For Levy, the conscious decision to build her business in Boston was both an economical one and one related to Boston’s unique ability to foster the development of arts entrepreneurs in the early stages of their careers.
A few choice picks of the local visual art splendor that awaits you through spring.
Making a push for public arts in Allston Village
“Everybody who touches it, especially Bostonians, are almost moved by the fact that it’s something more permanent,” Price says of her book’s appeal. “I think that people are moving back towards paper.”
Two new ICA exhibits celebrate living sound + unknown artists of color
Gluckstein’s passion for the preservation and protection of indigenous peoples has driven her career for the past 30 years. Now, she hopes to use her art to raise awareness.
At the core of the exhibit is a meditation on our addiction to self-archiving, and the separate selves that we create and immortalize within the infinite spaces of our connected networks.
Matthew Ritchie closes his expansive ICA residency with an immersive multimedia performance.
After a protracted battle with city licensing boards over permits, the gallery space is shutting down operations effective immediately after less than a year in existence.
"I think that there are many voices waiting to be heard within the arts ..."