About this Exhibition
Ex Libris ExChange is an international collaborative art project sponsored by the Boston/Strasbourg Sister City Association (BSSCA). The project includes 26 artists – 13 from each city who have created original Artists' Books and artful maps based on a common theme. The thematic content of the artwork was inspired by an elaborately illustrated 18th century journal created by Georg Daniel Flor, a member of a French brigade that participated in the American Revolutionary War. Our artists have produced highly imaginative works using 21st century techniques to engage with the voice and aesthetic of an ordinary soldier with an extraordinary talent. This exhibit presents aesthetics and techniques that span centuries - one might say "from Gutenberg to Rauschenberg."
Kristine Arena – US
Association APOG – FR
Sylvain Bourrières – FR
Marta Caradec – FR
Elli Crocker – US
Alain Eschenlauer – FR
Jessica Ferguson – US
Ann Forbush – US
Ania Gilmore – US
Jean-Louis Hess – FR
Ronni Komarow – US
Barbara Leboeuf – FR
Christophe Meyer – FR
Hafid Mourbat – FR
Lisa Olson – US
Régis Pirastru – FR
Jan Powell – US
Deb Putnoi – US
Sara Ringler – US
Alexandra Sheldon – US
Annie Silverman – US
Julia Talcott – US
Anne Wicky - FR
Gallery HoursMonday, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday and Saturday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Call for Artists
Our art exhibition program showcases local and international artists whose work has a connection with French and Francophone culture.
Whether you draw your inspiration from an artistic movement, a specific artist, a subject or a technique, you can submit your work for an opportunity to present your art to the public in our elegant brownstone's gallery in the heart of Back Bay, for month-long exhibitions from September through June.
Artists and projects are selected by a committee of art professionals, artists and art connoisseurs who meet twice a year. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
To submit your work please refer to the Call for Artists in which you will find a detailed description of requirements and conditions.
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