Boston Art Underground makes find art in Boston easier. No matter where you are in the city, world-class exhibitions and galleries are never more that short T ride away. Using the T map as a guide, Boston Art Underground’s one-click stop familiarizes its users with the art spaces in Boston and showcases local artists and organizations.

Through exposing more people to the wealth of exhibitions the Hub has to offer, Boston Art Underground engages and develops the arts-patron population and fosters a stronger artistic community in our city.



You can use the interactive map on the homepage to plan your next gallery excursion, find out what exhibition spaces are near you, and explore art venues in your neighborhood.

To navigate the map, click on the end marker of the subway line that you're interested in exploring. This will open a list of galleries near each station on that route, including a brief description of each gallery, its address, and how to get there.

If you need some inspiration, head over to our blog to find out what exhibits we're currently excited about. The Boston Art Underground Blog is updated several times a week, so there's always something new to discover!




John Gosslee


John Gosslee is an art patron and editor involved in the promotion of exhibitions and events in Boston, MA. He manages Boston Art Underground. He is editor of the book 50 Contemporary Women Artists (Schiffer Books, 2017) featuring Kara Walker, Yoko One, Maya Lin, Judy Rifka and many other seminal artists. www.johngosslee.com


Zack Tretheway


Zack Tretheway is a writer living in Somerville, MA. He just moved to the city a year ago and couldn't be more excited to get involved with the artistic community after spending several years interacting with the working-class artists in Lowell. You can find him around the Somerville area at any of the local watering holes, feel free to buy him a drink, or, if you're into reading stories, check out zacktretheway.wordpress.com


Samantha Burgoon


Samantha Burgoon founded Boston Art Underground in 2011 to address the need for accessible information about the city's fine art community. She is currently an independent writer and artist living in New York City.