Huret & Spector Gallery

The Huret & Spector Gallery is a vital educational and cultural component of Emerson College, serving the needs of both the Emerson academic community and the Boston community at large.

The gallery invigorates the academic curriculum and attracts visitors from the community through exhibitions of new work produced by contemporary artists, faculty, and students. Corresponding educational programs explore global perspectives on art and art discourse.

Bálint Bolygó

A pair of exhibitions celebrating the United States debut of Hungarian-born, UK artist Bálint Bolygó, featuring kinetic and light sculptures.

Jointly curated and organized by George Fifield, Boston Cyberarts, and Joseph D. Ketner II, Foster Chair in Contemporary Art, Emerson College.

Huret and Spector Gallery, Emerson College
Reception: Thursday October 17, 4–6 pm
Exhibition: October 17–December 13, 2013
Monday – Friday, 12 noon–5 pm
also at
Boston Cyberarts Gallery
141 Green Street, Jamaica Plain
Reception: Thursday October 17, 6–9 pm
Exhibiton: October 17–December 15, 2013
Friday–Sunday, 11 am–6 pm

Balint Bolygo

Bálint Bolygó - Aurora (2010) Lasers, mirrors, motors.



Balint Bolygo