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Tiny Park: A Catalogue

With only two or three inches between each work, the exhibition doesn't exactly lend itself to parsing, but it's a show about transition: from where the gallery has been to where it is going.
Tiny Park: A Catalogue

Confessions of a Wayward Artist

Forgive me, Father: I paid $20 to have my artwork in a juried exhibition with 30 other depraved artists. I did so with full free will and knowledge of my actions and know this is a mortal sin.
Confessions of a Wayward Artist

Sauter’s Doubt

People look to all kinds of things to explain what and why things happen—some more methodical, others more Methodist. That’s precisely the area in which Chris Sauter’s work dwells.
Sauter’s Doubt

Sights Unscene: Exposition at La Carafe

Especially in the low light of the bar’s evening ambience, the salon-style constellation gives the impression that La Carafe is where all souls—good and bad, gloriously joyful and dreadfully serious—come to raise a glass, get at least slightly crooked, and disappear into time.
Sights Unscene: Exposition at La Carafe

Callida Borgnino: Between Blinks

It feels like the viewer is being led down the bizarre maze of invention, where fleeting thoughts flicker like a lotto machine and the art featured happens to be the image we landed on.
Callida Borgnino: Between Blinks