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05.24.14 - 04.05.15
Teresita Fernandez: As Above So Below
Mass MoCA
A series of installations drawing on various cultural and historical references as well as natural phenomena, the exhibit's title comes from the Hermetic tradition central to alchemy, and refers to a universe in balance.
05.25.14 - 07.26.14
Mark Fraser
Hart Yoga
Documentary photographer Fraser exhibits selected black and white photos from his 38 years of work.
05.31.14 - 08.30.14
Loop Upcycled Art Market
Captain Jack's Roadside Shack
Featuring handmade repurposed art, furniture, jewelry, clothing and accessories from area artists. See for details.
06.01.14 - 08.01.14
The Art of Diplomacy
Barbara Prey Gallery
Artist Barbara Prey reflects on her participation in the United States Art Embassies Program.
06.06.14 - 08.31.14
American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell
Springfield Museums
Paintings and sculptures by O'Keeffe, Rockwell, Elie Nadelman, Milton Avery, Arthur Dove, and more are exhibited in the Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts.
06.07.14 - 08.31.14
In Memoriam: The Vision of Max D. Standley
R. Michelson Galleries
A look back on the late Standley's work featuring never before exhibited oil paintings and etchings.
06.08.14 - 08.01.14
Works On Paper
Deerfield Arts Bank
Featuring work from artists throughout Western Mass.
06.14.14 - 05.26.15
It's Only Human
Mass MoCA
Kidspace exhibit features works by British artists Marilene Oliver and Nick Veasey that use medical technology to examine what goes on under the skin.
06.18.14 - 09.06.14
Cindi Oldham's solo art exhibit explores the mad pride movement.
06.21.14 - 07.25.14
A Photographic Odyssey
Base Camp Photo
Solo exhibit by Erving photographer Ginny Newton.
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