With nonprofit public art curator Now + There, artist Liz Glynn is bringing a bit of the inside out. On display near Kenmore Square, the Boston native’s Open House includes Louis XIV-style seating modeled after William C. Whitney’s Gilded Age Manhattan ballroom, which Rosecliff architect Stanford White designed in addition to the nearby Hotel Buckminster, Boston Public Library and Symphony Hall. We crunched the numbers on Glynn’s 26-piece installation, perched on the Comm. Ave. Mall through Nov. 4.
Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya’s fog sculptures on display from Aug. 11 to Oct. 31. Photo: Melissa Ostrow.
Less than one mile away, find another piece of public artwork on display from Aug. 11 to Oct. 31. Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya’s fog sculptures slink over five spots, including the Back Bay Fens, Jamaica Pond and Arnold Arboretum, to celebrate the Emerald Necklace Conservancy’s 20th anniversary.