Golob Art Mural Featured in Group Exhibition
Alexander Golob, resident artist
For Immediate Release
Situated on Commonwealth Avenue, Kaleidoscope was executed with the help of 80 community volunteers, making it a true testament to the power of coming together from a unified effort.
SOMERVILLE, Ma. (Oct. 2, 2016) -- Golob Art showcased one of its signature community murals, Kaleidoscope in the Wall to Wall: Art Builds Communities gallery exhibition Saturday, October 2, in Somerville, Massachusetts.
W2W, held from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Nave Gallery on Powder House Boulevard, will feature the exhibition itself as well as artist panels and presentations in the spirit of initiating positive dialogue and laying groundwork for fundamentally equal artist practice.
The gallery will showcased dozens of street artists, highlighting the ways in which their pieces unite communities and inspire creativity and involvement.
Alexander’s mural, Kaleidoscope, is located at Commonwealth Avenue and depicts recognizable landmarks and buildings along the road. It has sparked a wealth of community involvement, being used as a backdrop for a music video, for advertising purposes and as a site for various public events at Boston University. The mural has even been adopted as a local PokeStop.
W2W featured large-scale photos of community members involving Kaleidoscope in events or publications.
About Golob Art
Local Boston artist Alexander Golob created Golob Art with the purpose of creating engaging art that provokes thought in the public, lifts its viewers and transforms physical space. Moreover, Golob Art aims to improve conditions for artists by developing a fair artistic practice.