REMI PICÓ | Untitled Reality

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Remi Picó is an Italian conceptual artist and a scientist living and working in Jamaica Plain, Boston. Remi’s work has been shown internationally at different solo and group exhibitions. In 2015 his conceptual work on language and temporality was selected for a TEDx Talk  at the jpTEDx-Boston, and in 2017 a painting from his Untitled Reality series was acquired for the permanent collection of the Boston Library and is displayed at the Jamaica Plain Branch.

With the series Untitled Reality Remi attempts – both formally and conceptually – to answer the question “how does our idea of reality change when language is transformed, weakened or even silenced?” Whether articulated in painting or 3d installations, Remi’s work points to these questions by portraying spaces in which language evanesces, human conventions disappear and our constructed-reality fades away.



Chris Plunkett

Brian Patrick Adams

Rob Festa

Sean Mick

Brendan Killian

Vincent Crotty



Brian Patrick Adams
is a visual artist, curator and professional art installer. He has been an independent curator and installer for the past 25 years and an artist his entire life. Brian was a Fine Art Major at The Art Institute of Boston. He currently lives and works in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts while exhibiting his work in various group and solo shows. He recently was a finalist for the Faye Chandler Emerging Art Prize which is sponsored by the Boston Mayor’s office and has been interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition in a segment titled “ARTISTS COUNT”. Previous art installation clients include the Fogg Art Museum, Boston College Museum of Art as well as various art spaces throughout the Northeast. He has also been the Exhibit Director of 29 Newbury and James’s Gate Restaurants, and currently of The Gate in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. If you would like to see his art, please visit his website

If you are interested in showing your work or interested in purchasing the work on display, feel free to contact him directly at 617-983-1760.


A selection of current artwork from the gallery: