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One of America's most historic cities is also among the most progressive

A leading intellectual and cultural hub, Boston has long been associated with a certain patrician snootiness, yet, thanks to the constant influx of young blood to its numerous universities, it is a centre for fresh ideas and cutting-edge arts. Although its charming old neighbourhoods are impeccably preserved, this is a modern and increasingly style-conscious city, proudly displaying the results of decades of intensive urban regeneration.

Howard Yezerski Gallery

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Howard Yezerski Gallery

Respected gallerist in new territory

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After 15 years on commercial Newbury Street, Howard Yezerski has moved to the grittier SoWa enclave – perhaps a more fitting base for the gallery’s eclectic, challenging roster. The new space opened in November 2008 with an installation by Moroccan-born Lalla Essaydi, who explores themes of female identity in the Arab world.

Other long-standing gallery artists include John O'Reilly, who creates fantastical photo-montages, and abstract painter Paul Shakespear, but Yezerski also nurtures new talent.

Howard Yezerski Gallery
450 Harrison Avenue, at Thayer Street, No.201, Boston
Phone
1 617 262 0550
Website
www.howardyezerskigallery.com
Hours
Open 10am-5.30pm Tue-Sat