work by photographers living in New England.
by Jonathan Blaustein
by Stefanie Klavens
by Sarah Malakoff
by Sarah Rice
by Pamela Pecchio
by Michael Joseph
by Marky Kauffmann
by Jill Brody
by Cate Wnek
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AboutAbout The Griffin Museum
Opened in 1992, the Griffin Museum, a 501 (c)(3) public charity, is the embodiment of founder Arthur Griffin’s passion — to promote an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional, and social impact.
Arthur’s goal was to share with visitors his enthusiasm for a medium that is diverse, imaginative and informative. We are committed to continuing to encourage Arthur’s vision through the works we exhibit, the programs we offer, the artists we encourage and through Arthur’s own work which we proudly display.
Today, the Griffin Museum houses three galleries, and 5 satellite galleries dedicated solely to the exhibition of photographic arts.
About GTI Properties
GTI Properties began three decades ago with a focus on developing emerging city neighborhoods. In the early years, GTI founder Mario Nicosia began by acquiring real estate on St. Botolph Street; restoring old brownstones into first-class apartments and helping lead the transformation of this South End neighborhood into one of Boston’s most desirable.
Years later, GTI & Mr. Nicosia turned their attention to the vacant mill buildings on the eastern edge of the South End. This area, now known as SoWa, has become Boston’s epicenter for artists, modern residences, and creative businesses. Today, GTI Properties is now one of Boston’s largest and most respected property management companies, and while we’ve grown and expanded from our humble beginnings, we remain committed to having a positive impact on all of Boston’s communities and residents.