We don’t know what we have until it’s gone. So sayeth Joni Mitchell, and so sayeth us, in regards to the the Art Institute of Boston’s Massachusetts Avenue Storefront Art Project. Ending today, the event features works from community artists in over 22 storefront windows between Porter Square and Harvard. So, the opposite of a parking lot. See it knowing that, ontologically, you have yet to realize that you will experience the sensation of missing it in the future. Unless you haven’t seen it at all. In which case: you suck. Presently.
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