|Adam Parker Smith, Proposal, Handwoven bracelets, 96 x 102 inches, 2012. Courtesy LaMontagne Gallery|
Tired of complaints that Boston’s visual art scene is too conservative?
This New York-based artist has recently attracted the attention of important art critics from leading publications (New York Times, Art in America) for his daring conceptual installations.
We think his individual pieces are clever and downright hilarious. Fair warning: the work really has to be seen in person to get the full impact. As luck would have it, he has a show up in town.
Drop us a line and we'll give you the details. It’s worth a look.