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The Distillery Gallery showcases the work of the artists who work and live in The Distillery, Boston area artists, and invited guests. The space is located in the central lobby and is open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday - Saturday, and by appointment. New shows are installed every 6 weeks. For information about any of the exhibiting artists please contact Scott Chasse.


Curren Exhibit:

curated by Thomas Buildmore

July 10 - August 16

opening reception: July 10, 7pm - 10pm

The Distillery Gallery Presents:
"Grew Up a Screw Up"
featuring works by: Greg Fournier, Morgan Harary, Mitchell Kehe, Isai Mencia, and Julian Wadsworth
July 10 - August 16, 2009
Opening Reception: July 10, 7-10pm
free and open to the public
516 E 2nd St., first floor
contact: Scott Chasse, gallery director
(978) 270-1904 /

The Distillery Gallery, in conjunction with Overkill Studio, presents "Grew Up a Screw Up," a lo-fi/hi-tech collision resulting in video, mixed media, appropriations, visual remixes, internet art, installation and more.

Curated by Overkill Studio's Thomas Buildmore (responsible for bringing the ever-successful "Paint it Now" exhibit back in August '08), the show will take advantage of the unconventional gallery space and celebrate non-dependence on the dwindling commercial gallery world. Themes of hyper stimulation, obsession, elitism, simulated depravity and hypocrisy are examined through the works of this group of mulit-faceted artists while the role of the critic is called into question. "This is going to be a show of work that I really like," says Buildmore, who is a visual artist himself with frequent exhibits in Boston, NYC, and Philadelphia.

Please join us on July 10 from 7-10pm for site/time-specific elements of this month-long show.

The Distillery Gallery is located on the first floor of The Distillery artist's building in South Boston. This unique public display space is committed to featuring Distillery based artists, Boston artists, and invited guests. For more information about the gallery and The Distillery, please visit