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Art openings at Samson and deCordova

From left: Barbara Quiroga, Steve Locke, Karen DeTemple, Ciara Hunt at Samson.

Melissa Ostrow

From left: Barbara Quiroga, Steve Locke, Karen DeTemple, Ciara Hunt at Samson.

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Art lovers and event gurus Ciara Hunt, Barbara Quiroga, and Karen DeTemple hosted a party at Samson gallery on Wednesday night featuring artist Steve Locke, whose show at the Institute of Contemporary Art, “there is no one left to blame,” opens next month. The painter was quizzed during the festivities by gallery owner Camilo
Alvarez
. The night also featured music by DJ Felix Cutillo, and drew a crowd that included ICA Barbara Lee Chief Curator Helen Molesworth and Olivia Ives-Flores of gallery Yes.Oui.Si. . . . In Lincoln, the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum opened its inaugural outdoor exhibition, “Work Out.” The kickoff celebration drew participating artists Jane D. Marsching of Hyde Park, Michael Swaine of San Francisco, and Andi Sutton of Jamaica Plain. Joining them were the show’s curator, Dina Deitsch, and Keith Clougherty, who’s managing a garden that’s part of an installation by participating artist Fritz Haeg.

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