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Wednesday, January 30, 2013



A View From The Top

Panopticon Gallery in conjunction with the Decaneas Archive is currently exhibiting photographs by Bradford Washburn and Vittorio Sella.

Here is a link to some RECENT PRESS about the exhibition.

Here is a link to an EXHIBITION REVIEW by independent writer, Marianne Salza.


The Photographs of Bill Franson

Bill Franson is a close observer of the everyday and mines the obvious for its enigmatic qualities. His work often includes an uncanny, dreamlike human presence and dysfunctional text fragments in diverse settings. His photographs prompt more questions than offer answers.


Megan Lowney

A senior at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Megan Lowney set a goal to create a visual cohesion between the geometry of the human form with organic textural elements in nature.


The Things That Seem and Those That Are:
Reshaping Photography through Alternative Processes

Panopticon Gallery's upcoming exhibition The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography through Alternative Processes will be on display from February 28 through April 1st.

Photographers selected for this exhibition are:
Lindsey Beal
Jesseca Ferguson
Christopher James
DM Witman
Jenn Libby
Ron Cowie
Julia Cart
Jeanne Wells
Douglas Ethridge
S. Gayle Stevens
Elizabeth Ellenwood

The things that seem and those that are is in part Machiavellian. It's a quote paraphrased, but it also goes on to describe the alternative and historical photographic processes through which each of these artist's works. The key term is processes - the works are not instantaneous, rather time consuming processes that are anti-digital in nature.

We will have a variety of alternative processes on display, from cyanotypes to tintypes, ambrotypes to platinum palladium prints, and images created with pinhole cameras - each unique image baring the marks of their makers.

In The Private Room:
Photographs by the MFA in Photography candidates at The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University.


Supporting Non-Profit Organizations in Massachusetts

Jason Landry and Anne DeVito, Owners of Panopticon Gallery in Boston are serious about supporting the arts and local non-profit organizations. Whether they are big or small, donations are vital, since most non-profits count on and operate solely by the donations that they receive.

By donating to a non-profit organization, you help to sustain their overall objectives, mission and programming throughout the year.

During the 2013 calendar year, we have chosen 7 non-profit organizations to support. Here is our list:

The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA
The Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA
Photo Nights Boston, Boston, MA
M.S.P.C.A. Angell, Boston, MA
Big, Red and Shiny, Boston, MA
Grub Street, Boston, MA
Island Creek Oysters Foundation, Duxbury, MA

**During our next opening reception on February 28th, we will have members of Photo Nights Boston on hand to meet our guests and talk about their organization.**

Please click on the links above to visit their websites and to learn more about who they are, and what they are doing to support our communities.


» Make Friend Faster says Polaroid.
» Spelling Lesson: My favorite William Wegman video.
» Use art to turn the world inside out: An inspirational TED talk by JR.
» 5 recent Photobook Acquisitions.
» Upcoming PRC Boston LECTURE with photographer Neal Rantoul.
» We have a few SIGNED COPIES of David Roberts book The Last of His Kind: The Life and Adventures of Bradford Washburn available through the gallery.
» See Panopticon Gallery artist Jesseca Ferguson in the PRC exhibition The Doors of Perception, opening February 7th.
» Congratulations to Panopticon Gallery artist Heidi Kirkpatrick for her photolucida Critcal Mass Award!
» Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective was a huge success! We still have a few signed copies of this amazing book available in the gallery.
» Neal Rantoul will be one of the instructors for the Architectural Photography Master Class at Penland School of Crafts this April.
» You can now order copies of Jennifer Hudson's book Medic from photolucida.
Panopticon Gallery
Inside Hotel Commonwealth
502c Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
Hours: Tue–Sat 9:00-4:00pm

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