Dear Friends and Art Lovers,

I have been honored and humbled to have spent the last month sharing some of the most personal work I’ve ever created.

Many many thanks to Beacon Gallery, JArts Boston, Meclina, and everyone else who made Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport possible. Thanks also to everyone who has made it out to see the show so far.

There is still time to visit the gallery and many opportunities to learn more about the exhibition and engage with the work both virtually and in person.

Hope to see you there,


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Caron Tabb: Studio Selections

A limited release of original works on paper and canvas are currently available for purchase through the Beacon Gallery website. This release includes a curated selection from my personal collection.

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On View November 5, 2021 - January 17, 2022 at Beacon Gallery

Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport

On View November 5, 2021 - January 17, 2022 at Beacon Gallery

Drawing heavily from core Jewish tenets and my Jewish identity, the conceptual mixed media works in Humanity Is Not a Spectator Sport offer a deep and intimately visual response to a deeply personal reckoning — a reckoning with my personal culpability as a privileged white woman in a deeply inequitable world. The collection aims to present both a self-portrait and a call to action.

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Upcoming Events

Images: Caron Tabb, (first) “Justice Vessels Tzedakah Boxes; Women of Valor; For Ruth,” Etched glass, scorched olive wood from Israel. (second)“Black, White, Asian, or Indigenous. Jew or Arab; We all Bleed The Same Red”, Yarn fabric, leather, nylon, cording, rope, latex paint. 75 x 9 x Varied width. Photos: Julia Featheringhill.


What Now; Making Space

As part of Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport, I offered a wall of the gallery to artist and curator Meclina who has curated a remarkable series of featured local artists. Entitled What Now; Making Space, this exhibition-within-an-exhibition will feature rotating works by the following artists: Nayana LaFond, Kamil Peters, Rob Gibbs, Ibrahim Ali-Salaam, Quincy Harding, Janet Tan, and Meclina

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Follow Along on Instagram

There are more events and happenings related to this work than I can list here. The best way to stay in the know is to follow along on Instagram. I’ll be posting updates of everything related to the show, and you can also get more info by following Beacon Gallery (@beacongallery) as well as the Jewish Arts Collaborative (@JArtsBoston).

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