Best of Boston

Best Gallery

1987 Best Gallery, City

Mario D’Iacono Gallery

D'Iacono's international reputation as a poet and thinker brings the work of world-class painters to his new, sophisticated gallery in the Fenway. read more»
1987 Best Gallery, Suburban

The Clark Gallery

Owner Meredyth Hyatt Moses's consistently accurate eye for Boston's best emerging painters and sculptors make the trip so far from Newbury Street worth the effort. read more»
1987 Best Gallery, Avant-garde

She’s Leaving Home

Poetry, performance art, and Brazilian food (what else?) upstairs, next-wave music below. When it happens, it happens. read more»
1986 Best Gallery, Exhibit

Francesca Woodman’s Photographic Works at the Wellesley College Art Museum

An astonishingly mature and profound exploration of female identity from a young artist who committed suicide at the age of 22. read more»
1986 Best Gallery, New

Harris Brown

Pioneering South End gallery devoted to works by major black artists. read more»
1981 Best Gallery, Museum

DeCordova Museum

Stylish, excellent exhibitions, and a new commitment to contemporary art. read more»
1981 Best Gallery, Photo

Carl Siembab

Tony photographs in a gallery owned by a man passionate about the art form. read more»