|Date||From 23 June 2012 To 14 October 2012|
|Address||The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 100 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210|
Anyone who has ever been fascinated by the idea of time and space might want to check out the work of the artist Josiah McElheny.
He was trained at the Rhode Island School of Design and then went on to the glass foundries of Europe to learn more about glassblowing, which makes up the majority of his output today.
McElheny has an intense interest in the idea of infinity and tries to represent the idea in visual form in his creations.
If you are staying in a Boston hotel in 2012, you will be able to go along to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) to see his latest masterpieces in an exhibition entitled Josiah McElheny: Some Pictures of the Infinite.
This runs from June 23rd to October 14th and explores archaeological time, cosmic time and everything in between through the use of mirrors, patterns and other devices.
A highlight is sure to be a suspended sculpture called The Center is Everywhere, which hangs from the ceiling in a cascade of brass and crystal.
The ICA is well worth looking around from your base at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston, as it houses some excellent permanent pieces as well as exhibitions.
Designed by award-winning architect firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro, it first opened in 2006 and was the first new art museum built in Boston in almost a century.
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