Imagine that pile of junk you’ve been meaning to deal with turned into a life size anthropomorphic creature. That’s what four Boston based artists do. Dom, Meers, Col!n, and Luke O came from different studio practices but got together to create the artists collective !nd!v!duals. They salvage material – mostly wood- to create these fantastical creatures -from a Koala taking a picture with his cell phone or Anubis (the Egyptian jackal-headed god) contemplating a painting.  Their sculptures vary in size, but the fine detail and amazing craftsmanship is consistent throughout. So if you’re looking to let your inner child loose, check them out!

Opening This Saturday: The Illustrators

Opening This Saturday July 12th 7-9PM
New Work By Nick Colen, Bailey Saliwanchik, Elianna Mesaikos and Marco DePaolis( he’s completing a nice installation in the front as well).

Show runs through July 10th.

Hours : Wed- Sunday Noon-6pm

Chelsea Mural : Caleb Neelon, Raul Gonzalez, Marc Depaolis, Kenji Nakayama

Photo by Caleb Neelon

Photo By Caleb Neelon

A couple of our friends just completed a mural in one of the rougher parts of Chelsea for the Boys and Girls Club. Caleb Neelon just completed an exhibition here at fourth wall in May, while Marco is finishing up an installation that is opening at fourth wall June 12th.

Kenji Nakayama is an artist you’ll remember from last year’s Devastate Your Real Estate Show at fourth wall. He’s currently showing Vincent Michael Gallery of Philly

Raul Gonzales also worked on the mural which marks his first effort ouside of paper and canvas.

The First Annual 7″ Release at Fourth Wall

The First Annual
7″ EP Record Release Show
w/ Daybreaker
Sink the Sea
one more TBA

June 5 at Fourth Wall Project
7pm Doors
8pm Show

Stream the Carolina Ep Here

Caleb Neelon: Artist Reception at Fourth Wall

The Childrens Hospital Boston is having their artist reception for Caleb Neelon and his Imagination Wall project tomorrow – Friday May 21st 6-9pm.

Here’s some time elapse video of the Imagination Wall being Painted

Brothers Quay For Comme Des Garcon

For the debut of their new “Wonderwood” fragrance, Comme des Garcons has produced a short film. Directed by the Brother Quay, known of their stop motion work primarily, with Fourth Wall hosting an exhibition of their sets in 2009.

Fish McGill and Evoker – Corduroy Gallery

Friends of the gallery & amazingly talented artists Fish Mcgill and Evoker team up for new works and an installation at Corduroy Boutique. Dubbed Monster Party, the works are a natural result of the two artists passing characters back and forth between each other.

More Photos & Info at Corduroy’s site

All City Evolution: Fourth Wall

7/17/2010 – 8/15/2010
Fourth Wall Project
Opening Reception 7/24th 9pm – 1am

Visual Art Depicting the Genesis of art, individual and community in Boston by:

John Brewer
Thomas Burns
Robert Gibbs
Ricardo Gomez

All City Evolution is a collection of work by individual artists sharing roots in graffiti and grounded in Boston’s neighborhoods. Comprised of canvases and photographs, the exhibition is documentation of the legacy and development of graffiti in Boston and its future. With graffiti as a starting point, this group of artists expanded into community murals, graphic design, photography as well as outreach youth programs. The central theme of reflection of each artists’ legacy is conveyed as social commentary, documentation of Boston’s art movements and a celebration of hip hop culture.

Fourth Wall Presents : The Brothers Quay

Presented by The Coolidge Corner Theatre, The DORMITORIUM exhibition is organized and originated by the University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

The exhibit will be hosted from May 1st through May 21st, at The Fourth Wall Project, 132 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA 02215.

Gallery Hours are 1pm-7pm, Monday-Saturday.

The extraordinary Quay Brothers are two of the world’s most original filmmakers. Influenced by European writers, composers, and animators – particularly Bruno Schulz, Robert Walser, Kafka, Ladislaw Starewicz, Jan Švankmajer, Janáček, and Stravinsky – the Quays display a passion for detail, a breathtaking command of color and texture, and an uncanny use of focus and camera movement. Filmmaker Terry Gilliam deemed their classic film STREET OF CROCODILES, “one of the ten best animated films of all time”.

Their exquisite body of work includes many stop-action animation shorts, live action feature films, commercials, music videos, an award-winning collaboration with composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, dance films, set designs for theater and opera and an animated dream sequence for Julie Taymor’s film FRIDA. They are currently in production on THE MASK, a film based on the short story by Stanislaw Lem.

This exhibition is in conjunction with the Quay Brothers being awarded the Sixth Annual Coolidge Award.

Dormitorium coincides with the Quay Brothers receiving the Coolidge Award. The awards ceremony will be held at Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St, Brookline | May 6 @ 8 pm; | Tickets for the Awards Ceremony are available directly from the Coolidge.

A special reception with the Quay Brothers in attendance for press and Coolidge Award Event Gold Ticket holders will be held on Tues, May 5 from 7:30 until 9:30 pm at Fourth Wall Project.

For more information, please visit the Coolidge Corner Theatre website.

Figment Boston Fundraiser : Fourth Wall

Fourth Wall is hosting a fundraiser for NY based interactive arts collective FIGMENT on May 15, 7-11pm.

Figment is an interactive art festival that encourages participation, creativity, exploration and enjoyment through any form of art. The Boston event will take place on June 5th along the banks of the Charles River, in conjunction with the Cambridge River Fest and will have over 100 artists participating!

Join us for a celebration of participatory art! Mingle with FIGMENT artists and organizers, enjoy local musicians and performers, and try our signature FIGMENT cocktails. We’ll show the new FIGMENT mini-documentary and preview the art of FIGMENT 2010.

About Figment Boston