Sunday, May 29, 2016

Palm Beach Arts Paper: A New Gallery "..carefully organized to show the potential of the space


The Box Gallery
811b Belvedere Road,
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

www.TheBoxGallery.Info
"In the Heart of the West Palm Beach Cultural Corridor!" 

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by Sandra Schulman
A new multimedia gallery space and a wildly imaginative and interactive installation will rev up the summer arts in West Palm Beach.
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Grand Opening Weekend June 3-5, 2016


"Rolando's arrival on the Palm Beach County art scene has ignited a fire under local artists," she said. "We have a tremendous pool of talent here and only a few places which show local artists. Rolando brought the community together in a positive way and has involved many of the core people involved in the arts as well as bringing  in younger people and emerging  artists." -Katie Deitz, Artist and Art Critic
"Rolando will allow me to approach topics that might be considered controversial!"  -Diane Arrieta, Visual Artist

"This is a real avant garde film screening," he said. "It's very exciting. Nothing like this has happened before in Palm Beach County....The Box Gallery brings a different kind of vibe with it," he said. "It has more of a feel of a Chelsea or SoHo gallery - more serious, purist and cosmopolitan. It definitely fills a role in the local arts community." --Jacques de Beaufort, Curator, Filmmaker and Visual Artist.


“So far we have compiled a very powerful list of performance art, award- winning shorts, a feature-length film, two previews of national projects, previews of national projects not yet released, and more surprises are being developed as the submissions roll in,” Chang Barrero says. “The Box Gallery is created to enhance the burgeoning art scene of Palm Beach County. The 4,000-square-foot space is designed to be flexible to allow, 2D, 3D, performance art, installation art, and time-based arts. With the exception of a photography cove on wheels, which also serves as a projection screen, and 20 chairs, the space is to basically remain as a blank canvas.” -Rolando Chang Barrero


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