Helen Frederick’s “Primordial Forest Shadows” (2015) captured by Instagrammer @mycelium_rhizoid
This month’s ArtGrams focuses on visitor photos of Helen Frederick’s Intersections installation Acts of Silence. The exhibition responds to works by Morris Graves from the Phillips’s permanent collection and addresses the endangerment and degradation of the environment.
From Instagrammer @iambanafsheh: “Making my own art with the art pieces & my muse, @mharnal.” Reflection off of Morris Graves’s “Weather Prediction Instruments for Meteorologists,” installed in Acts of Silence
Instagrammer @miadesi took this picture of Frederick’s “Trees Darker Than the Night” (2015) at February’s Phillips after 5
@itsartprofessorjess focused on Frederick’s four pulp paintings, “Phenomenal Space” (2015)
Profile of @daenerjess_targaryen in Frederick’s “Acts of Silence” video and sound installation, for which the exhibition is named
Installation view of the Acts of Silence exhibition captured by @gypsielaydee
Frederick’s “Primordial Forest Shadows” from below by @neagley
Detail of Frederick’s “Trees Darker Than the Night” by @clairesgould
From @sarahrose_t, who snapped this photo at February’s Phillips after 5: “Being artsy. #datenight #freewine #haze”
This shot of Frederick’s “Phenomenal Space” by @dnl340 captures the dark ambience of the galleries
Of his artistic process, mural artist James Bullough says, “Every wall is a slightly different process…I normally start with the dark areas and work toward the light areas and just kind of move like a printer from one section of the painting all the way down.” Read more about the mural, and parts one and two of a larger interview with Bullough.
Barbara Liotta’s Crenae, as photographed by Instagrammer @paulinaaalcocer
It’s the final week to see Intersections@5: Contemporary Art Projects at the Phillips. This month’s ArtGrams features some of our favorite creative visitor photos of one of the most popular works in the exhibition, Barbara Liotta’s Crenae.
Photo by Instagrammer @polozova_n
Via Instagrammer @gennainblue: “Great contemporary art saw many favorites and made me rethink my greens in my own paintings.”
Via Instagrammer @stbutts: “Sunday zen.”
Via Instagrammer @theclarelife: “Once or twice a week I drop everything to go to the woods or an art museum. A personal development day. It’s a time to wander the world without agenda and immerse my senses. I leave with fresh eyes and ears. How do you guys drop into yourselves in new ways?”
Via Instagrammer @admiring_art