Best of the Northeast Masters of Fine Arts, 2017

June 16 - August 26, 2017

This is the fourth biennial exhibition including the “best of” recent or current Master of Fine Arts students from New England and NewYork.
Curator: Gabriel Sosa


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Stowe Reporter 

Artscope Magazine

Jury
Ian Alden Russell, Curator, David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University, Providence, RI
Jeffrey DeBlois, Curatorial Associate, ICA, Boston, MA
Rachel Moore, Director, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT
Exhibition to be curated by artist Gabriel Sosa.


Special thanks to our sponsor: The James E. Robison Foundation


Featured Artists

Adriana Bianchi
Syracuse University, NY
“Her cinematic approach to photography results in images that capture not only people’s physical likeness, but also the psychological spaces they inhabit.” —StoweToday.com

 

Arghavan Khosravi
Rhode Island School of Design, RI
“Arghavan Khosravi probes both personal and political experiences by integrating Persian motifs from her native Iran with imagery taken from contemporary media and popular culture that result in vibrant works on paper.” —StoweToday.com

 

Meytar Moran
School of Visual Arts, NY
“Exploration of the “other” is echoed in Meytar Moran’s photographs, prints and installations, including Declassified, a visual poem about mysterious celestial phenomena drawn from recently released government archives dating to the 1950s and ’60s.” —StoweToday.com

 

Molly Dressel
Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MA
“Molly Dressel’s massive, meticulous and playful wood and steel sculptures are an exercise in duality, inviting people to look closer and question whether reality is quite what it seems.” —StoweToday.com

 

Nicholas Mancini
Boston University, MA
“Nicholas Mancini’s bright acrylic paintings on translucent polyester explore how memory can enrich, distort, disguise and illuminate physical space.” —StoweToday.com

 

 

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