We are delighted to announce we will be exhibiting at the Boston International Fine Art Show this October 24-27, 2019.
About the show
The Boston International Fine Art Show is New England’s premier show and sale of historic, modern and contemporary fine art. It will be held in the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts, and will exhibit more than 8,000 original works of art for sale, priced from a few hundred dollars to more than $1 million. Over the weekend attendees can also enjoy lively discussion panels and talks from selected art experts.
There will also be a Gala Preview on the 24th from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, called “one of the highlights on the city’s cultural calendar”. Gala ticket holders will be given first choice of more than 3,000 original works of art, while enjoying an elegant evening of fine food, wine and live music by Lihi Haruvi Quartet.
Where to brunch
The Banyan Bar and Refuge serves creative Asian inspired food, designed to share with the whole table. Boasting floor-to-ceiling branches, twig chandeliers hanging above, and white brick-lined walls, you can expect a quirky and fun experience. Chef Philip Tang creates modern dishes inspired by the sweet, sour and spicy flavours. From handmade mantou buns and dumplings to pickled delights and a glorified twist on chip and dip.
Bar Mezzana brings the simplicity and beauty of coastal Italian cooking to this vibrant space on Harrison Avenue. With an award-winning crudo menu, handmade pasta, traditional Italian cocktails, and a warm service, Bar Mezzana is an absolute delight. The ingredients are carefully sourced from a network of talented farmers, artisan and purveyors, so you can expect superb quality.
Black Lamb is the team at Mezzana’s love letter to the South End neighbourhood. Chef Colin Lynch bring a modern American menu to the table, all with a new take on recognisable classics. Their full raw bar serves up to eight to ten delicious oyster offerings that highlight local bivalves. Enjoy a yummy shrimp cocktail, Jonah crab claws, chilled 1/2 lobsters and scrumptious littlenecks before indulging in one of their classic desserts.
Where to stay
Located in the iconic Back Bay, The Colonnade Hotel is a contemporary choice for the modern traveller. Nestled within a quaint district, close to Boston’s main shopping hot spots in Copley Square and Newbury Street, this a great location for anyone looking to explore the best of Boston. Expect a fully equipped gym, and be sure to make the most of their renowned rooftop pool.
A luxuriously sleek and modern hotel on Dalton Street in Boston, this 61-storey skyscraper is cutting-edge in comfort, amenities and luxury living. With a Spa and Salon offering indulgent facials, an indoor swimming pool bathing in natural light, and a 24 hor gym, you can relax or keep fit to your heart’s content. Their world-renowned ZUMA restaurant serves is spectacular Japanese-inspired izakaya on the second floor, so be sure to try it on your visit.
A superb hotel located on Rowes Wharf, Boston Harbour Hotel sits alongside the spectacular Rose Kennedy Greenway park and the beautiful Boston harbour. Each of the 232 rooms and suites is thoughtfully designed to reflect the waterfront setting, filled with coastal colours and looking out to a spectacular skyline.
The BCA is within walking distance of the MBTA Orange Line, Back Bay Station, and the MBTA Green Line, Copley Square or Arlington. MBTA Bus #43 stops in front of the BCA on Tremont St.
Valet Parking is available for $20 at the Cyclorama entrance on Tremont Street. In addition to the Gala Preview, valet parking is also available on Friday after 4 pm and Saturday and Sunday during all show hours.
Discount parking is available at the Dartmouth Street Garage at 126. Dartmouth Street is a ten-minute walk to the Cyclorama. $15 flat rate for show attendees with BIFAS ticket stubs.
There is an open-air parking lot at the corner of Berkeley Street and Shawmut Ave. To access the lot, approach one way from Arlington Street to Shawmut.
Adjacent to the Cyclorama is the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, and the striking new Atelier 505 condominiums. Indoor parking facility underneath the Calderwood Pavilion, with the garage entrance on Warren Avenue.