For Immediate Release
Contact: Alexander Golob, Golob Art, firstname.lastname@example.org
New 2,000 sq ft Experimental Gallery Seeking Art Submissions
Boston, MA. (March 5, 2018) Post-Cubicle Gallery is a new experimental gallery space in Kenmore Square founded by local artists Alexander Golob, Edie Côté, and Danielle Pratt. It is proud to announce a call for art for its debut exhibition ‘Tales from the Gut.’ Applications can be submitted online at alexandergolob.com/postcubicle and are due by March 24th at midnight. The show will be open from April 20th through May 20th.
‘Tales from the Gut’ refers to stories told from the soul, from trauma accounts and nostalgic memories, to tumblr posts and twitter rants, to fantasy and folklore. We invite artists working across disciplines, to create artwork that reflects both internal and external experiences in experimental methods of making and viewing. The show will project a dissonance-inducing and awe-inspiring atmosphere harkening back to Kenmore Square’s rebellious past.
About Post-Cubicle Gallery: Located in Kenmore Square in collaboration with Hotel Buckminster, Post-Cubicle Gallery is a space organized by local Boston artists Alexander Golob, Edie Côté and Danielle Pratt. Post-Cubicle Gallery aims to take risks with artistic expression and give voice to people who may not have the opportunity otherwise.