the Museum of Fine Arts, the new addition at The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Institute of Contemporary Art on the waterfront."
Fusco & Four is also bringing back The Ellis Boston Antiques Show for its second year at the Cyclorama (the show had previously been on hiatus since 2008). Their spring show, AD20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries, recently celebrated its 5th anniversary. The Cyclorama provides the ideal venue for all three shows. A large circular rotunda and adjacent salons encourage visitors to both linger and wander. The historic structure is located in the heart of the BCA complex, which boasts four theatres, a gallery, the Boston Ballet School and 50 artist studios. There are more than a dozen "hot" restaurants and nightspots within a five-minute walk, making it a focal point for cultural life in the city.
“Our shows have grown up with the evolution of the Boston Center for the Arts, the art market in Boston and the changing demographics of the South End, Back Bay, Downtown and other neighborhoods of Boston,” Fusco comments. “We couldn’t be more pleased to be launching the 16th year of BIFAS."
For information and Exhibitor Registration for all three Boston shows, visit www.BostonArtFairs.com or call 617-363-0405.
Editor’s Notes: • Additional background and photos on request
• Interviews may be arranged with participants