Mills Gallery Past Exhibitions
Strange Loops and Matinee/Matiné PDF Print E-mail

Strange Loops gathers a group of artists, the majority from the Boston area, whose practice explores abstraction and the idea of looping. Loops are structures with no beginning or end, often shaking our perception. The exhibit includes drawings, sculptures, paintings, and video that play with the notion of an endless relation between abstraction and figuration, language and image, finite and infinite structures.

Drawings That Work: 21st Drawing Show PDF Print E-mail


Gwen Barba • Nancy Berlin • Nataliya Bregel • Dana Clancy • Ken Clark • Camila Chavez Cortes • Michael David Stella Ebner • Liz Ensz • Andrea Evans • Jodi Hays • Diane Hoffman • Victoria Jacob • Julie Levesque • Clara Lieu • Lara Loutrel • Jeffrey Marshall • Nancy Murphy Spicer • Kristen Mills • Stephen Mishol • Lynn Newcomb • David Teng Olsen • Andrew Pez • Linda Price-Sneddon • Trudy Raftery • Nicole Ratos Enerson • Matthew Rich •  Amy Sallen • Karen Schiff • Suzanne Schireson • Brian D. Smith • Jill Slosburg-Ackerman • Linda Stillman • Jonathan Weinberg • Deb Todd Wheeler • Sung Won Yun

And the fair Moon rejoices PDF Print E-mail

contemporary visionaries in the wake of Blake

The often unruly forces of nature and imagination bear great resemblance to each other:  each acts as an unseen agent causing beauty to bloom as well inciting ruin and decay, and each works in ways that are spectacular as well as in ways that are banal, ordinary – snow falls, problems are solved, apples rot, an idea forms.  These forces find themselves tangled and intertwined in And the fair Moon rejoices: contemporary visionaries in the wake of Blake, organized by Randi Hopkins and Emily Isenberg and presented in the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts from June 26-August 16, 2009.  The exhibition features work by six artists who fuse the mundane with the metaphysical, and draw connections between the creative act and something beyond the tangible:  Larry Bamburg, Tory Fair, Sharon Harper, Tania Kitchell, Justine Kurland, and Cristina Lei Rodriguez.

Things of That Nature PDF Print E-mail

The Boston Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the opening of Things Of That Nature, an exhibition featuring eight projects developed by graduate students at MIT’s Visual arts program: Haseeb Waqar Ahmed, Gina Badger, Caitlin Berrigan, Jaekyung Jung, Jin Jung, Matthew Mazzotta, Alexander Rosenberg, and Jess Wheelock. The exhibit will be on view from May 15 to June 7 at the BCA’s Mills Gallery. The opening reception, free and open to the public, will be on May 15 from 6 to 8 pm.

This is Not Happening PDF Print E-mail

An MFA Thesis Exhibition of five artists in the joint graduate degree program of The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University, This is not Happening features the work of Melissa Boyajian, Krista Caballero, Melinda Go, Jesse Jagtiani, and Alexia Mellor.

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