BOSTON— Liquid Art House (LAH) is pleased to announce its latest exhibition FLUXUS, a group show featuring works by Lithuanian artist Vytas Sakalas, Boston-based artists Giovanni DeCunto, Resa Blatman and Rhode Island-based artist Dana Woulfe. FLUXUS artists explore a variety of natural subjects from landscape, flora, atmosphere, and vivid abstract painting. This will be the second exhibition of the popular gallery-meets-restaurant hybrid since opening in May.
Inspired by the Latin word for "flow," fluxus is a concept in physics and applied mathematics denoting the flow of a physical property in space. In art, it references an "anti-art" movement of artists and designers in the 1960’s whose goal was to erase the boundaries between art and life.
"Fluxus is concept central to an adaptive and changing environment and allows us to perceive our world as a unified, rotating multi-sensory space," says L.A.H. Art Director Silvi Naci. "These works are a canvas of stories that unfold and dance together to engage the viewer to look closer at a collapsed environment of natural and weather elements, environmental and contemporary issues."
Also on view and for sale is sculpture from Nineta and Erin Shaw; jewelery by Melinaki; and screen prints by Cape Cod-based artist Dan McCarthy.
For further inquiries, please contact Silvi Naci at (617) 669-6163 firstname.lastname@example.org
A SPECIAL MEDIA PREVIEW WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, JULY 14TH - 6:30-9PM - PLEASE RSVP TO CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE
"FLUXUS" is on display July 14 - September 16 at Liquid Art House at The Arlington, 100 Arlington Street in Boston's Back Bay
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