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When does a house provide the sanctuary of a home, and at what point does it lose its homey status?
A Sense Of Place: Photographs by Stefanie Klavens, Sarah Malakoff, and Remi Thornton
Go to the Light is a fluorescence-inspired screen printing show featuring prints by artists from around the country.
I was invited by The Automatic's owner, Dave Cagle, to create some wall murals for his new Cambridge restaurant and bar.
Go To The Light celebrates the art of screen printing and the glow of fluorescence!
Pam Campanaro, Associate Curator of Exhibitions & Programs at Montserrat College of Art, reviews JCC Ranch for Big Red and Shiny.
Elin Spring, on her blog, What Will You Remember, featured the JCC Ranch exhibition in North Allston.
An off-site exhibition of photographs taken at Remi's childhood sleepaway camp, presented by Miller Yerzeski Gallery and made possible by Harvard University.
I've been included in "Winter Pictures," a Humble Arts Foundation online exhibition curated by Andy Adams (Flak Photo) and Jon Feinstein (Humble Arts Founder).
“Free Air 4 You” is the fanciful title of a small but alluring show of seven photographs by Remi Thornton.
It's a new year...Breathe easy! Come see Free Air 4 You at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA!
This past winter I was nominated for a St. Botolph Club Foundation 2015 Emerging Artist Award by Paul C. Ha, Director of the MIT List Visual Arts Center.
Thanks to curators Kate Gilbert and Jennifer Epstein, I'll be included in the next Sting! exhibition at The Beehive.
I'll have a new print, Office Chair, in the MassArt Auction, which takes place on April 11th.
Looking forward to the annual Artrageous! Auction Party event at Montserrat College of Art on March 28th.
I will be included in a new exhibition, "ON PHOTOGRAPHY," at the Hynes Convention Center.
I am featured in a three-person show in the Brant Gallery at MassArt.
I was recently interviewed by the World Photography Organisation in conjunction with The Fence project in Boston.
I was one of 12 artists selected by The Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics (MONUM) and Boston Art Commission to participate in “Fenway's 30 Second Cinema.”
I will have a new print in The Annual AIDS Benefit Exhibition at Barbara Krakow Gallery...
One Mile Gallery now has a select group of limited edition 10 x 15 inch prints available online.
I recently learned that I was selected to have work publicly displayed in Boston along the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway this summer.
New shirt based on the "No Flash" symbol found at MOMA in NYC
Each year the Museum Council of the Museum of Fine Arts collaborates with a contemporary artist on a limited edition artwork exclusively for The Summer Party's VIP ticket holders.
I'll have prints in two upcoming art auctions in the Boston area. I hope you can also find a way to support these fine institutions...
Thanks to Elin Spring for the nice write-up on Jesus Coming Soon. Below is the text from the post on her blog, "What Will You Remember?"
I finally made it over to see my prints at Millennium Place in Boston's Downtown Crossing.
Shot in the dark with a long exposure, hues and glimmers invisible to the naked eye soak into the image.
Thanks to everyone that came out last night to Gallery Kayafas to celebrate the opening of Jesus Coming Soon.
To celebrate my upcoming exhibition, Jesus Coming Soon, at Gallery Kayafas, I have repurposed, or re(mi)purposed, a collection of t-shirts (and one sweatshirt).