“Manipulating candid images with slices of blinding light, photographer Amy Friend explores the possibilities of parallel universes revealed through photography.”Read More
"As students from all over the world converge on Boston to start a new academic year, Panopticon delights book lovers of every ilk with Bibliophile..."Read More
Harper's Magazine features "Hill Gliders" by Kerry Mansfield, on view in Flight of Fancy, in their Monday Gallery column.Read More
"Flight of Fancy" reviewed in the Italian publication Gioia!Read More
"If you have a chance to alight at Panopticon Gallery in Boston’s Kenmore Square this summer, you’ll find a sweet treat of a summer show in Flight of Fancy. Distinctly different work by photographers Kerry Mansfield, Claire Rosen, and Stephen Sheffield share a colorful spirit of flight, whether it be physical or metaphorical."Read More
Gallery Owner Paul Sneyd spoke with Boston Voyager Magazine about his 35 years as a Master Printer, Panopticon Imaging's printing, framing, and restoration expertise, and the connection with Panopticon Gallery.
Read the interview here.
"Panopticon Gallery celebrates the spirit of summer with color and whimsy in Flight of Fancy. Fanciful notions and imaginative ideas are on display in this group show featuring works by Claire Rosen, Stephen Sheffield, and Kerry Mansfield."Read More
"'Flight of Fancy,' the newest exhibition at Kenmore Square’s Panopticon Gallery, is an ode to the spirit of summer. A group show featuring the works of Claire Rosen, Stephen Sheffield and Kerry Mansfield, each of the artists’ work use color and whimsical imagery to perfectly portray and encapsulate the meaning of the season and in one way or another represent the title of the show."
Read the article by Jacob Cutler here.
Amy Friend's Dare Alla Luce series is featured in the Italian publication Internazionale Magazine.Read More
"Celebrating summer in a fanciful way, the Panopticon presents yet another stunning exhibition — a stylish and colorful showing of the work of three masterful artists, each of which brings his or her unique approach to photography…”Read More
Art New England put a spotlight on our showcards for Flight of Fancy as part of their Show Your Cards social media campaign.Read More
"Stephen Sheffield’s delightfully campy collages, Claire Rosen’s exquisite exotic birds and Kerry Mansfield’s wide open escapism soar in Flight of Fancy, on view from June 29th – September 3rd, 2018."Read More
Panopticon artist Jefferson Hayman's newest monograph Things I Saw Without You is now available!Read More
Susan Burnstine writes on Amy Friend's series Dare Alla Luce for the June issue #216 of Black+White Photography Magazine (UK).Read More
Art review journal AEQAI reviews Speciation: Still A Camera along with Lidzie Alvisa and Donis Llago's exhibition Transparency at AREA.Read More
Panopticon Gallery's current exhibition Speciation: Still A Camera, a solo exhibition by gallery artist Kent Krugh, has gained international recognition since opening on May 3. Publications in five countries have featured the exhibition.Read More
The Boston photography blog What Will You Remember? selects Speciation: Still A Camera as Boston's Best Photo Picks for May!Read More
"Fossils can tell us a lot about the history of living things. Photographer Kent Krugh is creating a 'fossil record' of sorts for cameras. His project Speciation is a series of X-ray photos of cameras that provides a brief history of photography, as told through the evolution of the camera."Read More