Bromfield Art Gallery

South End & Chinatown

The city’s oldest cooperative, this South End gallery hosts solo shows by its members, as well as occasional visitors, with an emphasis on New England artists. The work runs the gamut in terms of media, but you can always expect something challenging or entertaining.

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