Boston-based artist Alexander Golob was born in 1994 in Cambridge, Massachusetts to a bilingual, Italian and Jewish-American household. He has studied art in both Boston and Venice, Italy - from which he takes a great deal of inspiration. It is his mission to create engaging art that expands beyond the walls of a gallery to provoke thought in the public, lifts up viewers, and transforms physical space. Moreover, Alexander is skilled at bringing the often complex process of creating a public artwork to fruition - engaging all stakeholders throughout the development of the artwork. The artist also aims to improve conditions for artists by developing a fair artistic practice.
Past and Upcoming Projects:
His public artworks can be found on both interior and exterior walls of non-profits and companies alike as well as community spaces. Clients range from Boston University, where he has seven permanent works, to the South Middlesex Opportunity Council in Framingham, where he has three permanent works, to restaurants across the Greater Boston area. Upcoming projects include an art show in Wellesley, a public art commission at Brandeis, and an art event at the Peabody Essex Museum. You can find Alexander's artwork on his website (www.AlexanderGolob.com) and his instagram (@AlexanderGolobArt).