Art Living

MASS Beverly opens Art Living, a sprawling gallery dedicated to brutalist art and sculpture, in the formerly deserted building between MASS Beverly and MASS Beverly Outdoors.

The temporary pop-up, curated by MASS Beverly cofounder Mary Ta and artist Mattia Biagi, will host a rotating selection of artists. The 3,000 square foot space launched during Frieze features a selection of pieces from luxury design company Henge as well as bespoke marble furniture and limited edition artwork. The Art + Living concept is an homage to the Brutalist movement of the art and design period that we love so much and which informs so much of what we do at MASS Beverly and how we curate,” says Ta. “We selected pieces based on organic materials like marble and wood mixed with fiberglass to create contrast with a play on a black and white theme.”The opening also also marked U.S. debut of the arresting “Forever Young” sculpture by famed Dutch designer and artist, Maarten Baas. Work by Mattia Biagi, Matthieu Nab, Mark Schrenko, and a cache of intriguing vintage pieces — a giant bison head, two sculptures based on the found on Easter Island, and Wendell Castle Molar Sofa are also a part of the show.
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