INTERCESSION features Boston-area African American photographers at the New Art Corridor Gallery at 245 Walnut Street in Newton MA. The showcase highlights Black photographers who employ light to bridge, call attention, and disrupt. The works actively engage new ways of seeing, believing, and moving in the world.
Artists include Philip Keith, Lauren Miller, Alonso Nichols, and Sam Williams.
“500 Block of East Lampton Street” from Gone By The Way of Fat Sam by Alonso Nichols
This exhibition is part of New Art Center’s BIPOC Curatorial Program, which enables Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to develop exhibitions that spark dialogue as well as share their personal vision and experiences.
This event is free and open to the public.
We will be recording this event and by registering, you agree that there is a possibility you may be recorded, and the resulting images used for marketing purposes (in email, social media, print, and on our website).
The New Art Corridor is open 24/7 and is monitored by security cameras and a security team. The artwork is displayed using security hardware.
The New Art Corridor can be accessed on the first floor of the TRIO building via Walnut street or from the TRIO parking lot. There is an accessible bathroom in the 2nd floor classroom space, accessible via elevator. For any questions about accessibility, please call 617-964-3424.
The New Art Corridor is sponsored by Mass Cultural Council, Village Bank, and Mark Development. New Art’s BIPOC Curatorial Program is supported by Newton Cultural Council, Village Bank, and Harmony Foundation.
The INTERCESSION artist talk is sponsored by Newton Community Pride.