The Boston Phoenix writes about a big turnover this year among Boston art galleries, especially those in the South End. But one gallery bringing some life back to the area is Khaki Gallery, known in Wellesley for its Crest Road location. Khaki Gallery, now with a spot on Harrison Avenue in Boston, is launching with a show of gallery owner Nahid Khaki’s stuff. She tells the Phoenix: “This is where everything happens.”
And Wellesley isn’t?
In other artsy-fartsy news, J. Todd Galleries at 572 Washington St. in Wellesley is featuring an exhibit of 60 or so works highlighting views of Boston, according to this MetroWest Daily News piece. A public reception for the exhibit is scheduled for Nov. 14 from 5-8pm and the exhibit runs through Dec. 5. These stocking stuffers are expected to sell for between $2K and $70K.