Stacy Levy, Riverine, 2009. Buoys, bamboo, and steel, 18 ft. high. Work shown at HarborArts.



Boston Harbor Shipyard Gallery

Its advocates call it a gallery, but any resemblance to a standard art gallery is slim. Boston Harbor Shipyard is a gritty, working marina and shipbuilding facility, poorly suited to art viewing. Nevertheless, HarborArts has mounted its inaugural exhibition here, planned as the first of many. The art on view is of good quality, but intense visual competition camouflages even large-scale works. That’s not all bad—the viewer must embark, map in hand, on a treasure hunt, one that sharpens the eye toward aesthetic accidents…see the full review in April’s magazine.