New Exhibit Now on View at the Beacon Street Gallery!

  • Aug 24, 2021

The Brookline Art Center is proud to present Tacit facet…small & mighty, now on view at the Beacon Street Art Gallery at 1351 Beacon Street, Brookline. Curated by Camilo Alvarez, the show stays true to Alvarez’s mission to explore the diversity of cultures and voices that continually shape contemporary art and ideas today. Featuring a mix of local and internationally-acclaimed artists, the group show explores themes of race, gender, class and cultural identity. Tacit facet includes work by Radcliffe Bailey, Gloretta Baynes, Iona Rozeal Brown, Daniel Callahan, Don Claude, Ashley Doggett, Karen Eutemey, Marlon Forrester, Robert Freeman, Deborah Grant, Stephen Hamilton, Sedrick Huckaby, Lavaughan Jenkins, Anukriti Kaushik, Khalid Kodi, Peter Wayne Lewis, Steve Locke, Lester Merriweather, Kayode Ojo, Cierra Michele Peters, Lamar Peterson, Jordan Seaberry, Malick Sidibe, Lorna Simpson, Susie Smith, Henry Taylor, Chanel Thervil, Thukral & Tagra, Carrie Mae Weems, Fred Wilson, and Brittney Leeanne Williams. To read the full release from the BAC and learn more about the artists, click here.

Beacon Street Galley will also be hosting two artist talks in tandem with the show. The first is with Haitian artist and educator Chanel Thervil on September 9 at 6 PM. The second will feature Boston-based multidisciplinary artist Anukriti Kaushik and take place on October 7 at 6 PM. Both events are free to attend and will take place at the gallery–come join us!

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