Exhibitions

Spothunters: The Fine Art of Real Estate

Running from March 6, 2006 to April 7, 2006 in the Main Gallery

Curatorial Opportunity Program (COP) Selection

Curated by Caleb Neelon calebneelon.com.  Artists include Shepard Fairey www.obeygiant.com, Greg “SP.ONE” Lamarche greglamarche.com, Monster Project cantabpublishing.com, and Caleb Neelon calebneelon.com.

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Spothunters is about telling stories, the communication of 'HERE' via the intersection of art indoors, art outdoors, and publishing. Shepard Fairey, Greg Lamarche, Caleb Neelon and Monster Project all began with a common cultural reference point and took it in new and individual directions. While quality and quantity are key, the Spothunters artists are about the unexplored and the unexpected.  The hunt for spots will never end, whether they are higher, bigger, or just plain smarter, because the ideas keep on coming. The Spothunters exhibition brought together these four artists for a show at the New Art Center in Newtonville, Massachusetts in 2006.

About the Curator ::  Born in 1976 in Boston and based in neighboring Cambridge, Caleb Neelon is an artist, writer, and educator. Neelon’s paintings and installation artwork have appeared in venues such as the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Laguna Beach Art Museum, Dafen Art Museum of Shenzhen, Mills Gallery in Boston, White Walls in San Francisco, and Space 1026 in Philadelphia, as murals on walls in Kathmandu, Reykjavik, Bermuda, Calcutta, Sao Paulo, across Europe, and in dozens of books, magazines, and newspapers around the world. Neelon’s Book of Awesome, his first artist monograph, is a 2009 release from Gingko Press. Neelon has a forthcoming exhibition at the deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts titled Wall Works. Neelon is co-author (with Roger Gastman) of the forthcoming landmark book The History of American Graffiti from HarperCollins (April 2011), and is also co-author of the 2005 Thames and Hudson book Graffiti Brasil and 2007's Street World from Thames and Hudson (UK), Abrams (USA), National Geographic (DE) and other international co-editions, author and illustrator of the 2004 children’s book, Lilman Makes a Name for Himself, and a collaborator on nearly a dozen other books. In the past five years, Neelon’s writing has frequently appeared in Print, Juxtapoz, and Swindle, where he was editor-at-large. Neelon speaks regularly at universities, international conferences and festivals.

Shepard Fairey

Greg Lamarche

Caleb Neelon

Monster Project

Spothunters panorama view

Shepard Fairey

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