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Harvard Extension School
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January 15, 2010
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Damien Hirst, Kandinsky, Pollock, Fischel, Kusama and many others.
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Press Release: Khaki and Ringdahl Group Exhibition



K   H   A   K   I       G   A   L   L   E   R   Y

460 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118

 617-423-0105 and 781-237-1095





November 2011                         





Exhibition December 1 – 31, 2011

Opening Reception – Friday, December 2, 2011

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Khaki Gallery of Boston, MA: is pleased to present “Khaki and Ringdahl Group Exhibition”, featuring Nahid Khaki’s latest sculptural installation of an artificial crowd of over 40 human-like figures layered in female clothing, mostly headless except for their scarves which cover the top portion of their structures. Some are covered with veils made of wire mesh, a symbolic reference to lack of freedom of expression and inequality for women in the Middle East.


Nahid Khaki is an Iranian-born artist who has lived in the United States since the early 1970s. 


A peek preview of J.R. Ringdahl’s exploratory sculptural works “The Bog Series” is a colorful and provocative statement about life, death and the unseen energy that is the life force. A force that cannot be destroyed but only changes form is examined in his art.  Moving from youth towards death, a documentation of the stages of deterioration of the physical form is profound and sometimes disturbing.  Ringdahl provides a forum to view the natural order of the universe.


J.R. Ringdahl an American born artist from a long lineage of Swedish artists, currently has a solo exhibition at the Milton Art Museum in Canton, MA.

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At 12:23 on December 14, 2012, Greg Farndon said…

Many thanks for taking time to look & i'm glad you liked my work. Have a wonderful Christmas, Greg.



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