Pinkcomma Gallery

Chris Grimley from over,under emailed me to announce that the multi-disciplinary design firm is opening a new gallery, Pinkcomma Gallery. For the sake of (my) convenience, here is the press release:

Please join us on September 15 and 16th for the opening of the
Pinkcomma Gallery as well as a chance to see office space of our
firm, over,under. Pinkcomma is a new gallery dedicated to showcasing
the emerging design culture in the Boston area. We will be hosting
our first exhibition this weekend for South End Open Studios, with
support from ArchitectureBoston and the Boston Society of Architects.

The show includes reproductions of design sketches from Boston City
Hall’s original architects as well as the work of five emerging
design firms that have created proposals for rethinking the structure
as it stands today. See the attached invitation for more information
or visit our website. We are located near the corner of Wareham and
Albany Streets. Look for the big pink sign.

Pinkcomma Gallery + over,under
81B Wareham Street
Boston, MA 02118
617-426-4466
www.pinkcomma.com

Open Studio Weekend Hours: September 15-16, 11-6pm
Opening Event: Saturday, September 15, 6-8pm
On view through October 5 during weekday business hours and by
appointment.

Feel free to email us if you have questions. We all look forward to
seeing you soon!

Chris Grimley
grimley@overcommaunder.com

Mark Pasnik
pasnik@overcommaunder.com

Rami el Samahy
elsamahy@overcommaunder.com

Roberto de Oliveira Castro
deoliveira@overcommaunder.com

This sounds like a great show. I’m going to stop by on Sunday. If you go, let me know what you think!

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  • Traci

    i attended the reception and it was packed when i got there. interesting ideas on how to soften and make city hall (and the plaza) more appealing.

    and the over,under and etcetera media space looked great.

  • Traci

    i attended the reception and it was packed when i got there. interesting ideas on how to soften and make city hall (and the plaza) more appealing.and the over,under and etcetera media space looked great.

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