450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

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Bromfield Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday from 12 noon to 5 p.m.—except the gallery is closed the last Sunday of each month for installation. The Gallery is closed on major holidays.

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Founded in 1975, Bromfield Gallery is one of Boston's premier artist-run galleries. With an emphasis on New England artists, Bromfield shows contemporary art in all media, including printmaking, sculpture, painting, and drawing, as well as video, installation, and new media.

The gallery is located in Boston's dynamic SOWA district (South of Washington Street) in the South End, home to over a dozen of the city's contemporary art galleries, along with high-end furniture and design retail, and an array of fine restaurants. Nearby is the Boston Center for the Arts, which showcases visual art, cultural conferences, and independent theater companies. SOWA comes alive during each month's First Friday opening receptions.

Bromfield Gallery's yearly SOLO competition, which awards two solo exhibitions to emerging artists, is a vital platform for New England artists. Other yearly exhibitions include 12x12 Holiday Show in December, and a group show of gallery artists during September's South End Open Studios. Bromfield has three galleries and an extensive flat file.

Submissions for the Visiting Artist program and for membership are juried monthly by the gallery artists. As an artist-run gallery, Bromfield places a premium on exceptional quality and pushing boundaries. Gallery artists range from emerging artists to mid-career artists who hold distinguished teaching positions in the Boston area.


Overview of pedestrian walkway between galleries and stores at Harrison Avenue.


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Exhibitions at Bromfield

Examining Sructures
Robert Campbell, Boston Globe

What Art Has to Say About Artists
Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe

Flying Off the Edges of the Unexpected
Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe

24 Solo Shows
Joanne Mattera Art Blog

Opening Reception for Sally Lutz and Laurie Alpert
South End Patch


Gallery Artists At Large

Jill Weber "Transformation and Perception"at Stephan Stoyanov Gallery
NY Art Beat

Adria Arch's Art Is "On the Mark" at Danforth
Chris Bergeron, MetroWest Daily

Gayle Caruso's Exhibit "I'm a Good Girl"
Salve University Gallery





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