Durden and Ray presents Acidic Taste, a collaborative exhibition between the Los Angeles-based artist collective and MŰTŐ of Budapest, Hungary, that explores the positive and negative experiences with frustration.

Curated by Zsófia Kókai
Exhibiting artists include Lili Agg, Carlos Beltran Arechiga, Nikolett Balázs, Bence Barta, Dániel Bernáth, Ron Fischer, David Leapman, Ty Pownall, Veronika Romhány, Curtis Stage, Nóra Teplán, and Valerie Wilcox

Opening reception: 7-10 p.m. Saturday, April 27, 2019

Closes: May 5, 2019

Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, noon-5 p.m. and by appointment

Location: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave., #832 Los Angeles, CA 90015




Exhibiting artists: Nola Avienne, Colleen Rjc Bratton, Jana Brevick, Jisoo Chung, Max Cleary, Emily Counts, Yelverton Freeman, Ben Hirschkoff, John Hulsey, Philippe Hyojung Kim, Zoe Koke, Paul Komada, Ben Jackel, Jean Nagai, Sean Noyce, Peter Rand, Karim Shuquem, Markel Uriu, Andrew Wingler, Shevaun Wright, Ko Kirk Yamahira, Ellen Ziegler and Ilana Zweschi

Opening reception: 7-10 p.m. Saturday, March 16, 2019

Closes: April 13, 2019

Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, noon-5 p.m. and by appointment

Location: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave., #832 Los Angeles, CA 90015



Over the past decade, Durden and Ray has been a driving force in the Los Angeles art scene. In that time, many members have contributed their expertise and work ethic to build it to what it is today: a conduit for the exchange of art and ideas in Los Angeles and around the globe.

In Re:Union, Durden and Ray celebrates in its 10-year anniversary with a show of many of the former members of the collective.

Curated by current Durden and Ray member Jorin Bossen, artists in this anniversary show include Emily Counts, McLean Fahnestock, David French, Sean Michael Gallagher, Kio Griffith, Luis G. Hernandez, Chris Kuhn, Gil Kuno, Michelle Jane Lee, Susan Lizotte, Christopher Mercier, Claudia Parducci, Jason Ramos, Alison Rash, Nano Rubio, Julia Schwartz, Jesse Standlea, Chris Trueman and Grant Vetter

Opening Saturday Feb 9, 7pm to 10pm, 2019
The show runs through March 3, 2019.



Disclosure: Confessions for Modern Times 
Curators: Dani Dodge and Alanna Marcelletti 
Artists: Kim Abeles, Jorin Bossen, Kimberly Brooks, Joe Davidson, Dani Dodge, Donald Fodness, Kathryn Hart, Debby and Larry Kline, Conchi Sanford, Ed “Celso” Tahaney and Steven Wolkoff 

The show is a contemporary take on the sacred and secular acts of confessing sins, and includes interactive confessionals, each designed by different artists, and figurative art exploring the experience of being human through relationships, tragedy, translation of autobiography and Barry Manilow. 

Opening: 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 
Closing: Feb. 2, 2019 
Open: Saturdays and Sundays noon-5 p.m. 

Where: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave., #832 Los Angeles, CA 90015 



Familiar Friends is an examination of the power of relationships in creative work; the otherworldly and whimsical nature of the pieces in this exhibit express notions of friendly mythical creatures like an imaginary friend or perhaps a helpful demon. The artists in this exhibit use color and abstraction to present familiar forms in new ways. As this curatorial team’s second project to date, Familiar Friends seeks to explore new themes in our similar interests. Meet the crew.


Curated by Joshua Oduga and Stephanie Sherwood

Opening Reception - Saturday December 15, 6 to 9pm, 2018

Exhibition on view December 15 to 29, 2018



Artists from Iceland and Los Angeles explore their relationship to self and coastal existence in Synthetic Shorelines at Durden and Ray 

Curated by Freyja Eilíf of Ekkisens Art Space, Reykjavik, Iceland

Artists: Sara BjörgDani DodgeLan Duong, Freyja Eilíf, David Leapman, Katrína Mogensen, Sean NoyceKristín Morthens, and Ty Pownall

Synthetic Shorelines are a living thought and manmade boundary between elements, where textures and forms are combined in novel mindshapes.

In this exhibition, artists from different shores—Los Angeles and Reykjavík, Iceland—meet and lead an expedition where no boundaries exist except the self in its human condition.

The opening will include a unique opportunity for viewers to merge with their inner computer spirit when Freyja Eilíf will lead them through a meditation into digital dimensions through a mixed media video installation. Sara Björg will present objects that trigger physical interaction. Her methods encourage physical learning and offer a new perspective on play.
Also, Katrína Mogensen will host a performance related to her work on Nov. 17, 2018.

Address: 1206 Maple Ave. #832, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Opening reception: Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, 7-10 p.m.
Run of show: Nov. 10-Dec. 1, 2018
Hours: Saturday and Sunday, noon-5p.m.andby appointment (closed Thanksgiving weekend, except by appointment)

Poster graphics by Freyja Eilíf



Curated by Jenny HagerJennifer Celio, and Valerie Wilcox
Artists include Sydney CroskeryDani DodgeMarielle FarnanEd GomezClaudia ParducciSabine PearlmanLiza RyanCurtis StageJoe WolekSteven Wolkoff, and Tim Youd.

Opening reception: Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, 7-10 p.m. 
Run of show: Oct. 13 - Nov. 3, 2018 
Hours: Saturday and Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. and by appointment 
Location: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave. #832, Los Angeles, CA 9001



“Any society that would give up essential liberty to obtain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." - Benjamin Franklin

A Matter of Public Record is an exhibition that examines the many ways that we are watched, surveilled, data mined, and placed within an overdetermined system of social control that relies on the multiplication of mechanisms of “capture”. Whether we are capturing ourselves in selfies, tagging our locations, using GPS supported apps for directions, or just passing through the expanded techniques associated with “societies of surveillance”, we must admit that we have entered a new age. 

Curated by Brian Thomas Jones and Grant Vetter
Artists include Nancy Baker CahillChristine CassanoJennifer CelioDenis Claude Gillingwater, Steve Hampton, Ben Jackel, Adriene Jenik, Brian Thomas Jones, Nathaniel Lewis, Sean NoyceTy PownallRembrandt Quiballo, and Chris Vena

Opening reception: Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, 7-10 p.m. 

Run of show: Sept. 8 - 29, 2018

Hours: Saturday and Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. and by appointment

Location: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave. #832, Los Angeles, CA 90015




Curated by Daisy McGowan, Lana Duong and David Spanbock

Artists include: Carl Berg, Jorin Bossen, Sijia Chen, Ian Fisher, Donald Fodness, Ben Jackel, David Leapman, Laura Shill, Summer Ventis, Ashley Williams and Xi Zhang

"Collectivity" will investigate points of connection between artists from two international artist collectives based out of the Western United States – Hyperlink (Colorado) and Durden and Ray (Los Angeles) in back-to-back exhibits across two states. 

Collaboratively curated by UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art Director Daisy McGowan and Durden and Ray artists Lana Duong and David Spanbock, "Collectivity" will explore the intersections and connections between 24 artists (12 from each collective). Each exhibit location will include “mini-installations” of two to three artists. 

Artists are forging new models for the art worlds they want to inhabit and making them reality by working together – collectively – with other artists. Artist collectives are as varied in their scope as are the individual artists who band together to launch, grow, and sustain them across the globe. 

Collectives take a “yes, and...” approach to the art world, and in so doing amplify the possibilities for their work to connect with a broad and diverse audience. In similar spirit, the curators of this exhibit are open to the possibilities of collaborative, non-hierarchical curation and experimentation and aim to build connections to new audiences through the two exhibitions. 

By manifesting exhibits and projects on the periphery of the traditional art world, these artists embody the Western ethos of blazing your own path and defining art world success in new ways. 

Opening reception: 7-10 p.m., Saturday, August 4, 2018

Run of show: August 4-25, 2018

Hours: Saturday and Sunday, noon-5 p.m., and by appointment

Location: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave. #832, Los Angeles, CA 90015

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Come check out Durden and Ray's new Bendix Building location at the opening reception for "DRAGNET: 832" from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 30!!

“Dragnet: 832” features the work of over 40 artists, kicking off the collective’s curatorial programming at their new gallery in Los Angeles’ Fashion District. The move to the Bendix Building places Durden and Ray in the company of numerous other artist-run galleries like JOAN, Chateau Shatto, Monte Vista Projects, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, PØST, and Track 16, as well as countless artist studios and ateliers, creating a hub of art and culture in the 92-year-old industrial building. 

Durden and Ray organizers cast a wide net with “Dragnet: 832”, asking each member from the collective to invite one artist with whom they share a mutual admiration from diverse media and backgrounds. 

“Dragnet: 832” artists include: Kim Alexander, Richard Ankrom, Carlos Beltran Arechiga, Carl Berg, Arezoo Bharthania, Sandow Birk, Jorin Bossen, Rochelle Botello, Gul Cagin, Jennifer Celio, Sijia Chen, Joe Davidson, Dani Dodge, Tom Dunn, Roni Feldman, Yvette Gellis, Ed Gomez, Iva Gueorguieva, Jenny Hager, Matt Hayward, Ben Jackel, Dion Johnson, Kysa Johnson, Brian Thomas Jones, Gegam Kacherian, Jeremy Kidd, David Leapman, Albert Lopez, Jr., Constance Mallinson, Alanna Marcelletti, Abdul Mazid, Rebecca Niederlander, Sean Noyce, Sabine Pearlman, Ty Pownall, Max Presneill, Mei Xian Qiu, Umar Rashid, Sam Scharf, Kristine Schomaker, David Spanbock, Curtis Stage, Ami Tallman, Valerie Wilcox, Sergio Witrón, Steven Wolkoff, and Alison Woods

"Dragnet: 832" is the second iteration of the show, which was originally conceived by Kio Griffith (Manhattan Beach Art Center, 2014).

Opening reception: Saturday, June 30, 2018, 7-10 p.m. 
Run of show: June 30 - July 28, 2018

Hours: Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. 

Location: Durden and Ray, 1206 Maple Ave. #832, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Other days by appointment: ‭(510) 414-7756‬

In the Stillness
Between Two Waves of the Sea

Curators: Alison Woods and Dimitra Skandali

Artists: Natasa Biza, Kio GriffithNancy Ivanhoe, Dimitris Katsoudas, Despina Nissiriou, Aliki Pappa, Ty Pownalll, Nikos Sepetzoglou, Fran Siegel, Dimitra Skandali, Valerie Wilcox, and Alison Woods

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. Saturday, June 2, 2018
Run of show: June 2-29, 2018
Open Saturdays 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Other days by appointment: ‭(510) 414-7756‬


Curators: Sijia Chen and Lydia Michelle Espinoza

Artists: Carl Berg, Gul Cagin, Hai-Biao Cai, Sijia Chen, Huang Cheng, Roni Feldman, Ed Gomez, Jenny Hager, Ruowan Li, Ty Pownall, and Zhengsai Xie

Opening reception:4-7 p.m. Saturday, May 5, 2018
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Closes: May 26, 2018
Location: Durden and Ray, 1923 S. Santa Fe Ave. Los Angeles CA 90031


Durden and Ray presents “Fragments,” a group show highlighting Italian artists and curated by Camilla Boemio of Rome, who has curated several exhibitions at the Venice Biennale.
In 2013, Boemio was deputy curator of "Portable Nation," in the Maldives Pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition La Biennale of Venice. In 2016, she was the curator of “Diminished Capacity,” the first Nigerian Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.

Artists in the exhibition include Maria Rebecca Ballestra, Irina Novarese, Giulio Lacchini and Boy Sue, Ryts Monet and Maria Antonietta Scarpari.

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. Saturday, April 7, 2018
Run of show: April 7 to April 28...
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Between Post and Pre

Durden and Ray (Los Angeles) and HilbertRaum (Berlin) present "Between Post and Pre,"
Curators: Daniel Wiesenfeld and Mathias Deutsch

Artists: Sascha Appelhoff + Lena von Gödeke
Feriel Bendjama / Arthur Cohen / Mathias Deutsch / Tom Dunn / Dirk Heiden / Alexander Hoepfner / Alanna Marcelletti / Sean Noyce
Aneh Ondare / Max Presneill / Eva Schwab / Mathias Völcker
Alexandra Wiesenfeld / Ruth Wiesenfeld / Clemens Wilhelm 

Run of show: March. 3-31, 2018
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.


Book Club: Speedboat 

Please join us for the opening of Book Club: Speedboat - at Durden and Ray gallery

Curated by Steven WolkoffVisual artists and other creatives: Dave Bondi (toy designer), Gavin Bunner, Ania Catherine (choreographer), Jennifer Celio, Dani Dodge, Tom Dunn, Kio Griffith, Jenny Hager, Ben Jackel, Robin H Jackson (mixologist), Laura Krifka, David Leapman, Liza Ryan, Traci Sakosits and Matthew Kazarian (hair stylists), Michael Webster(composer), Steven Wolkoff, Jayna Zweiman (architect and creator of the Pussyhat Project and Welcome Blanket).

Opening reception: Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, 4-7 p.m. 
Run of show: Feb. 3-Feb. 24, 2018
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 

Disappear Here 

Please join us for the opening of Disappear Here - Current Photography in Los Angeles  at Durden and Ray gallery

Curator: Curtis Stage
Artists: Nicole Belle, Anita Bunn, Brian Thomas Jones, Heather Rasmussen, Curtis Stage, Sinziana Velicescu, Joe Wolek

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. January 6, 2018 - Closes: Jan 28, 2018
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday by appointment



Static investigates the electric buzz of communication and its effect on the tellers and receivers. The show kicks off with a panel discussion.

The exhibition includes the art of journalists, and of artists speaking to the impact of today’s media. The pairing explores what happens when you put the lens of art, fraught with emotionality and personal perceptions, next to the factual lens of journalism. Does it provide a more comprehensive view of the current state of affairs, or is it just a more beautiful form of static?

Curators: Dani Dodge and Alanna Marcelletti

Artists and Journalists: Lili Bernard, Jennifer Celio, Molly Crabapple, Dani Dodge, Jose Galvez, Emily Goulding, Kio Griffith, Anne Elizabeth Moore, Danial Nord, Sean Noyce, Max Presneill, Walter Robinson, Steven Wolkoff, and Samira Yamin

Opening reception: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017

Run of show: Dec. 2 to Dec. 30, 2017

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Location: Durden and Ray, 1923 S. Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90021

Panel Discussion: “Fake News, Real News and Trust in Journalism”

4-4:30 p.m. Saturday Dec. 2, 2017.

Emily Goulding, a media consultant whose art appears in the exhibition, will moderate the panel, which includes:

·      Robert Hernandez, a USC Annenberg professor whose focus is exploring and developing the intersection of technology and journalism.

·      Sara Catania, who recently launched JTrust, a newsletter that collects and curates the latest efforts to restore the public trust in journalism.

·      Dani Dodge, who spent two decades as a newspaper reporter and editor, including being part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2006, and covering the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

We hope you can join us!


The Sense of Things

Please join us for the opening of The Sense of Things with PAPER Gallery at Durden and Ray gallery

Curators: David Leapman and David Hancock
Artists: Tom Dunn, Jack Duplock, Roni Feldman, Jon Flack, David Hancock, Thomas Whittaker Kidd, Ilona Kiss, Paraic Leahy, Sharon Leahy-Clark, David Leapman, Richard Meaghan, John Mills, Sarah Sparkes

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. November 4, 2017 - Closes: Nov 25, 2017
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday by appointment

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Soul Case

Please join us for the opening of Soul Case at Durden and Ray gallery

Curators: Jorin Bossen and Nano Rubio
Artists: Tania Jazz Alvarez, Jorin Bossen, Joshua Hagler, Sean Noyce, Atilio Pernisco, Jason Ramos, Maja Ruznic, and Erica Ryan Stallones. 

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct 7, 2017 - Closes: Oct 28, 2017
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday by appointment

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Please join us for the opening of Antipodal at Durden and Ray gallery

Curators: Max Presneill and Chris Trueman
Artists: Marcus Boelen, Jonni Cheatwood, Abby Goldstein, Elizabeth Gilfilen, Carlson Hatton, Max Manning, Fran O’Neill, Max Presneill, Bryan Ricci, Kimberly Rowe, Tom Savage, Emily Silver, Paul Weiner,

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Sept 9, 2017 - Closes: Sept 30, 2017
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday by appointment

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Please join us for the opening of XYZ at Durden and Ray gallery

Curators: Ed GomezBrian Thomas Jones
Artists: Lana DuongMartin Durazo, Ed Gomez, Brian Thomas Jones, Ruben Ochoa, Alison Petty Ragguette, Jaime Scholnick

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017 - Closes: Aug. 26, 2017
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday by appointment

Simultaneous Contrast

Please join us for the opening of Simultaneous Contrast at Durden and Ray gallery

The exhibition, an exchange show with Chicago’s LVL3 gallery, features three Los Angeles artists and two Chicago artists in a show of abstract paintings that symbolize the current violent swings of thought across the country regarding America’s simultaneous utopia and dystopia. 

Curated by Durden and Ray member Curtis Stage and LVL3 member Adam Scott, the show features artists Roberta Gentry (L.A.), Nano Rubio (L.A.), Zoe Nelson (Chicago), Adam Scott (Chicago) and Chris Trueman (L.A.).

The exchange show in Chicago is scheduled for October. 

Opening reception: 4-7 p.m. Saturday, July 1, 2017
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday by appointment

Book Club: Going Native

Please join us for the opening of "Book Club: Going Native" at the new Durden and Ray gallery for a unique cultural experience: an art exhibition and performances based on the book "Going Native" by Stephen Wright.

You will enjoy the happening whether you read the dark comic novel or not. But we encourage you to take a peek at it. The New York Times said the book “is a chilling and often brilliant novel, a novel that radiates the dark, consuming energy of a black hole.”

Book Club: Going Native
Presented by Durden and Ray
Curated by Steven Wolkoff
Opening Reception: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 6
Runs through May 28


Book Club: Going Native

Artists/Creatives in the show:

Ania Catherine - choreographer, Ben Jackel – visual artist, Constance Mallinson – visual artist, Dani Dodge – visual artist, Dave Bondi - toy designer, David Leapman – visual artist, Kate Kelton – actress/artist, Gavin Bunner – visual artist, Jayna Zweiman - architect and co-founder of the Pussyhat Project, Jenny Hager – visual artist, Jon Flack – visual artist, Kio Griffith – visual artist, Liza Ryan – visual artist, Michael Webster - composer, Robin Jackson - best bartender/mixologist in LA (per LA Weekly), Steven Wolkoff – visual artist, Tom Dunn – visual artist, Traci Sakosits - Creative Director of Vidal Sassoon, North America, and Matthew Kazarian - Vidal Sassoon



Jorin Bossen, Gul Cagin, Sijia Chen, Lana Duong, Ed Gomez, Brian Thomas Jones, Chris Mercier, Ty Pownall, Nano Rubio, Curtis Stage, Valerie Wilcox, Steven Wolkoff

Curated by Max Presneill

Opening reception: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 15, 2017
Show runs through: Sunday, April 30th
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday Noon to 4 p.m. Closed Monday.
Location: 1923 S. Santa Fe Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90021

(The gallery is in the same building as CB1)

Round Won

Durden and Ray - Grand Opening reception

Durden and Ray is moving across the street. Join us for Round Won, our first show in our new space.

Artists: Dani Dodge, Tom Dunn, Roni Feldman, Jon Flack, Jenny Hager, Ben Jackel, David Leapman, Alanna Marcelletti, Max Presneill, David Spanbock, Jesse Standlea, Alison Woods

Curated by Steven Wolkoff

Opening reception: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017
Show runs through: Sunday, March 19
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday Noon to 4 p.m. Closed Monday.
Location: 1923 S. Santa Fe Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90021 (NEW!)

The gallery is in the same building as CB1, which will also be having an opening reception at the same time.

The Collectivists

Brand Library Art Gallery - Glendale CA

Exhibit On View | JANUARY 21 – MARCH 11, 2017

An exhibition of six leading artist collectives and artist-run spaces in Los Angeles: Durden and Ray, Eastside International, Manual History Machines, Monte Vista Projects, Tiger Strikes Asteroid. Public programming from the Association of Hysteric Curators. Over 60 artists' work will be on display. Conceived and organized by independent curator, Kara Tome. 



Freakonnature, Jan 7-28
Durden and Ray brings together a group of contemporary artists whose work explores attempts to control nature.

Ed Gomez, Kio Griffith, Phillip Griswold, Mary Anna Pomonis, Ty Pownall, Erin Payne, Greg Schenk, Sonja Schenk, Curtis Stage
Curated by Jesse Standlea and Steven Wolkoff


Slippery Stories, Nov 6-31
Opening Reception Saturday Jul 6th
An exchange between Durden and Ray (Los Angles) and Strange Neighbor (Melbourne Australia

Emily Counts, Tom Dunn, Roni Feldman, Linsey Gosper, Nicholas Ives, Donna McRae, Esmeradla Montes and Michael Vale

Native,  Sept 10-25
Opening Reception Saturday Sept 10th
Curated by David Leapman

Tom Dunn, Kio Griffith, Richard Kirwan, David Leapman, Mandy Ure, Roy Voss


The Newbies, Jul 9-31
Opening Reception Saturday Jul 9th
Durden and Ray Welcomes and Presents New Members.
Gul Cagin, Sijia Chen, Sean Michael Gallagher, Ed Gomez, Brian Thomas Jones, Nano Rubio, Jesse Standlea, Marjan Vayghan


AMERICANISM, March-April 2016
Curated by Steven Wolkoff

Gavin Bunner, Don Edler, Raymie Ladavaia, Ben Jackel, Casey Kauffmann, Yoshie Sakai, Sonja Schenk,
Ami Tallman, Drue Worrell

Alone Again Or, Feb 6-28
Opening Reception Saturday Feb 6th
A Survey of Figurative Painting that Contemplates the State of Solitude.

Matthew Buckner, Amir Fallah, Roni Feldman, Jon Flack, Max Presneill, Amy Sarkisian. Curated by Jon Flack



Remains, Nov 7- 28

Abstract painting and performative mark-making against the tide of mortality.

Ingrid Calame, Tomory Dodge, Scott Everingham, Jenny Hager, Alex Kroll, Susan Lizotte, Clive McCarthy, Max Presneill, Bryan Ricci, Kimberly Rowe, David Spanbock, Britton Tolliver, Steven Wolkoff.


Bearing Witness in the Drone Age: Surveillance and Snowden’s NSA Leaks Oct 4 - 31

Alex Benedict, Irene Carvajal, Antonio Cortez, Jenny Hager, Phillip Hua, Kiel Johnson, David Leapman, Yoni Mayeri, Doug McCulloh, Max Presneill, Matthew Silverberg, Steven Wolkoff. Curated by Matt McKinley and Hanna Regev


Within The Cave, Sept 12 - 26

Plato's cave metaphor about seeing reality.

Esmeralda Montes, Tom Dunn, Mark Dutcher, Thomas Whittaker Kidd, Susan Lizotte, Julia Schwartz Kathleen Melian and Judith Linhares. Curated by Susan Lizotte


Yes In My Backyard, August 1 - 29

Hilary Baker, Maura Bendett, Sheldon Figoten, Jenny Hager, Susan Carter Hall, Christopher Kuhn, India Lawrence, Gabriel Luis Perez, Mandy Lyn Ford, Louis Schmidt, Andrew West. Curated by Christopher Kuhn


View From The Edge of the Soul, July 11 - 25

Roni Feldman, Vincent Hawkins, Christopher Kuhn, David Leapman, Heather Gwen Martin, Max Presneill, Geoff Uglow.

Curated by David Leapman


Murmurs and Intrusions: Nature and the Human Presence, June 6 - 27

Nick Brown, Gavin Bunner, Kio Griffith, Jenny Hager, Linda Lyke, Anne Martens, Ryan McCann, Margaret Nielsen, Claudia Parducci, Ross Rudel, Christopher Russell, Don Suggs, Wayne White.

Curated by Steven Wolkoff & Jenny Hager


HERE!, April 18 - May 30

Tom Dunn, Ariel Erestingcol, Roni Feldman, Jenny Hager, Raymie Iadevaia, Gil Kuno, Michelle Jane Lee, Susan Lizotte, Chris Kuhn, Esmeralda Montes, Claudia Parducci, Max Presneill, Steven Wolkoff, Jody Zelle