Past Exhibitions

E.g., 2019/06/23
E.g., 2019/06/23

<3 <3 <3 | 3.20.19–4.26.19

SPACE is pleased to present <3 <3 <3, an installation in the window gallery by Brendan Shea. There is something heartwarming about sporadic lines from a marker, scrawled across a white paper with no clear intent or logic. It is easily recognizable as scribble because the path of the line holds the motion of an arm hinging back and forth at the elbow. The type of erratic mark you... MORE
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HOTLINE | 3.1.19–5.11.19

SPACE is pleased to present HOTLINE, an interactive group show featuring soundworks by artists, musicians, scholars, performers and poets. As the name suggests, the exhibition features eight listening stations where visitors can hear songs, artworks and readings on custom-built payphones designed by Smooth Technology, a New York City-based team of artist engineers. Each payphone is programmed... MORE
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Eli Sobel - The Anatomy Lesson | 1.28.19–3.15.19

SPACE is pleased to present The Anatomy Lesson, an installation in the window gallery by Eli Sobel. Muscles, veins, and organs help to regulate the internal functions of bodies. So, too, do the rooms and furniture inside of buildings. A broken sofa in a living room has a similiar effect on its surroundings as a pair of damaged lungs has on the intake and discharge of air. Both are critical... MORE
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Pink Moment by Kaj-anne Pepper | 12.7.18–1.25.19

SPACE is pleased to present Pink Moment: Improvisations of place, persona and perception, an installation in the window gallery by Kaj-anne Pepper Oregon-based artist, Kaj-anne Pepper aka "Pepper Pepper" creates an installation for our window gallery that incorporates their newest video works. Enacting a series of movement improvisations, Pepper presents a meditation on nature, presence, and... MORE
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Luan Joy Sherman - People Like Me Exist | 12.3.18–3.10.19

"There are approximately 1.4 million transgender people living in the United States. The Trump Administration and the conservative media would have you believe we are a very small, minority population within this country. We are thought to occupy the most “extreme” margins of everyday life. We are depicted as dangerous, abstract creatures, undeserving of access to basic resources and human rights... MORE
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FOR FREEDOMS 50 STATE INITIATIVE | 10.25.18–12.2.18

SPACE is pleased to present a work by Christopher Myers in the window gallery as a part of FOR FREEDOMS 50 STATE INITIATIVE project. Christopher Myers is an artist and writer who lives in New York. While he is widely acclaimed for his work with literature for young people, he is also an accomplished fine artist who has lectured and exhibited internationally. He writes, “I’ve been asking the... MORE
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Demian DinéYazhi´- PROMISE ME YOU WON'T COLONIZE ME (mars) | 10.25.18–12.2.18

SPACE is proud to raise artist Demian DinéYazhi´'s flag, PROMISE ME YOU WON'T COLONIZE ME (mars), 2014, as a part of FOR FREEDOMS 50 STATE INITIATIVE project.  Artist Demian DinéYazhi´ created the flag, PROMISE ME YOU WON’T COLONIZE ME [mars], as a part of FOR FREEDOMS 50 STATE INITIATIVE project. In the words of the artists, “My billboard is an... MORE
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Sun System Press - SWAMP THING | 9.28.18–11.3.18

This is the Swamp Thing -- broken hexagons, deer skulls and beer bottles scattered in the swamp, as if someone or something is leaving clues, but it’s all just dus -- as if a giant dirt bomb of our cultural debris was blasted in the face of nature, exploding discarded artifacts across the peripheral landscape. It is a voyage into the incidental and magnetic landscapes roiling at the edges of our... MORE
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RELICS by Cole Caswell & Bryan Graf | 9.12.18–10.20.18

SPACE presents Relics, an installation by Maine artists, Cole Caswell and Bryan Graf of Sun System Press. The artists overlap images that create kinetic visual patterns for their window installation, engaging the viewer from multiple angles. Consisting of images printed on transparency paper that were all made around a toxic swamp, Relic is acidic and high key in color and tone, reflecting the... MORE
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Chad States - La Vie En Rose | 8.3.18–9.15.18

La Vie en Rose references a song originally made famous by Edith Piaf in 1946. It’s a song about finding a new love after a trying time and it became an anthem of hope for many after the end of WWII. Grace Jones covered the song in 1977 and she adds to this song of hope, a sense of defiance. In the final chorus of the song, Grace Jones repeats the line "La vie en rose" with ferocity, transforming... MORE
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