Gallery NAGA has been exhibiting and selling contemporary art on Newbury Street in Boston since 1977. Our primary focus is painting, and we represent many of the most highly regarded painters working in Boston and New England. In addition, exceptional contemporary photographers, printmakers, and sculptors exhibit with us, as well as the international doyenne of holography, Harriet Casdin-Silver. We also specialize in studio furniture, presenting work by many of the premier makers of unique and limited edition furniture in the country.
Meg White, Director
Andrea Dabrila, Associate Director
Arthur Dion, Director Emeritus
Gallery NAGA is located in the neo-Gothic stone church building (Church of the Covenant) at the corner of Berkeley and Newbury Streets.
Take any Green Line train to the Arlington or Copley Square stop.
Metered street parking is available and several parking lots are within the vicinity.
Please familiarize yourself with our programming by viewing exhibitions in person before deciding to show us work. Inappropriate submissions waste everyone’s time. We review unsolicited material three times each year on a rolling schedule. We accept a maximum of 20 images (hard copy or jpeg), a bio, and, if applicable, a self-addressed stamped envelope. If you would like to email jpegs of three images (include the works’ sizes and materials), we’ll suggest whether or not we think a complete presentation is warranted.
Gallery NAGA offers internship positions, on a volunteer basis only, to Boston-area students and graduates who are interested in the field of arts administration and who wish to learn about the Boston contemporary art world. We are looking for individuals who will be interested in learning administrative, registrarial, and curatorial skills in the setting of a contemporary art gallery. Interns assist with the installation and lighting of artwork for exhibition and with preparations for receptions and special events. They also have contact with the public, collectors, and gallery artists. The registrarial aspect of the program includes inventory record keeping and preparing art for transport. Prospective interns should be willing to commit to a six-month period (January–June or July–December). Interns typically work two full days per week, Tuesday–Friday. Two internships are available for each period. If you are interested, please e-mail a resume and cover letter to the gallery and call for an interview.