New Mural Draws Praise, Curiosity At Dewey Square Debut : News Photo

New Mural Draws Praise, Curiosity At Dewey Square Debut

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BOSTON - SEPTEMBER 20: Artist Matthew Ritchie stands in front of and discusses his art. Work is underway on a new mural at Dewey Square Park on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway. The 70x70 mural titled 'Remanence: Salt and Light (Part II),' draws inspiration from Bostons history and waterfront location. The mural was painted by: Matthew Ritchie, Tricia O'Neill, Steve Brettler, Noella Cotnam, Christine Hogman, Loraine Lamb LaLonde, and Nelson Licona. The mural marks the start of Ritchies ambitious, 18-month residency at the ICA organized by Jenelle Porter, ICA Mannion Family Senior Curator that encompasses several major works and will activate the entire museum through installation, sound, performance, and video. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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BOSTON - SEPTEMBER 20: Artist Matthew Ritchie stands in front of and discusses his art. Work is underway on a new mural at Dewey Square Park on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway. The 70x70 mural titled 'Remanence: Salt and Light (Part II),' draws inspiration from Bostons history and waterfront location. The mural was painted by: Matthew Ritchie, Tricia O'Neill, Steve Brettler, Noella Cotnam, Christine Hogman, Loraine Lamb LaLonde, and Nelson Licona. The mural marks the start of Ritchies ambitious, 18-month residency at the ICA organized by Jenelle Porter, ICA Mannion Family Senior Curator that encompasses several major works and will activate the entire museum through installation, sound, performance, and video. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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Artist Matthew Ritchie stands in front of and discusses his art Work... News Photo 181477346Artist,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Boston - Massachusetts,Discussion,Horizontal,Massachusetts,Stand,USAPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2013 - The Boston GlobeBOSTON - SEPTEMBER 20: Artist Matthew Ritchie stands in front of and discusses his art. Work is underway on a new mural at Dewey Square Park on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway. The 70x70 mural titled 'Remanence: Salt and Light (Part II),' draws inspiration from Bostons history and waterfront location. The mural was painted by: Matthew Ritchie, Tricia O'Neill, Steve Brettler, Noella Cotnam, Christine Hogman, Loraine Lamb LaLonde, and Nelson Licona. The mural marks the start of Ritchies ambitious, 18-month residency at the ICA organized by Jenelle Porter, ICA Mannion Family Senior Curator that encompasses several major works and will activate the entire museum through installation, sound, performance, and video. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)