Ariel Basson Freiberg is a Boston-based painter whose work explores the accelerators and brakes of sexuality through the body and gestures. Born in Texas of Iraqi/Israeli background, she has a MFA in painting from Boston University and a BA from Smith College. She has had multiple solo and group shows and including exhibitions at Howard Yezerski Gallery, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Samson Projects, Dartmouth College, Tufts Art Gallery, Danforth Museum, Montserrat College of Art and the Art Center of Macedonia. Her work is reviewed in ARTnews, Boston Globe, Big Red and Shiny, and featured in Modern Painters for the Tenot Foundation Bursary for the residency, Camac in France. She received a Vermont Studio Center Fellowship in 2015 and this past year "Amnesia"; was the featured cover of Definitions of Feminine Post Conflict Spaces, published in French and Spanish by Pulim press. In addition, performance and installation, Love Like Salt, was exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in June 2017. Ariel is currently in working on a commission, Ziv, for the MFA Boston, viewable middle of December through the 2018 New Year.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Design and Media Center, lecture Hall
621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
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