Current Exhibitions

Wanderlust

In the early twentieth century world travel was a glamorous but ever-more accessible possibility, with the development of enormous cruise ships, automotives, and eventually passenger planes. Designers created numerous posters advertising new destinations, from Alpine ski slopes and Alaskan glaciers to Greek ruins and Palestinian architecture. Today, these posters have developed a following of their […]

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Fairy Tales, Fables and Folklore

For this open call exhibition, UFORGE Gallery asked artists to draw inspiration from Western and Eastern (and everywhere in between) fairy tales and folklore to create work. Artists pulled from the familiar themes of courage, romance, adventure, and, of course, magical intervention for a mix of paintings, drawings, collage, digital illustration, and other media. Influences […]

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Member Collective Showcase – Spring Edition

UFORGE Gallery is pleased to announce its exhibit for April, featuring new works from all of its current members. In the summer of 2014, UFORGE Gallery founded its membership collective as a way to bring Boston-area artists together in support and collaboration. Over the past several months this group has grown to 16 members, with […]

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Figure 8

“Figure 8” is on view from March 5th through March 29th, 2015, with a reception to be held on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8 PM. This exhibition features work from eight local artists, all involved in UFORGE’s Member Collective. Though working across multiple media and styles, the artists are united in their choice of subject—the […]

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February 2015: Kaleidoscope & Jamal Thorne

UFORGE Gallery presents two new exhibitions for February: a group show titled “Kaleidoscope” and a spotlight on artist Jamal Thorne titled “Dualities and Binaries.” “I’ve handled color as a man should behave. You may conclude that I consider ethics and aesthetics as one.”—Josef Albers. A pioneer in the field of color theory, Albers taught the […]

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