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Opening Reception: I need to see other people suffer to exist at all. A torch. A torch in their hearts.
Join us as we celebrate the opening reception of our next Curatorial Proposal Series exhibition, I need to see other people suffer to exist at all. A torch. A torch in their hearts. This solo show, created by artist Rudolf Lingens, is inspired by existentialist and absurdist theater, and consists of installation and photographs presenting ambiguous tableaus fraught with insinuations of violence. Learn more here.Find out more »
Join us as we screen and celebrate the amazing video pieces featured in our current exhibition SANCTUARY. Seven video works will be projected throughout the event, covering a wide variety of subjects. The exhibition itself ends that night, so come see some excellent art before it's taken down. The screening is free and open to the public. Video artists include: Anthony Clune Lauren Powell Tony Schwensen Krystle Brown Elly Vadseth Nick Carter Joe PoonFind out more »
The Allegory of Breaking Light is informed by natural phenomena in Sudan through the filters of the artist’s corporeal sensation, memory, and through the cognitive experience of synesthesia; the close pairing of senses in brain development. Join and discuss the links between abstract narratives of the mind, symbolism shared within context, and perception. After the talk there will be a life musical performance. This intimate concert of colliding instrumentation in the setting of a light-based art installation will explore the concept…Find out more »
Come join us as we celebrate an eleven day solo exhibition by Sophy Tuttle entitled Animalism. This exhibition of paintings aims to celebrate the other creatures we share our homes with through portraits of those animals, while also calling into question how the issues facing our environment affect all of us.Find out more »
Come celebrate the opening of our new CPS exhibition by Gallery 263 Artist Member, Liliana Marquez. When you realize you cannot go against the wave, you have to go with her flow. We live in an era of mass production and constant new construction, causing our world to be littered with unused materials. Gallery 263’s newest solo exhibition by Liliana Marquez, Re-Pop, looks at art as a way of combating this issue. The mixture of sculptural work featured incorporates reclaimed and surplus…Find out more »