Robin Mandel: Sculpture

November 19, 2005 - January 7, 2006

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 19, 7 - 9 pm

Artist's Talk: Saturday, December 3 @ Noon

( Gallery closed November 23 - 28 for Thanksgiving )

The 2005 Mad Dash! 150 works for $150 (each)

Preview: October 21 - Nov. 1

(during regular hours: Tues., Wed., 6- 9 pm Thurs. 2 - 9pm ,+ Friday & Sat. Noon to 5pm)

Mad Dash Event: Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 9:30pm

(The Dash is when you run for the art - it is first-come, first-serve!)

(exhibit remains on view and some pieces are still available for sale until Nov. 12 !)

Joe Wardwell: Solo

September 10 - October 15, 2005

Reception: Saturday, September 10, 7 - 9pm

Artist's Talk: Postponed until Thursday, Sept. 29 @ 7 pm

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In the Green Street Gallery exhibition: "SOLO", Jamaica Plain artist Joe Wardwell presents the culmination of 5 years of work creating amazing hybrids of the music he grew up with and his favorite paintings from classical art history. The show is Wardwell’s first solo exhibition in Boston and features his most ambitious work to date: two, huge "altarpieces" which depict a pantheon of his music idols. Both of these six foot by five foot oil on canvas works place members of famous Rock 'n' roll and Heavy Metal bands, roadies lifting stacks of Marshall amps and nude groupies against a glowing, romantically clouded sky from a study by the Italian Baroque painter Giambattista Tiepolo. The poses of the loosely painted figures are borrowed from vintage album covers and seamlessly incorporated into a “super-group grouping” spiraling into the clouds.

Joe Wardwell, "Oblivion" (2005) (detail) oil on canvas 66 x 75 inches

Lina Maria Giraldo
site specific installation
July 15- August 30, 2005
Bar-B-Que Reception: Saturday, July 23, 2 - 4 pm
Green Street roof installation by Lina Maria Giraldo
digital prints attached to glass
Giraldo creates environments that remind viewers of the complexities of the "drug war" which devastates the ecology of her home in Colombia. The artist uses the beauty of the poppie flower installed in windows which also harbor menacing crop dusting planes which swoop and fly above them. By placing these images against the sky seen in the background Giraldo crreates a feeling that the planes are above us, at this moment, making these distant political, economic and environmental struggles more visible to people in the U.S. --James Hull, Curator

Cristi Rinklin:Phantasmagoria

a solo exhibit of paintings and drawings

May 27 - July 9, 2005

MP3 Audio Tour of exhibit Podcast

Press Release / Boston Globe Review by Cate McQuaid


April 16 - May 15, 2005

Green Street presents Knock-Offs, an exhibit of objects, wall paintings and installations created specifically for Green Street. As the name implies, the show will include unauthorized versions of artworks by “big name” artists created by smaller name artists.

Richard Artschwager > Kanishka Raja
John Armleder > Juli Raja
Sol LeWitt > James Hull & Denise Kupferschmidt
Barry McGee > Suzannah Sinclair
Rob Pruitt > Sheila Gallagher
Rolex, Cheap! > Alfredo Conde
Rachael Whiteread > Matthew Littel (Utile, Inc.) and Sheila Gallagher

>> Open Final Sunday! May 15 from 12 - 5 pm
Opens on a Saturday! Artists’ talk @ Noon April 16
Opening Reception 7 - 9 pm, April 16, 2005

Images of originals and knock-offs side by side

Essay by James Hull on Knock-Offs

Cate McQuaid article on Knock-Offs


Tory Fair

Megan Goltermann

Leah Giberson

Nicholas Higbee

Greg Mencoff

Susan Scott

February 11 - March 26, 2005

Opens >> February 11, 7 - 9 pm

Artists' Talk: Saturday, February 12 @ Noon

Emil Corsillo

December 3 - January 29, 2005

Reception: Friday, December 3, 7 - 9 pm

Artist's talk: Saturday, December 11 @ Noon

Artforum International review by Francine Koslow Miller

Cate McQuaid's Boston Globe Review

Big Red and Shiny Review

Some Other Review

Press Release and more images of new work

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