We’re excited to announce our third pop up exhibition in Boston, MA. Please join us November 7th through the 19th at 220 Newbury Street where we’re open everyday from 11am – 6 pm. Come celebrate the temporary gallery with a public reception on Friday, November 10th from 6 – 9 pm.

We’re expanding our mission into Boston as we bring emerging talents and nationally acclaimed artists to our temporary space on Newbury Street.  This two week exhibition highlights our collection with works by Andras Bality, Isabel Bigelow, Nell Blaine, Nancy Blum, Sally Bowring, Steven Cushner, Andrea Donnelly, David Freed, Ron Johnson, Alex Katz, Sally Mann, Brittany Nelson, Eva Rocha, Dorothea Rockburne, Richard Roth, Joel Shapiro, Robert Stuart, Donald Sultan, Leigh Suggs, Javier Tapia, Heide Trepanier, Jack Wax, and others.

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Please join us for an artist talk with Nancy Blum on Saturday, November 4 at 10 am. Nancy will discuss her recents works in the exhibition, as well as her newly published monograph, which will be available at the gallery. There will be coffee and light refreshments.

Please join us for the opening of two solo exhibitions on Friday, November 3 from 7 – 9 pm. Brooklyn-based artist Nancy Blum exhibits wildly intricate floral drawings in her show, New Work. In Theorems and Poems, Andrea Donnelly uses the loom to create abstract threaded works both geometric and lyrical. Both exhibitions brim with energy and subtle luminosity yet distinguish themselves in material and concept.

Following the opening, the gallery will host an artist talk with Nancy Blum on Saturday, November 4 at 10 am. The shows continue through December 22, 2017.

Please join us for the opening of two exhibitions on Friday, September 15 from 7 – 9 pm at the gallery. One side of the gallery exhibits Nell Blaine’s oil paintings and watercolors, while the other gallery side presents oil works by Biala and Louisa Matthiasdottir. The shows open Friday, September 15 and continue through October 27, 2017.
The exhibitions commemorate these female leaders of 20th century contemporary art across Europe and the U.S. Originating from Poland, Iceland, and Richmond, Biala, Matthiasdottir, and Blaine were unified by their Abstract Expressionist style, a keen eye, and fluid interpretation. With their own distinct styles, they captured scenes of rolling hills, floral bouquets, or a tile floor with simple brushwork and harmonious colors, imparting a sense of security and candor in the post-war age.

CURRENT Art Fair at Main Street Station

CURRENT Art Fair Preview Party at Main Street Station

Opening Reception for Eva Rocha’s and Steven Cushner’s respective exhibitions