6 Art Instagrams You Should Be Following

Instagram is a fantastic resource to keep yourself constantly updated on the art scene. Here are six Instagrams we love:

1. @ArtCube

An excellent source for new contemporary artists, ArtCube will keep you updated on emerging artists, and what you can look forward to at upcoming art fairs.



2. @DarkroomBoston

Darkroom is a Boston organization dedicated to making photography accessible and affordable, showcasing pop-up photography exhibits all over Boston. Their Instagram is a wonderful collection of contemporary photography, as well as a way to keep an eye out for where Darkroom exhibits will be popping up next.



3. @Drawbertson

Fine artist and dad, Donald Robertson will keep you entertained with great photos of his in-progress and completed work, as well as his adorable twin boys getting into mischief.  #BuyThemNothing!


4. @LeonKeer

Leon Keer’s street art brings the 2D medium right into the third dimension, using perspective to create paintings that literally pop out of the street. His Instagram is a great way to do a double take while scrolling down your feed.



5. @Natalia_Wrobel_Art

Natalia Wrobel's Instagram is a beautiful peek into the life of a Boston-area painter. This Cambridge-based artist presents a great mix of studio, gallery, and fun, and gives us a sneak peek at what we have to look forward to in her April duo show.


6. A tie between @MFABoston and @ICABoston

If you’re looking for contemporary art in the Boston area, the ICA and MFA should absolutely be on your follow list. Their Instagram accounts keep up-to-date on the work they’re featuring, including snapshots of exhibits and studio visits with their artists. 


And if you’re not following us already, be sure to keep updated with @AbigailOgilvy on Instagram!



Wednesday, February 3, 2016: Puloma Ghosh