As the fall arts season comes to a close, the literary and fine arts magazine Woven Tale Press recaps the fall's best arts exhibitions.
"Panopticon Gallery, which has been showing fine art photography since its founding in 1971, changed ownership last spring. New owner, Paul Sneyd, and director, Kat Kiernan, mounted its first exhibition, At Sea, this fall. The show features evocative works by nine photographers, many who incorporate handmade elements and techniques. The mood is mysterious, with images that feel almost melancholy, interspersed with moments of surreal unease. The gallery’s relatively subdued setting—a long hallway in Kenmore Square’s Hotel Commonwealth—contributes. This is no antiseptic white loft."
Read the article by Marni Elyse Katz here.