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Last Chance to See The Beehive’s Sting! XXVI: Body of Light

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Last Chance to See The Beehive’s Sting! XXVI: Body of Light

Celebrate the Closing of the 26th Installment in its Continuing Art Series On Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018, from 6:00PM - 8:00PM, The Beehive will host the closing celebration for the 26th installment in its continuing art series, Sting!, entitled Body of Light. Curated by The Beehive’s co-owner and resident curator Jennifer Epstein, and guest artist and curator Jeff Perrott, whose work is represented by Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York, NY and LaMontagne Gallery in Boston, MA, the exhibit united twelve artists who reimagined figuration and light in these works, and who blurred and complicated representational, abstract, formal and conceptual tropes of the body through painting, constructions, prints, photography, and video installations. Join us at The Beehive for a final celebration with the artists, and enjoy the art, live music, and our always delectable food and libation specials. Sting! XXVI: Body of Light features the work of artists, Furen Dai, Kim Faler, Ariel Freiberg, Jeff Perrott. Joshi Radin, Daniela Rivera, Dianna Vosburg, and Brian Zink, plus print works from Center Street Studio’s Eva Lundsager, Carrie Moyer, Kelly Sherman, and Janine Wong. For more information or to make a reservation, please visit www.beehiveboston.com or call 617.423.0069. The Beehive | 541 Tremont Street | Boston, MA 02116 | 617.423.0069 Tuesday, April 3rd, 2017 | 6:00PM - 8:00PM No cover charge, cash bar. Dinner reservations recommended. The Beehive Sting! Series: The Beehive Sting! Series is an on-going art series that presents the diversity of art now. The goal is to find work of the moment that is engaging, challenging and exciting, providing viewers with a broad exposure to contemporary art and providing artists a chance to get outside of the white box. Unlike a gallery or museum, The Beehive is not limited by the confines of an aesthetic agenda and can select a variety of innovative work.