Anderson Yezerski Gallery

Anderson Yezerski Gallery AYG is one of the leading contemporary art spaces in Boston. Its primary focus is photography, paint

“It‘s all Pontormo’s fault. Ever since I read Leo Steinberg’s analysis of Pontormo’s Capponi chapel in Santa Felicita I’...
04/17/2024

“It‘s all Pontormo’s fault. Ever since I read Leo Steinberg’s analysis of Pontormo’s Capponi chapel in Santa Felicita I’ve wanted to do a show where paintings talk to each other from across the room.

“Rant/Rave” came first, with its silent dialogue between a subject and its counterpart, at once itself and the reflection of itself. But its doubling remained an interior conversation and spurred a desire for a third party to enter the conversation. That’s how “Tsk” came to be.”

Thanks to Cate McQuaid you can visit her Substack and learn more about Eveleth’s process creating “Tsk”. Link in bio to read more.

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We are pleased to announce that we are now representing Nicole McLaughlin. Nicole McLaughlin was born and raised in Mass...
04/12/2024

We are pleased to announce that we are now representing Nicole McLaughlin.

Nicole McLaughlin was born and raised in Massachusetts but spent much of her early childhood in Mexico. As a first generation Mexican-American, she is heavily influenced by her multicultural upbringing and her childhood memories of visiting her mother’s home town of Cuernavaca, Mexico. Nicole received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute in Kansas City, MO. She also completed the Artist in Residence at Mudflat Studios in Somerville, MA in 2023. Nicole continues to draw inspiration from Mexican ceramics, textiles, and cultural traditions in hopes of showing how her life has been shaped by a collision of two cultures.

Nicole’s first solo show with the gallery will open this fall. Visit the link in bio to view available works.
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Rant // Rave, 2020, Oil and colored pencil on Mylar, 90 x 36 inches. Emily Eveleth: In Silent Mode is on view through Ma...
04/10/2024

Rant // Rave, 2020, Oil and colored pencil on Mylar, 90 x 36 inches.

Emily Eveleth: In Silent Mode is on view through May 4th. Join us on Saturday, April 27th at 2pm for an Artist Talk.

Join us tonight from 5-8pm for the Opening Reception of Emily Eveleth: In Silent Mode.
04/05/2024

Join us tonight from 5-8pm for the Opening Reception of Emily Eveleth: In Silent Mode.

“When considering the title of the exhibit, one is led to ask who Miller is trying to reach. In many ways, the show is a...
03/21/2024

“When considering the title of the exhibit, one is led to ask who Miller is trying to reach. In many ways, the show is about people striving to connect with one another, but it also touches on a wish to transcend, to relate to a higher power.“

Thank you and Shira Laucharoen for this beautiful piece on Shantel Miller’s show, “I’ve Been Trying to Reach You”, which closes this Saturday.

This is the final week to view Shantel Miller’s solo show with us. Don’t miss your chance to see these works in person! ...
03/20/2024

This is the final week to view Shantel Miller’s solo show with us. Don’t miss your chance to see these works in person!

Doorways, 2022, Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 inches

“I’ve Been Trying to Reach You”, 2024, Oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches. Don’t miss Shantel Miller’s solo exhibition on vie...
03/13/2024

“I’ve Been Trying to Reach You”, 2024, Oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches.

Don’t miss Shantel Miller’s solo exhibition on view through March 23rd.

Poppies at Grandma’s House, 2023, Mixed media on canvas, 48 x 32 inches Shantel Miller: I’ve Been Trying to Reach You is...
03/06/2024

Poppies at Grandma’s House, 2023, Mixed media on canvas, 48 x 32 inches

Shantel Miller: I’ve Been Trying to Reach You is on view through March 23rd.

“Rivers of Water Flow from Her Belly”, 2024, Oil on canvas, 48 x 24 inches
02/23/2024

“Rivers of Water Flow from Her Belly”, 2024, Oil on canvas, 48 x 24 inches

Back in My Body, 2020, Graphite, colored pencil on mylar and oil on panel, 16 x 16 inches
02/22/2024

Back in My Body, 2020, Graphite, colored pencil on mylar and oil on panel, 16 x 16 inches

Cate McQuaid’s latest Substack post highlights words from Shantel Miller and her process in making “Sybil”. Follow the l...
02/21/2024

Cate McQuaid’s latest Substack post highlights words from Shantel Miller and her process in making “Sybil”. Follow the link in our bio to read. Stop in to see Miller’s current exhibition with us, “I’ve Been Trying to Reach You” on view through March 23rd.
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We’re excited to announce Shantel Miller’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Stop in to view “I’ve Been Trying to ...
02/16/2024

We’re excited to announce Shantel Miller’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Stop in to view “I’ve Been Trying to Reach You” through March 23rd.

This is the final week to view Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges. Stop in to see in person!“No More”, 2023, Oil ...
02/07/2024

This is the final week to view Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges. Stop in to see in person!

“No More”, 2023, Oil and transferred photo emulsion on rice paper and pigmented Hydrocal plaster, 24 x 36 inches.

Stop in to view Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges. On view through February 10th.
01/25/2024

Stop in to view Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges. On view through February 10th.

Tilted Horizon, 2022, Oil on transferred photo emulsion on cast Hydrocal plaster, 34.5 x 45 inches. Elaine Spatz-Rabinow...
01/18/2024

Tilted Horizon, 2022, Oil on transferred photo emulsion on cast Hydrocal plaster, 34.5 x 45 inches.

Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges is on view through Saturday, February 10th.

Thanks to all who came out for a great opening last night! Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges will be on view thr...
01/06/2024

Thanks to all who came out for a great opening last night! Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Sublime Vestiges will be on view through February 10th.

Mark your calendars for the Opening Reception of Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: “Sublime Vestiges” on Friday, January 5th from...
12/26/2023

Mark your calendars for the Opening Reception of Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: “Sublime Vestiges” on Friday, January 5th from 5-8pm.

“Encroachment”, 2023, Oil and transferred photo emulsion on pigmented Hydrocal plaster and sand, 33 x 33 x 2 inches.

Just one more week to view Barbara Grad’s exhibition, “Improvised and Unpolished”.
12/15/2023

Just one more week to view Barbara Grad’s exhibition, “Improvised and Unpolished”.

“Broken Beauty”, 2023, Oil on linen, 24 x 30 inches. Barbara Grad’s exhibition, “Improvised and Unpolished” is on view t...
12/14/2023

“Broken Beauty”, 2023, Oil on linen, 24 x 30 inches.

Barbara Grad’s exhibition, “Improvised and Unpolished” is on view through Friday, December 22nd.

Stop in to view Barbara Grad’s new woodcut prints. This Saturday’s Artist Talk (1:30pm) will touch on how these were mad...
11/29/2023

Stop in to view Barbara Grad’s new woodcut prints. This Saturday’s Artist Talk (1:30pm) will touch on how these were made with examples of the woodcut blocks used.

Join us at the gallery this Saturday 12/2 at 1:30pm for an Artist Talk with Barbara Grad. Photo:  event
11/28/2023

Join us at the gallery this Saturday 12/2 at 1:30pm for an Artist Talk with Barbara Grad.

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Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. We will resume regular hours on Saturday 11/25.
11/22/2023

Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. We will resume regular hours on Saturday 11/25.

“Within the privacy of my studio, this work can be traced to how I see the world. I use my hands and get dirty to unders...
11/09/2023

“Within the privacy of my studio, this work can be traced to how I see the world. I use my hands and get dirty to understand the physicality of paint through shape and color. It is messy thinking where the imagery is realized by means of invention. The work is filled with associations and connections where reality shapes my imagination and my imagination shapes a painting.” - Barbara Grad

Forest Spring, 2021, Oil on linen, 30 x 24 inches.

Barbara Grad’s exhibition “Improvised and Unpolished” is now on view. Join us for an Opening Reception next Friday, Nove...
10/27/2023

Barbara Grad’s exhibition “Improvised and Unpolished” is now on view. Join us for an Opening Reception next Friday, November 3rd, 5-8pm.

Attachments, 2023, Oil on linen, 40 x 30 inches.

ML Door 5, 2023, Architectural salvage and wood, 30 x 56 x 4 inches. Michael Mittelman’s exhibition, “About Time”, is on...
10/12/2023

ML Door 5, 2023, Architectural salvage and wood, 30 x 56 x 4 inches.

Michael Mittelman’s exhibition, “About Time”, is on view through October 21st.

Everyday for roughly 5 years Michael Mittelman wrote one word a day compiling the story of his grandfather, father, and ...
10/04/2023

Everyday for roughly 5 years Michael Mittelman wrote one word a day compiling the story of his grandfather, father, and son. Link in bio to read the full story on thismighttakeawhile.com

Maximilian, 2021, Artist book, 9 x 12 x 4”, edition of 3.

Thanks to everyone who came out for Michael Mittelman’s Artist Talk last Saturday! “About Time” is on view through Octob...
09/26/2023

Thanks to everyone who came out for Michael Mittelman’s Artist Talk last Saturday!

“About Time” is on view through October 21st.

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, September 23rd, 1pm Artist Talk with Michael Mittelman. Free parking will be available for 1.5h...
09/14/2023

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, September 23rd, 1pm Artist Talk with Michael Mittelman. Free parking will be available for 1.5hrs in the Thayer Street parking lot off of Albany Street.

“About Time” is in view through October 21st.

Thanks to all who came out for Michael Mittelman’s opening reception last night! And of course, Howard’s chair fit him p...
09/09/2023

Thanks to all who came out for Michael Mittelman’s opening reception last night! And of course, Howard’s chair fit him perfectly.

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Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm

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Howard Yezerski Gallery is one of the most highly respected contemporary art galleries in Boston, MA, with decades of experience in the art market. The gallery is located in the SoWA Art and Design District in the South End. Notable artists include Chris Killip, John Coplans, Lalla Essaydi and John O’Reilly whose photography, installations, and multimedia work have been widely exhibited including the Whitney Biennial, MoMA, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA.

Howard Yezerski has been a gallery owner since 1968 with the opening of his first space in Andover, MA. With an understanding of the shifting industry, he relocated to Boston in 1988 and has been operating from the South End since 2008.

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