PEM presents the first retrospective of celebrated American photographer Olivia Parker

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Order of Imagination: The Photographs of Olivia Parker On view July 13 through November 11, 2019 SALEM, MA – For more than 40 years, Olivia Parker (b. 1941) has used photography to explore the relationships between vision, knowledge, and the natural world. From deceptively simple still lifes that transform the commonplace to her most recent work exploring [….]

Jess T. Dugan’s “Every Breath We Drew” at Montserrat Gallery

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By Joey Phoenix When an artist chooses to point her camera at a person, a conversation begins. The conversation isn’t just about how photographic technique and the effect of light captures appearance but instead encapsulates the perspective of the photographer and the reality of the human being who is being photographed. Sometimes that conversation is [….]

Three Krampus Characters in Art Gallery

Equilibrio: Art, Science, and Alpine Ibex Solo Exhibition at Montserrat (Photo Gallery)

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Montserrat Gallery at 301 Cabot Street held an opening reception last night for Equlibrio: Art Science, and Alpine Ibex, a solo exhibition by Edward Monovich. The exhibition showcased video, sculpture, and illustration by the artist.  The evening also featured a Steinbocklauf procession from 248 Cabot Street underground to 301 Gallery with students from various classes [….]


Do You Worry A Lot? A Drawing Installation by Robert Siegelman at Salem State University

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What:  Do You Worry A Lot? A Drawing Installation by Robert Siegelman When:  Exhibition: January 17 – February 15, 2017 Artist’s talk: February 3, 12:30 pm Reception: February 3, 2 – 4 pm Where: Salem State University, Winfisky Gallery, Ellison Campus Center, 352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970 January 12, 2017 – Salem, MA – [….]

Art Speak Salem

Photo Gallery – Walk with ME by Art Speak Salem – Photos by Joey Phoenix

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This year ArtSpeak partnered with the 5th wall Immersive Theatre Company and many other local artists and musicians to create “Walk with Me” – an evening celebrating liberation and debunking some myths about human trafficking; namely: 1) It happens elsewhere. 2) It happens to other people. 3) Liberation means pop the champagne! Actually, no. This [….]