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History of Alternative spaces run by James Hull

Beginning with the King Plow Sculpture show in 1991 and later the Block Candy Art Gallery across from The Atlanta Contemporary (Formerly Nexus) James has continued making art happen in more places in Boston too. Moving to Boston in 1996, he continued working the Midtown Plaza Galleries in Atlanta remotely (lots of plane fights too) until 1998. Green Street Gallery began in December 1997, and the first exhibition opened in early 1998.

Laconia Gallery

Since 2007 James Hull has been Director and Curator of the Laconia Gallery, an artist-run, non-profit 501 C (3) alternative space in Boston's South End.

BU Art Gallery

As Interim Gallery Director for BU, James organized the HUGE 6oth anniversary exhibition: Convergence in the vaunted 808 space in 2014 and the Faculty show as well as the usual slate of exhibits during the 9 months he was Director.

Gallery @ Green Street later named Green Street Gallery was located in the Green Street MBTA Station on the Orange line, in Jamaica Plain Boston. The space was "a Hotbed of art and neighborhood activity"says Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe - and the winner of Best Art Gallery several times over. 

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