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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 ivy league character, yet, thanks to the constant influx of young blood to its numerous universities, it is a center for fresh ideas and cutting-edge arts. Although its charming old neighborhoods are impeccably preserved, this is a modern and increasingly style-conscious city, proudly displaying the results of decades of intensive urban regeneration.

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Chase Gallery

Chase Gallery

Established in 1990

Established in 1990 Editors' Note

Chase Gallery has recently moved from its old Newbury Street location, and its new headquarters do not disappoint. An expansive street-facing picture window gives artists a stunning showcase for bustling foot traffic to gawp at.

Best known for showing work in a variety of different media by renowned national artists, the Chase Gallery also prides itself on helping up-and-coming artists from the local area, such as Melora Kuhn and Steve Hollinger, to gain a foothold on the aspirational strip.

Chase Gallery
450 Harrison Avenue, MA 02118 Boston
10.30am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5.30pm Sat.