Venture across Boston Harbor for an immersive experience at the ICA Watershed. The Institute for Contemporary Art’s satellite gallery is located in an immense, previously condemned industrial building in East Boston’s Jeffries Point neighborhood. The 15,000-square-foot space features a regular rotation of elaborate, large-scale installations, including its upcoming exhibit from Firelei Báez, where the artist will transform the space into the site of an ancient ruin. To round out your date, we suggest exploring all that this gallery has to offer before cracking open a cider at Downeast next door, grabbing a braised lamb shank pie from KO and then sitting by the shipyard for the most spectacular view of the Boston skyline.
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