Image above: Give Me A Break, Lauren Leone, 2011
Sex and love and romance.
Red roses, chocolates and ballads.
Monogamy, trust and broken hearts.
Love Shack features artists exploring themes related specifically to Valentine’s Day and/or more broadly, to this thing we call love.
Friday, February 14, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Nave Gallery Annex, 53 Chester St, Somerville, MA
February 14-March 1, 2014
Wednesday-Friday, 6-8 pm
Saturday, 2-8 pm
Sunday, 2-6 pm
Anne Alexander, Bonnie Ashmore-Davis, Christoff Colon, Holly Czapski, Melissa Eder, Marissa Falco, Dante Guthrie, Natsuko Hattori, Len Haug, Lauren Leone, Julianne Martin, Shannon McDonald, Mary O’Malley, Cathleen Parra, Elisa Sweig, Bill Tarlin, Martha Wakefield, Mia Weiner, your mother’s a feminist
ABOUT THE JUROR
Bill Kouwenhoven, International Editor of Hotshoe magazine, has brought an independent perspective to photography criticism for more than 15 years in publications such as Photo Metro where he was editor from 1996-2001 and Sf Camerawork where he curated the 25th anniversary show in 1997. Since moving to Berlin in 2002, he has also been a frequent contributor to such varied publications as Afterimage, Aperture, the British Journal of Photography, European Photography, and Photonews as well as contributing to monographs as varied as Ferit Kuyas’s City of Ambition (Schilt Publishing, 2009) on Chongking and the Yangtze River and a catalogue of contemporary Spanish Photography and Video Art, Nuevas Historias (Hatje Cantz, 2008). He lives and works in Berlin and New York. Love Shack is his first venture into the broader field of contemporary art.