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Nate Peracciny's photographs at Allen Street Hardware

Things & People He Shot Today

Nate Peracciny’s photographs inaugurate new gallery at Allen Street Hardware

Allen Street Hardware, for anyone who doesn’t know it already, is a bar and restaurant with a busy schedule of music events and art exhibitions. While it’s a strong venue for music, the art, as is often the case in Buffalo restaurants, sometimes has been marginalized along the walls, without much curatorial input.

Owner Mark Goldman has changed that with a renovated space two doors to the rear of the building. Clean and well lighted with its own entrance and large by Allentown gallery standards, this is a room with lots of wall area for art and plenty of space for a band to set up. Part of the wall will be left raw brick; the rest will be wallboard, firm and smooth.

The first exhibit, a show of photographs by local artist Nate Peracciny, opened Wednesday, January 16. The show, titled Things and People I Shot Today, is Peracciny’s first public exhibit, and comprises the people, culture, and landscapes of Buffalo.

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