We are A R E A, -a visionary group from Boston with a new alternative for the contemporary art gallery, active in both the primary and secondary markets. A R E A is an interdisciplinary space to celebrate art, design and architecture. We showcase local and international artists and designers.  

Through multiple spaces and formats, we are combining gallery exhibitions with interactive and engaging experiences. Targeted at groups of committed collectors and enthusiasts, we are seeking to stimulate conversation and to spark novel ideas. We also aspire to make visual culture more accessible to a greater audience and to support social causes in the city. With this concept, our aim is to build a sustainable new gallery model and to engage Boston’s diverse communities in more exciting and effective ways.

We work with artists, designers, architects, and curators who contribute to our projects.  A R E A welcomes innovators of all disciplines and mediums as well as of diverse social and cultural backgrounds. We believe in unhindered creativity and want to help expose your works and ideas to a growing market for the arts. If interested, please send a biography, a few sample works for review or your ideas for exhibition or experiences.


Aynel David Guerra (Director) is a lawyer and an independent curator based in Boston. He studied law at the University of Havana, Oxford and Harvard University. He also holds a degree in International Relations. David founded Darkroom Boston in 2015, a project to display photography using unconventional forms at alternative spaces and combining photography with other artistic expressions. His passion for innovation in the arts has led him to collaborate on a variety of projects and exhibitions as a photographer and curator in Boston. 

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Amanda Accardi (Exhibition and Curatorial Assistant Director) is also the owner of Around the Corner, a boutique in the South End dedicated to creative framing and design solutions. Inspired and nurtured by her undergraduate studies in the painting department at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Amanda works with galleries, designers and collectors on in home and corporate projects. Consultations, curating and installation have become integral parts of her expertise.

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Masha Keryan (Gallery Assistant) is a Yerevan-born artist, curator and designer based in Boston. After receiving her MFA at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2016, Masha has led and has collaborated on multiple curatorial events, some of which took place at the Innovation and Design Building, Casablanc Market and MIT. 

Nicholas Medvescek (Director of Projects/ Creative Producer) is a producer and designer developing work that sits at the intersection of arts and tech. An Emerson College alumn, he has held positions at Arena Stage, New York Stage and Film, and the New England Foundation for the Arts. He’s the Co-Director of the Hacking Arts festival at MIT and has been recognized for his independent and site-specific work. Recent projects include "LIMINUS," a pervasive performance across Boston, developed in partnership with Motive.io and a series of roving plays taking place in the back seat of a 2006 Toyota Corolla.

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