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7 Art Exhibits To Visit From The Comfort Of Your Couch
July 28, 2020 By Pamela Reynolds

Uncertainty can be paralyzing, but one thing is certain in this time of COVID-19 — none of us knows what happens next.

Congrats to Gerry Bergstein!

Mass Cultural Council’s Artist Fellowships recognize exceptional work by Massachusetts artists across a range of disciplines. These highly competitive awards provide artists crucial validation among their peers and the public. They catalyze artistic advancement and pave the way for creative innovation of enduring cultural value.

Congratulations to Gerry Bergstein for winning the Mass Cultural Council painting grant!

Peter Vanderwarker Press Release

Peter Vanderwarker: Vanderwarker’s Cities
Online Exclusive Jun 5 – Jul 10 at

In response to current events, Vanderwarker’s June solo exhibition has taken on an added significance.  Known for photographing the world he lives in and travels to, Vanderwarker felt deeply moved to formulate a response to Covid-19.

Nicole Chesney and Rick Fox Press Release

Nicole Chesney: Current
Rick Fox: Postcards from County Mayo
Online Exclusive May 1 – 30 at

To mark the beginning of another month in this surreal and uncertain time, Gallery NAGA will present the third solo exhibition of glowing, ephemeral paintings by Nicole Chesney and luscious, Irish landscapes on paper by Rick Fox.

Joseph Barbieri Press Release

Joseph Barbieri: Beyond Isolation
Online Exclusive Apr 3 – 25 at

For their inaugural online-only exhibition, Gallery NAGA brings directly to your screen a selection of paintings by Joseph Barbieri.  

Coronavirus Update

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Gallery NAGA is temporarily closing its space to the public starting tomorrow, Saturday, March 14.

JooLee Kang & Mary Kocol Press Release

JooLee Kang: Cultivated
Mary Kocol: A Welcomed Enigma
Mar 6 – 28 at Gallery NAGA

Spring arrives early at Gallery NAGA, ushered in by JooLee Kang and Mary Kocol, who have recently created bodies of work that are inspired by Dutch still-lifes and Japanese floral design.