Dana Salvo, artist, owner, and Director of the Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA, will review the portfolios of five PRC members on Monday, November 19th, from 1-5 p.m, at Lesley University’s Lunder Arts Center. Sign-up for members via email begins Monday, November 5th.
A benefit of PRC membership, the PRC Portfolio Review Program offers a variety of experience, aesthetic sense, focus, and expertise. Learn more about the program and how to sign up here.
DATE: Monday, November 19th, 1-5pm
REVIEWER: Dana Salvo, owner of Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA
SIGN UP: Enter the review lottery via email starting Monday, November 5th (more on how to sign up here). If you get a slot, it will be confirmed via email.
LOCATION: Conference Room 119 is on the 1st floor and Bruce Myren will greet you there. Lunder Arts Center, 1801 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02140
ABOUT THE REVIEWER
Dana Salvo is both a gallerist and artist. He is the co-owner of Clark Gallery, one of New England’s leading contemporary art galleries. He advises new and established collectors, museums, and public and private corporations in acquiring works of art.
Salvo is also a nationally recognized photographer and scholar. He has been the recipient of two awards from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and Fulbright Scholar Award, along with other grants and fellowships. His work is represented in numerous collections including: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, and The Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He is the author of Home Altars of Mexico (University of New Mexico and Thames and Hudson).
Established in 1976, Clark Gallery is a member of the Boston Art Dealers Association and located just outside Boston in Lincoln, MA, an area known for its rich cultural offerings. The gallery exhibits work in all media by emerging, mid-career and established artists from the Northeast and nationally. Clark Galley also offers space rental for corporate and charity events.
You can follow Dana Salvo on Instagram.
Images: Logo, gallery shot by Ken McGagh, Metro West Daily News, and installation images from the Clark Gallery website as well as the cover of Home Altars of Mexico.