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We’re heading to Martha’s Vineyard!
In celebration of Boston Art Review‘s tenth print publication, 100 Lagoon Pond is please to present an evening with the Issue 10 cover star, Lyle Ashton Harris alongside James Rodges Powell and Marion Wilson.
Join us for a sunset gathering on the floating gallery with music, drinks, friends, and conversation featuring:
Lyle Ashton Harris, artistJameson Johnson, founder and editor-in-chief at Boston Art ReviewJames Rodges Powell, artist, writer, and scholarMarion Wilson, artist and 100 Lagoon Pond founder
Copies of Issue 10: Recall will be available for sale at the event. Each issue includes a limited-edition poster designed by Lyle Ashton Harris.
This event has sliding scale tickets that range from $25–$75. Your support is greatly appreciated!
The houseboat is located down a long ramp that leads to the harbor. There will be a mix of seating and standing areas.
About Boston Art Review:
Boston Art Review (BAR) is an independent publication committed to facilitating active discourse around contemporary art in Boston and beyond. Consisting of an online and print publication, Boston Art Review provides a space for critical perspectives, interviews, reviews, artist projects, and collective initiatives. Through their web-site, newsletter, social media, events, and print publication, Boston Art Review stands as an accessible, go-to guide for contemporary art in the region.
About 100 Lagoon Pond:
100 Lagoon Pond: Floating Gallery, is the island’s first (and only) art gallery literally on the water and is owned and directed by artist Marion Wilson who is known for upcycling mobile structures and creating collaborative art experiences. Purchased in 2021 from a retired master boat builder, Wilson has repurposed the all-wooden studio space into a seasonal gallery. 100 Lagoon Pond: Floating Gallery is both a platform and a lens for this dynamic and complex ecosystem located at the narrow region where land and ocean meet. The goal of the Floating Gallery is to assist in the preservation of this lagoon coastline through both scientific and poetic interventions that engage human and non-human experiences.
The gallery opened on July 7, 2023 with an exhibition titled “Please Don’t Feed the Birds” featuring the work of Karsen Heagle, Sheida Soleimani, Melissa Friedling and Marion Wilson. The exhibition will be on view through September 10, 2023. The space is open by appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 10, 2023
100 Lagoon Pond Rd.,
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568