Exhibitions and Events
Solo Exhibition – Vox Clamantis – at Piano Craft Gallery, Boston
Curated by Diana Lada
January 7th-30th, 2022
Opening reception: January 7th, 2022. 6-9pm
The Opioid Spoon Project Fundraiser: January 21 & 22, 6-9pm
Artist Talk: January 29th, 6-9 pm.
More events and details to follow in the coming months with leading artists, academics and notable individuals. Please check back.
Domenic is delighted to announce that two brand new silkscreen prints – ‘Reticent’ and ‘Marching’ – are now available for purchase. The first twenty of each Edition are being offered for sale at a special price with all proceeds going directly to The Opioid Spoon Project, a Registered 501(c)(3) Charity founded by the artist.
Help Support The OSP’s mission to bring accountability to the Architects of the Opioid Crisis and support to all of those affected by this scourge by purchasing one of these stunning artworks today. Each piece is signed and numbered by Domenic Esposito.
Meticulously handcrafted in collaboration with renowned Printmaker Gary Lichtenstein these artworks are inspired by paintings from Domenic’s ongoing ‘Blank Slate’ series.
In the works comprising ‘Blank Slate’ the artist uses depictions of hooded figures to challenge the viewer to engage with ideas of isolation, social-justice, addiction and mental health – issues not only central to his practice, but vitally significant to understanding the strange new world in which we find ourselves.
The first 20 pieces in each Edition are available at a special reduced price exclusively through The Opioid Spoon Project.
March 19, 2012 – Thursday, June 3
We are thrilled to announce Domenic’s participation in the The Equinox— When Light and Dark are Equal Worldwide – NESA’s First Online Juried Prize Show.
Please visit NESA’s website to find out more about this show, curated by Brian Hones of The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
March 6th – March 29th 2021
Domenic is delighted to present a new series of artwork entitled ‘Blank Slate (Tabula Rasa)’ at The Box Gallery. The work comprises sculpture, painting, and drawing as well as pieces which combine two and three-dimensional media.
The Box Gallery, 811 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33405
November 6th to 29th, 2020
Piano Craft Gallery, 793 Tremont Street, Boston.
Domenic’s work was be featured in Speak Up, a Juried Group exhibition organised by Claudia Fiks and Guest Curator Julia Cseko. The exhibition will focus on artworks engaged with a call for action around the most pressing issues of our times.
May 14th, 17.00 – 18.00 EST, via Zoom
Virtual Visit to Domenic’s Boston Studio, facilitated by Pelham Art Center.
April 23rd, 6PM EST, via Instagram Live
Art and Social Activism hosted a virtual studio visit with Domenic via Instagram during which Domenic discussed his artistic practice, the opioid crisis, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on addiction and recovery.
February 7th – February 28th, 2020
Artist Talk: February 27th at 6pm
Canvas Fine Arts
460 Harrison Avenue, Gallery 21 C, Boston, MA 02118
November 12th, 2019
Domenic’s ”Rhodes Spoon” installation outside the HQ of Rhodes Pharma in Coventry, Rhode Island was the Recipient of 2019’s Dorry Award in the category of ‘Public Art of the Year’
Click here to view images of the Installation, and click here to find out more about The Opioid Spoon Project.
January 30th – February 3, 2020
Domenic’s participation in the 2020 Edition of the highly regarded ArtPalmBeach fair included an exhibition of the ‘FDA Spoon’ and Opioid Spoon Editions, as well as a panel discussion and showing of a documentary on the Project.
Domenic’s work won ‘Best in Show’ at this group exhibition. Thematically, it coincided with seasonal gatherings around tables, offering an exploration of sculptural and functional tableware as contemporary carriers of narrative and story – central elements in human gatherings.
991 Tyler Street, Ste. 114
Reel Recovery Film Festival
It was an honor for our short Documentary on the OSP to be shown at the Reel Recovery Film Festival, in Los Angeles and New York in Oct/Nov 2019.
In October 2019, it was a tremendous honor for the FDA Spoon to be presented at Boston University. Co-sponsored by the Boston University Art Galleries, the BU Arts Initiative, and the Department of History of Art & Architecture, at George Sherman Union Plaza (775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston)
Associated events included
July 1st – 3rd 2019
June 13 – 17th 2019
The City Talks – Opioids
Opioids – Express Yourself
June 22 – September 30, 2018