Gallery Anthony Curtis

In the Press

Boston Globe Sidekick: Gallery Pick, February 8, 2008, Meredith Goldstein

Spiritual Life: Artist Expresses Peace using Buddhas, Rich Barlow
Boston Globe January 19, 2008

Artscope Magazine May 2007 Cover
Patrons of the arts usually don't walk into a gallery and promptly plop themselves on the floor to meditate in front of the paintings. But then few galleries would advertise an exhibit as a "meditative shrine," as Gallery Anthony Curtis, near Boston's South Station, is doing with its "Buddha Room." ....

Exhibition Review: "This Is About Us
Boston Globe July 26, 2007

Artscope Magazine May 2007 Cover
It's elemental Gallery Anthony Curtis opened last spring with a focus on Australian and Oceanic art, but owners Anthony Shu and Curtis Rudbart also have a taste for contemporary American work. In "This Is About Us," produced in association with the Massachusetts Audubon Society, two area artists, painter Kathleen Cammarata and ceramicist Nancy Selvage, use landscape to comment on the state of the world ....

Art New England August 2007 issue

Artscope Magazine July 2007 Cover

Gallery Anthony Curtis opened this March on South Street near Boston's Chinatown. Its roomy storefront revives a tradition of art galleries on the street, which was once an alternative to Newbury Stret, before SoWa transformed the South End. ....

Artscope July 2007 issue

Artscope Magazine July 2007 Cover

Gallery Anthony Curtis, 186 South Street, Boston, has teamed up with the Mass Audubon Society for its next exhibition. "Kathleen Cammarata and Nancy Selvage: This is about us" opens on July 10 and continues through August 4. Cammarata's recent paintings study how humans affect the planet, whether by plan or through overuse of its resources. ....

Artscope May 2007 issue

Artscope Magazine May 2007 Cover

The opening of the Gallery Anthony Curtis in March corrected a long-standing omission from the New England gallery scene. When it opened its doors, it became the only commercial art gallery in New England that exhibits antique and contemporary art from Asia and Oceania

This "pioneering experiment," as co-owner Anthony Shu describes it, merged Shu’s passion for Asian art and artifacts and partner Curtis Rudbart’s reverence for Australian aboriginal objects. ....

Gallery Pick
Boston Globe March 29, 2007