Special Projects

Golob art offers a wide array of fine art and creative services to help lift people up, provoke thought, and transform spaces.

Post-Cubicle Gallery

Located in Boston's busy Kenmore Square, in collaboration with Hotel Buckminster, Post-Cubicle Gallery is a space organized by local artists Alexander Golob, Edie Côté and Danielle Pratt. Formerly an abandoned cat hospital, Post-Cubicle Gallery has transformed over 2000 sq feet into a welcoming place for all artists and visitors alike to express themselves.

Post Cubicle Gallery

Through the Looking Glass

This multi-artist show, held Friday, May 19th, 2017, featured works that create a surreal, dissonance-inducing, and awe-inspiring space that focus on the Wellesley community and its context in society. The show takes inspiration from Joseph Campbell's The Hero With a Thousand Faces to organize itself in a manner that evokes a journey of self-realization.

Through the Looking Glass

#theSnapGallery Series

#theSnapGallery is an artistic investigation into the growing influence of the internet and social media on how we form interpersonal relationships, express ourselves, and form communities.

#TheSnapGallery - Series

Venezia

Since its onset, Venice has always occupied a unique position - in history, in commerce, and in culture. Caught on the edges of many worlds, Venice has always taken bits and pieces of other civilizations to create and cultivate its own unique identity.

This installation aims to confuse, to blur, and to elaborate upon Venice’s many - sometimes - conflicting identities. As both a citizen of the United States and Veneto, Italy, I feel myself caught distinctly between these identities, confronting Venice as both a visitor and a citizen. My work draws on the Venetian tradition of creating an immediate visual effect while also establishing several overlapping and sometimes contradicting meanings.

Venezia

Around the Table

A new community-driven project at the intersection of art, food, and identity

Around the Table explores the intersection of food, art, and identity by creating a installations that embody the culinary diaspora and by hosting a series of community events in collaboration with local chefs to engage people with intertwining stories and cuisines. The installation will include custom-created tableware with community-gathered stories etched into the table and chairs. Around the Table will serve as a space to build community, elevate marginalized experiences, and enjoy good food.

Around the Table