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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.


Current Exhibit:

Photos from the opening reception here:

Photos from the Artageddon Photo Booth here.

Previews on: and Bostawesome

The Distillery Gallery Presents:
featuring works by: Daniel Benayun, Thomas Buildmore, Laurie Carman, Scott Chasse, Corey Corcoran, Michael Dacey, Robert daVies, Thomas Dupere, Josh Falk, Jarrett Golz, Vanessa Irzyk, Ryan Lombardi, Fish McGill, Kristen Mills, Kenji Nakayama, Tom Noffsinger, Sheryl Pace, Morgan Thomas, Judith Uehling, Dana Woulfe, Nick Z, and more TBA....

September 3 - September 24, 2009
Opening Reception: September 3, 6-9pm
free and open to the public
516 E 2nd St., first floor
contact: Scott Chasse, gallery director
(978) 270-1904 /

As the tumultuous world of commercial galleries continues to scramble for readjustment to today's
sales-savy artists, alternative methods of display are at the forefront of a battle, a battle which The
Distillery Gallery* has deemed: "Artageddon."

This exhibit gathers twenty artists from Boston and beyond who are moving forward in their careers
regardless of a lack of gallery representation. Embracing alternative venues, social networks,
street campaigns, and other creative outlets for their work, these artists are helping to shape the
future of art commerce. Rather than rely on commissioned gallerists to vend their works, artists of
today have the ability to independently exhibit and sell to a degree unparalleled in the past.

"Artegeddon," as an exhibit, highlights merely a fraction of the enormous pool of talented artists
whom are diligently pressing forward amidst this transitional point in time. "Artageddon" as a
concept will prompt fallout and unknown consequence which the exhibitors will continue to navigate and

Please join us on September 3 from 6-9 pm for the opening reception.