Video Magic 782a Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Video Magic is a small video rental and sales shop near the corner of Columbus and Massachusetts avenues. It carries a…More wide selection of movies in various genres. The store also performs money transfers for customers.
Video Transfer 115 Dummer St, Brookline, MA02446 Video Transfer provides video production services such as media conversions and transfers, packaging for CDs and DVDs…More and duplicating files. Check the company's Web site for a comprehensive look at these services, including a terminology guide that will explain a wide range of technical terms.
Samson 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Camilo Alvarez who acts as owner, director, and curator runs Samson. He shows established as well as some emerging…More multi-disciplinary artists. Works range from new media, film, sculpture, photography, video, to performance. Alvarez also sponsors public programs from author readings to dance performances to video screenings. From its inception six years ago, the gallery has showcased the works of Craig Drennen, Steve Locke, Matthew Rich, and Suzannah Sinclair, among others. The gallery also sponsors an artist residency in its basement space, aptly named sub Samson.
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.
Joe Greene Photography 535 Albany St, Boston, MA02118 Joe Green is a photographer for a variety of ad campaigns and publicity photos. His focus ranges from food photography…More -- both stock and specialty photos -- to fashion, technology, still life, editorial photos and more. Mr. Green and his staff will digitally capture photos from video or other sources, and can retouch a photograph to suit your specific needs. Call for more information or visit Joe Green's website to view samples.
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.
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.
Genuine Interactive 500 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Genuine Interactive is a firm of website designers capable of creating interactive, media-rich websites. It will…More discuss all options ahead of time with a client, ensuring that the layout and functionality completely lines up with what what is envisioned. Social media integration is available, linking websites directly to Twitter, Facebook and other sites. It also designs direct mailing catalogs, post cards and advertisements as well as web videos for new media campaigns.
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.
Aspect Magazine 46 Waltham St Ste 208, Boston, MA02118 On Waltham Street in Boston's South End lies an enclave of offices and studios occupied by working artists, architects,…More jewelers and others. Aspect magazine resides on the first floor, in a large studio office where artist and editor-in-chief Michael Mittelman, along with his small crew, creates and produces a bi-annual DVD publication. The seven-year-old magazine represents any and all art that is not print art — i.e. performance, sound, video and kinetic. In addition to art, Aspect features a fellow artist or critic who provides an audio commentary about each piece. The Aspect office is open to the public twice a year during the local South End Open Studios event. Mittelman also displays his own series of Sky Mall art on the office walls.
This colorful and stylish Harrison Avenue boutique is filled with unique Latin American design imports…More hand-selected by owner Frank Campanale. Items on display are constantly changing and feature a mix of contemporary living and dining furniture, paintings and sculpture, home accessories such as hide rugs, fur pillows and throws, colorful ceramic tableware, vintage textiles, jewelry and more.
In the background, Diseño offers a soundtrack of Latin American music videos, from classical to electronic tango, with CDs and DVDs for sale. Most items are imported from Argentina, Campanale's choice destination (stop by for travel tips if you're planning a trip to the area).