Laconia Gallery 433 Harrison Ave # End, Boston, MA02118 Laconia Gallery is owned by the Laconia Artists Corporation, a non-profit organization that works to promote the arts…More in the South End and the wider Boston area. The group provides non-commercial exhibit space to local artists and arts non-profits. The gallery hosts a wide range of events and shows, including artist exhibitions, video installations, art shows, lectures and more. Visit Laconia Gallery's website for a schedule of upcoming shows, or call if you are interested in showing art or curating an exhibit.
Gold Gallery 655-659 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Gold Gallery is an art gallery displaying a wide variety of contemporary pieces. It features emerging and…More mid-career artists from around the world, with a particular focus on Boston. The space is designed to assist both the new and seasoned collector. The owner and director pride themselves in being very approachable and encourage visitors to come in and learn about art.
Chase Young Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Chase Young Gallery is located in a beautiful alleyway off of Harrison Avenue; art studios, galleries and shops line the…More streets of this artists' sanctuary. This is one of the newest galleries in the area, opened in August of 2010 by contemporary artist Jane Young. Different artists are featured here for weeks at a time. Tracy Ziegler will be featured for most of the month of September, selling some of her oil on panel pieces. The gallery can help you set up and organize your own art collection by planning out the details for you. If you cannot find something you like in this gallery, Chase Young Gallery can help you find something elsewhere within your budget.
Jules Place Gallery 1200 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 This gallery exhibits the work of more than 50 artists in displays that rotate every six weeks. Julie Mussafer operates…More the gallery with her combined knowledge of interior design, retail and art. Residential art consultations are available by appointment. Exhibited works range from paintings and photographs to sculptures and various paper pieces.
Walker Contemporary 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 The Boston art world loves something new. So when gallery owner Stephanie Walker returned to Boston from California (and…More brought contemporary, West Coast art back with her) naturally, there was a buzz. Walker displays these artists in her gallery for, say, 6-8 weeks, but the funny part is that in the back of her open, minimalist gallery the most talked about part of her space is the small back hallway, lined with some mixed media art.
Soprafina Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Soprafina Gallery was founded in 2001 by Frank Roselli. Showing artists range from paint and paper-based work to…More sculpture. The Gallery also offers both residential and commercial space art consulting.
Boston Sculptors Gallery 486 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Located in the South End, the Boston Sculptors Gallery offers patrons a variety of sculpture exhibits, hosting two solo…More shows each month showcasing a rotation of 34 local artists. A portfolio of past shows held at this cooperative art gallery is available on its website. Two hours of free, validated parking is available in the lot behind the gallery.
Color Circle Art Publishing 791 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Located in the Piano Craft Building, Color Circle Art is the studio and gallery of Paul Goodnight, a local artist who…More paints and works with mixed media.
Howard Yezerski Gallery 460 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Howard Yezerski boasts more than 25 years in the Boston art scene. His newest space, located in the newly-renovated…More complex at 460 Harrison, is stunning with high ceilings and an entire wall of windows. Here, Yezerski and gallery director Sasha Goldman curate shows of contemporary paintings, photographs and sculptures, among other works. The gallery is open to all kinds of art whether it be video, abstract or figurative pieces.
Carroll and Sons Art Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Carroll and Sons is an art gallery whose mission is to promote lesser-known contemporary artists who work in painting,…More photography, sculpture, video and works on paper.
NK Gallery, known as NKG, is the brainchild and passion of partners Natacha Sochat & Kathy Halamka. The gallery…More shows the work of a range of contemporary artists, in mediums that include sculpture, multi-media, painting and printmaking. The partners' steadfast approach is to give "equal value to the mind and to the hand", and to create a space where life and art can celebrate diversity.
NKG does not accept unsolicited submissions from artists.
Galatea Fine Art 460 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Galatea is the newest of the four cooperative galleries in the SOWA district. The work is from 54 area artists and the…More shows rotate in configuration: solo, two-person and group shows are all in rotation. Additionally, the gallery divides into three rooms, allowing additional flexibility and the possibility for outside shows.
Soprafina Gallery 55 Thayer St, Boston, MA02118 The Soprafina Gallery, co-managed by husband and wife team Frank Roselli and Ann Gallagher. shows contemporary fine art…More paintings, works on paper and sculpture by established as well as some emerging artists. From its inception nine years ago, the gallery has showcased the works of Catherine Kernan, Jennifer Caine, Dmitri Cavander, Nona Hershey, Robin Reynolds, Michael Palmer and Nan Tull, among others. The gallery installs eight to 10 exhibits a year in its well-lit airy space; it is not currently accepting unsolicited artist submissions.
Gallery Kayafas is owned and run by art collector Arlette Kayafas, who has collected artwork with her husband Gus…More since before 1970. The gallery has been in business since 2003 and in its present location on Thayer St. off Harrison Ave. in Boston's South End since 2008.
It showcases the work of a range of contemporary artists, mostly in photography. Kayafas Gallery occasionally shows works chosen by guest curators and works by both established and newly emerging artists. Past shows have included the work of Jules Aarons, Harry Callahan, and Aaron Siskind, among many others.
Vessels Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 At Roberta Tunnard's Vessels Gallery you will find a curated array of sculptural art pieces as well as functional…More pottery such as bowls and platters. She stocks her shelves with American, Japanese and European artists, who use an assortment of techniques including raku and high-fired porcelain. You are encouraged to gently touch and look at pieces from every angle, by doing this you can truly enjoy the nuanced beauty brought forth by the union of clay, glaze and fire.
Boston Center for The Arts 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 First established in the late 1960s, the Boston Center for the Arts has grown to become one of Boston's premier venues…More for the performing and visual arts, offering a wide range of exhibits and live performance, enticing for anyone who might be culturally curious. The BCA complex covers four acres of land in the heart of the South End. The BCA houses such spaces as the Cyclorama, Mills Gallery and numerous theatre spaces that are host to many of Boston's theatre companies, including the Huntington, Speakeasy and Company One, among many others.
Carroll and Sons 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Carroll and Sons displays works from New England artists. Gallery owner Joseph Carroll says that he likes to…More showcase art with both a concept and a purpose, and selects artists of all mediums with that criteria in mind. This means that Carroll's gallery may change dramatically from one showing to the next--from photographs and sculptures one month to a video installation the next.
Gurari Collections 460 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Originally opened on Charles Street in 1999, owner and antique dealer Russ Gerard recently relocated his gallery to…More the more spacious SoWa location. One of the more eclectic SOWA offerings, Gurari offers a museum-quality collection of antiquarian and contemporary arts from the 17th century up to present time. According to the staff, the space celebrates the meeting of art and science as played out in architecture, urbanism, fantasy and all sorts of unusual objects.