Upended: Fountain Street Core Member Exhibition—Mar 5-Mar 28, 2021

The Piano Craft Gallery presents Upended, Fountain Street Gallery Core Member Exhibition

Show Dates: March 5th 2021 - March 28th 2021

 Opening Reception: March 5th, 6-8PM
(social distancing and masks required)
Gallery Hours: Fridays 6-8PM, Saturdays 12-5PM, Sundays 12-5PM

Join us!

Curated by: Kamal Ahmad




Beginning March 5, 2021, the Core Members of Fountain Street will take the floor at Piano Craft Gallery, 793 Tremont Street. “Upended” offers a timely look at the experience of being turned upside down. Fountain Street’s exhibition schedule itself was upended by the coronavirus, as well as by last April’s water main break in Boston’s SoWa District. In this relocated exhibition, artists working in 2D, 3D and time-based media interpret the theme “Upended” in both literal and metaphorical ways.

The exhibition pays tribute to all whose lives and livelihoods have been upended by COVID-19. While artists have been among those disrupted, they are also disruptors by trade. Artists consciously and conspicuously upend familiar patterns and change the way we look at things. They challenge conventions. Unorthodoxies abound. It can be what we look to art for—upsetting the balance, turning something expected on its head. We need art in real time, now as much as ever, to give us new frames of reference, illuminate deeper truths and starker realities, and help us cultivate humor, beauty and grace.


Sarah Alexander, Jim Banks, Kathline Carr, Marie Craig, Patty deGrandpre, Denise Driscoll, Sara Fine-Wilson, Tatiana Flis, Kay Hartung, Georgina Lewis, Virginia Mahoney, Mary Marley, Vicki McKenna, Joel Moskowitz, Chris Plunkett, Ponnapa Prakkamakul, Allison Maria Rodriguez, Alexandra Rozenman, Steve Sangapore, Melissa Shaak, Rebecca Skinner, Sylvia Vander Sluis.


Fountain Street is a contemporary gallery in the SoWa Art + Design District of Boston. We exhibit a wide array of media from over 30 emerging and mid-career artists in both our main and annex galleries. Founded in 2011, our passion has always been about connecting art seekers and makers through thoughtfully curated exhibitions, juried shows, collaborative projects and installations. Our deep commitment to local artists and frequent rotation of new exhibits offers visitors a fresh and dynamic art experience.

The Piano Craft Gallery advances the understanding of contemporary visual and performing arts in the community and promotes artistic purposes through exhibits, performances, lectures, meetings, and seminars in connection with matters of artistic concern.  The Piano Craft Gallery is an all volunteer-run non-profit community gallery space devoted to sharing artists’ work with the public.

The Piano Craft Gallery, dedicated to offering thought-provoking and engaging exhibitions, is a historic Boston landmark located at 793 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.pianocraftgallery.comwww.facebook.com/artpcgboston, or https://www.instagram.com/artpcgboston.