Enjoy unlimited access: just £1 for 12 weeks

Subscribe now

The only show of its kind in New England, it features some 40 galleries from across the USA and Europe, although around half of the exhibitors are from New England.

Among the European galleries are Gladwell & Co from London, the busy City-based family firm who recently took over W.H. Patterson in Albermarle Street, W1, and Impressions de France from Toulouse, whose forte is emerging French painters. Show producer Tony Fusco says: “Bostonians are diverse collectors and we try to ensure that the show has something for everyone, at all price points.”

The stock certainly is diverse with specialist exhibitors like Jeanne Davidson from New York with modern Japanese prints, Gallery Alina from Massachussetts with Zimbabwean sculpture and Home and Away from Maine with Inuit art.

Admission is $10.