Mar 26, 2014
Yellow Peril participated in their second edition of SCOPE in New York and outsold several international peers and gained new collectors from three continents, proving that size and location doesn’t matter when Hope is the anchor.
Mar 22, 2014
“Community in Focus: Photographs and Stories of Olneyville” is an oral history and photo exhibit showcasing the diverse culture and history of the Olneyville community.
Mar 16, 2014
Bradley Wester’s newest body of work, a hybrid-practice that combines painting, drawing, sculpture and digital imaging into larger works and installations with unique reference to color and light and to physical space, opens April 24th
Feb 26, 2014
"Cultural Hegemony" at SCOPE New York 2014 features artists whose body of work is rich in social context and investigates ideas of right and wrong, beautiful and ugly, just and unjust, and possible and impossible in a quietly confident manner.
Feb 02, 2014
From an autobiographical point of view, "RETROPICAL” by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez explores the subaltern identity of a Caribbean native living in New England.
Jan 06, 2014
An exploration of the pleasures of the whimsical, macabre, grotesque and glamorous by New Bedford-based artist Jennifer Avery. Art practice as identity and obsession is at the core: 2-D dolls, 3-D dolls, paper dolls, glass dolls.
Nov 01, 2013
"Model Minority" presented by Yellow Peril Gallery at SCOPE Miami Beach 2013 features 10 artists whose body of work is not marginalized by society's definitions of success, beauty and power
Oct 01, 2013
First contemporary art gallery in Rhode Island invited as Partner
Oct 01, 2013
"theory of everything" is a 55% facetious, 45% serious exploration of existence by Providence-based sculptor Jamey Morrill at Yellow Peril Gallery
Sep 05, 2013
Guest Curated by Brooke Erin Goldstein, “Nature Contained” is a one-night-only event featuring artists working with nature as a medium or subject matter at The Plant Courtyard in Olneyville.