Located on the first floor of the historic and beautiful Whalers Wharf, Greg Salvatori Gallery is one of the newest spaces in Provincetown, opening doors in Spring 2019. Situated right off Commercial Street, Whalers Wharf is a creative arcade that connects the street to the beach, and is filled with artist studios and independent shops.
Influenced by Greg’s experiences in New York and London, the gallery offers a clean visual space but without an intimidating atmosphere. This summer, the gallery will showcase Greg’s colorful, vibrant photography in both large dramatic prints, and smaller intimate images. He is planning four distinct series, starting in May and continuing through all September. It’s a space dedicated to Greg’s love of dramatic color and beautiful, provocative photographs. Whether in the precise large format prints on the wall, or the specially designed objects in the gallery gift shop, each part of the space is meant to be imaginative and playful.
Future plans include shows that feature international artists and photographers in collective and solo exhibitions. Follow @GregSalvatori on Twitter and Instagram or subscribe below for updates and openings from Provincetown.
WITCH! WITCH! WITCH!
On display at GREG SALVATORI GALLERY till 7/14
Provincetown, MA (June 21th, 2019) - After his strong opening in May, Greg Salvatori is launching his second show on the Summer Solstice, June 21st. The show is another fun and memorable series of anthropomorphic portraits, exploring pagan culture and witchcraft. Each picture is a manifestation of Greg’s imagination. He starts with a vision, an image in his mind. Then he designs the set and the precise lighting. When everything is ready Greg call’s in his “familiar” - Albert the yellow Lab - and the magic happens. This particular series celebrates Greg’s pagan heritage. “There is no better place to create this series,” he said. “Provincetown is a very special place, filled with the mystical and the magical” he added, “You feel it all around you here.”
Provincetown, MA (MAY 17th, 2019) - Greg opens the season poking fun at our leaders with an anthropomorphic portrait series featuring visual metaphors of power. The tone is playful but the question is inevitable: are these leaders of pack, top dogs, or just needy puppies asking for validation?