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Serving the community since 1936, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art) has been among the first in the city to debut works by impressive artists from Picasso to Warhol. Since its 2006 move to the architecturally stunning new harbor front site, the museum has continued its impressive exhibits of cutting edge of contemporary art in Boston. The facility now houses an amazing permanent collection rife with paintings and video installations, as well as traveling exhibitions showcasing the hottest talents from around the world. ICA is also home to a year-round program of dance, theater and film, and it also sponsors educational programs and off-site art installations and events throughout the community.
Established in 1975, Bromfield Gallery is the seat of contemporary art in Boston's aesthetically-rich SOWA district. A great addition to the likes of Boston Center for the Arts and popular galleries that line Harrison Avenue, this artist-run location showcases the works of established as well emerging artists. Exhibitions include creations in a variety of media - from print, paper and stone to video and digital, and are tastefully displayed in the minimalistic space. The thought-provoking assortment attracts a large number of students, socialites and art aficionados looking for artistic intervention.
Since 1982, the Kingston Gallery has showcased a variety of contemporary multi-media art and exhibitions. Run by the artists themselves through an invitational membership program, this gallery focuses on promoting each others work and encourages growth and creativity. Non-member artists can also have their work featured, which is the gallery's way of advocating new art in the Boston community. This venue is divided into three different sections, the main, center and membership areas where new exhibits can be seen every month.