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September 15th – October 12th, 2017- Bob Kolar: Shift

On 3rd Friday in September, Kiosk Gallery presents “Shift” – a solo exhibition of new works by Bob Kolar. From the artist’s statement: “Change Gears… Alter direction… This has been my mindset as I move from a corporation to self

September 15th – October 12th, 2017- Bob Kolar: Shift

On 3rd Friday in September, Kiosk Gallery presents “Shift” – a solo exhibition of new works by Bob Kolar. From the artist’s statement: “Change Gears… Alter direction… This has been my mindset as I move from a corporation to self

August 18th – September 7th, 2017- Christopher Lowrance: Everything is Alright

On 3rd Friday in August, Kiosk Gallery presents a solo exhibition of paintings by Christopher Lowrance. From the artist’s statement: “It seems to me that in the present moment there is some adventure to be had in painting’s potential to

August 18th – September 7th, 2017- Christopher Lowrance: Everything is Alright

On 3rd Friday in August, Kiosk Gallery presents a solo exhibition of paintings by Christopher Lowrance. From the artist’s statement: “It seems to me that in the present moment there is some adventure to be had in painting’s potential to

July 21st – August 10th, 2017- Tracey Haynes- Change is the Only Constant: Impermanent Photograms

Kiosk Gallery presents a solo exhibition by St. Louis artist Tracey Haynes for our 3rd Friday in July event. From the artist’s statement: “In life the only constant is change and the movement of energy. I explore these ideas in

July 21st – August 10th, 2017- Tracey Haynes- Change is the Only Constant: Impermanent Photograms

Kiosk Gallery presents a solo exhibition by St. Louis artist Tracey Haynes for our 3rd Friday in July event. From the artist’s statement: “In life the only constant is change and the movement of energy. I explore these ideas in

June 16th – July 13th, 2017- Cristina Muñiz: My Hand – Mi Mano

On 3rd Friday in June, Kiosk Gallery presents “My Hand – Mi Mano”, a solo exhibition of paintings by Cristina Muñiz. In this selection of new works, Muñiz reveals “the hand of the artist” with a language of organic, abstract

June 16th – July 13th, 2017- Cristina Muñiz: My Hand – Mi Mano

On 3rd Friday in June, Kiosk Gallery presents “My Hand – Mi Mano”, a solo exhibition of paintings by Cristina Muñiz. In this selection of new works, Muñiz reveals “the hand of the artist” with a language of organic, abstract

March 17th – April 13th, 2017: Kathy Liao – Floating World

On 3rd Friday in March, Kiosk Gallery presents “Floating World”, an exhibition of paintings by Kathy Liao. From the artist’s statement: “My work is about relationships. “It is a record of a moment. A portrait may begin with the person

March 17th – April 13th, 2017: Kathy Liao – Floating World

On 3rd Friday in March, Kiosk Gallery presents “Floating World”, an exhibition of paintings by Kathy Liao. From the artist’s statement: “My work is about relationships. “It is a record of a moment. A portrait may begin with the person

Artist List

A list of artists with whom we have worked: Adam Cable Adam Crowley Adam Finkelston Adele Schelling Adi Manka Adriane Herman Alec Kaus Alec Smith Alex Djordjevic Alex Heilner Amber Andresia Amy DeSitter Amy Wright Andrea Fuhrman Andrew Lattner Andrew Ordonez

Artist List

A list of artists with whom we have worked: Adam Cable Adam Crowley Adam Finkelston Adele Schelling Adi Manka Adriane Herman Alec Kaus Alec Smith Alex Djordjevic Alex Heilner Amber Andresia Amy DeSitter Amy Wright Andrea Fuhrman Andrew Lattner Andrew Ordonez

November 18th, 2016 – January 12th, 2017: Gary Pycior – Deviations

On 3rd Friday in November, Kiosk Gallery presents “Deviations” – an exhibition of new photographic work by Gary Pycior. Pycior’s images begin as landscapes, but deviate from their sources through digital manipulation – resulting in abstract pattern and rich visual

November 18th, 2016 – January 12th, 2017: Gary Pycior – Deviations

On 3rd Friday in November, Kiosk Gallery presents “Deviations” – an exhibition of new photographic work by Gary Pycior. Pycior’s images begin as landscapes, but deviate from their sources through digital manipulation – resulting in abstract pattern and rich visual

July 15th – August 11th, 2016: Courtside Manner – Andrew Ordonez

Courtside Manner – A solo exhibition by Andrew Ordonez July 15th – August 11th, 2016 On 3rd Friday in July, Kiosk Gallery presents Courtside Manner – A solo exhibition by Andrew Ordonez. In this exhibition of prints and paper assemblage, Ordonez explores awareness

July 15th – August 11th, 2016: Courtside Manner – Andrew Ordonez

Courtside Manner – A solo exhibition by Andrew Ordonez July 15th – August 11th, 2016 On 3rd Friday in July, Kiosk Gallery presents Courtside Manner – A solo exhibition by Andrew Ordonez. In this exhibition of prints and paper assemblage, Ordonez explores awareness

June 17th – July 7th, 2016: Charles Jones – “WILDERNESS / The Western Edge of a Dream”

      On 3rd Friday in June, Kiosk Gallery presents “WILDERNESS / The Western Edge of a Dream” – a solo exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Charles Jones. The works in this exhibition serve as plans, maquettes, and in-progress designs

June 17th – July 7th, 2016: Charles Jones – “WILDERNESS / The Western Edge of a Dream”

      On 3rd Friday in June, Kiosk Gallery presents “WILDERNESS / The Western Edge of a Dream” – a solo exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Charles Jones. The works in this exhibition serve as plans, maquettes, and in-progress designs

May 20th – June 9th, 2016: Fixate – Alex Heilner, Cotter Luppi, & Amy Wright

On 3rd Friday in May, Kiosk Gallery presents “Fixate” – an exhibition of drawings and paintings by Alex Heilner (VA), Cotter Luppi (NY), and Amy Wright (KCMO). These 3 artists work persistently in detailed, cumulative styles that highlight repeated elements

May 20th – June 9th, 2016: Fixate – Alex Heilner, Cotter Luppi, & Amy Wright

On 3rd Friday in May, Kiosk Gallery presents “Fixate” – an exhibition of drawings and paintings by Alex Heilner (VA), Cotter Luppi (NY), and Amy Wright (KCMO). These 3 artists work persistently in detailed, cumulative styles that highlight repeated elements