Talking Pictures
7:00 PM19:00

Talking Pictures

Cary is working on a retrospective book including 50 years of photographs and the stories behind the images. Greg Nikas of Sweethaven Gallery and the North Shore Photography Lecture Series has invited Cary to preview the project at the Firehouse Center for the Arts. Cary offers a window the challenges of creating photographic coverages for National Geographic magazine.  

Event: An evening lecture by Cary Wolinsky
When: April 4, 2019
Where: Firehouse Center for the Arts
Market Square | Newburyport, Massachusetts
When: 7-8:30 PM.


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Visual Memory
3:00 PM15:00

Visual Memory

Cary’s Exhibition at Pucker Gallery

Cary is editing a retrospective book including 50 years of his photographs and the stories behind the images.
VISUAL MEMORY is a preview exhibition of this work in progress.

PUBLIC OPENING: Saturday, December 1, 2018
Where: Pucker Gallery, 240 Newbury St., 3rd floor, Boston, MA
When: 3-6 PM.
The exhibition runs through January 6th, 2019

Thursday, December 13, 2018
Where: Pucker Gallery, 240 Newbury St., 3rd floor, Boston, MA
When: 6-8 PM.

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Fiber of Life
2:00 PM14:00

Fiber of Life

Exhibition and Talk at the Fuller Craft Museum

Please join us for a conversation about the world of textile cultures with National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky at a special reception at 2PM and a talk at 3PM on November 6th at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA. For more than thirty years, in 24 countries, Wolinsky has documented the cultures of textiles resulting in five classic National Geographic photographic essays about textiles.

Photographs from Cary Wolinsky's Fiber of Life Series, will be on display at the Fuller Craft Museum from October 8, 2016 through February 26, 2017.

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Anatomy of a Story
7:00 PM19:00

Anatomy of a Story

A Conversation with National Geographic Photographer Cary Wolinsky

at the Nantucket Atheneum

National Geographic magazine stories…where do the ideas come from? What really goes on in the field? How does a story work its way through the National Geographic article-making apparatus toward ink on paper?

Cary Wolinsky offers a behind-the-scenes look at how he created articles for the magazine published in 34 languages, read by 30 million people.

Wolinsky's stories are frank, intimate and alive. He covers subjects are as diverse as the cutting diamonds, preparing the human body for space travel, insects that drink fog, and the toad that conquered Australia.  His stunning photographs are the culmination of more than 30 years of travel to Europe, Africa, Russia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Peru, India, China and Japan.

For the armchair traveler this is great fun. For those who are itching to go themselves, bring a notebook.


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TRIIIBE presents Daniel Kelm at Gallery Kayafas
6:00 PM18:00

TRIIIBE presents Daniel Kelm at Gallery Kayafas

Gallery Kayafas, 450 Harrison Ave #37, Boston, MA

Daniel Kelm, who is known for his innovative bindings, has collaborated with many fine artists who wish to put their original prints into a book structure. Among them is TRIIIBE for whom he created the binding for Fine Wallpaper. Kelm will address functionality (movement that enhances the aesthetic experience) as well as archival considerations. Don't miss this opportunity to explore your book ideas at Gallery Kayafas.

Visit Daniel Kelm's website to see his work with TRIIIBE

View Yari Wolinsky's Fine Wallpaper movie

Gallery Kayafas

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TRIIIBE: same difference
to Jun 5

TRIIIBE: same difference

at the Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA

View Articles in the Sentinel & Enterprise News, in the Worcester Telegram and on NPR's The ARTERY

Fueled by a common interest in identity, performance artists Alicia, Kelly, and Sara Casilio (identical triplet sisters) and National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky joined forces in 2006 to form TRIIIBE - an artistic collective that often expands to include family, friends, and fellow artists.  TRIIIBE's painstakingly staged photographs, performances, and videos play up the sameness of the sisters to provoke cultural conversations about gender, equality, and difference, while traversing hot-button social and political issues.  Behind each TRIIIBE endeavor is a clever, satirical, and egalitarian exchange of ideas and an elaborate cluster of costumes, wigs, props, and make-up.

The Fitchburg Art Museum is honored to share
TRIIIBE: same difference with our audiences and grateful to the artists and Arlette Kayafas of Gallery Kayafas in
Boston, MA for making this show possible.

TRIIIBE: same difference is organized by Curator Mary M. Tinti and Koch Curatorial Fellow Emily M. Mazzola and has been supported by a
grant from the Artist's Resource Trust.

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