Author Archives: kioskgallery

July 19th – September 7th, 2019: Jessica Heikes – Threshold

We hope you’ll join us on 3rd Friday in July as Kiosk Gallery presents Threshold, a solo exhibition of sculptural works by Jessica Heikes. Using found objects and plaster, Heikes explores relationships between domesticity and identity through the tension of

July 19th – September 7th, 2019: Jessica Heikes – Threshold

We hope you’ll join us on 3rd Friday in July as Kiosk Gallery presents Threshold, a solo exhibition of sculptural works by Jessica Heikes. Using found objects and plaster, Heikes explores relationships between domesticity and identity through the tension of

May 17th – July 11th, 2019: Ann Resnick – ticktock

  Please join us on 3rd Friday in May as Kiosk Gallery presents Ann Resnick: ticktock, a solo exhibition of large scale works on paper. Resnick applies drawing and painting as well as burning processes as a way to engage

May 17th – July 11th, 2019: Ann Resnick – ticktock

  Please join us on 3rd Friday in May as Kiosk Gallery presents Ann Resnick: ticktock, a solo exhibition of large scale works on paper. Resnick applies drawing and painting as well as burning processes as a way to engage

March 15th – May 9th, 2019: Kimberly LaVonne – This Is Devotion

Please join us on 3rd Friday in March, as Kiosk Gallery presents This is Devotion, a solo exhibition of ceramic work by Kimberly LaVonne. LaVonne’s work explores an interest in anatomy, as well as ­reliquaries and objects of devotion. Creating

March 15th – May 9th, 2019: Kimberly LaVonne – This Is Devotion

Please join us on 3rd Friday in March, as Kiosk Gallery presents This is Devotion, a solo exhibition of ceramic work by Kimberly LaVonne. LaVonne’s work explores an interest in anatomy, as well as ­reliquaries and objects of devotion. Creating

November 16th, 2018 – January 10th, 2019: Melanie Johnson – Disquiet

Please join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday in November as we present Disquiet, a solo exhibition of drawings by Melanie Johnson. These large scale figurative drawings combine real and unreal e­lements in the creation of subtly evocative and

November 16th, 2018 – January 10th, 2019: Melanie Johnson – Disquiet

Please join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday in November as we present Disquiet, a solo exhibition of drawings by Melanie Johnson. These large scale figurative drawings combine real and unreal e­lements in the creation of subtly evocative and

April 21st – June 3rd, 2017- Myles Dunigan: Everything Always-Already Ends

On 3rd Friday in April, Kiosk Gallery presents “Everything Always-Already Ends”, an M.F.A. thesis exhibition by Myles Dunigan. From the artist’s statement: “In a world where our reality is increasingly dictated by technological mediation, our experience of the land around

April 21st – June 3rd, 2017- Myles Dunigan: Everything Always-Already Ends

On 3rd Friday in April, Kiosk Gallery presents “Everything Always-Already Ends”, an M.F.A. thesis exhibition by Myles Dunigan. From the artist’s statement: “In a world where our reality is increasingly dictated by technological mediation, our experience of the land around

February 17th – March 9th, 2017: Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations

On 3rd Friday in February, Kiosk Gallery hosts “Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations”, guest-curated by Stephanie Eckermann and Megan Pobywajlo. This event is part of the “Third Pill” exhibition series, which uses humor, fun, and playfulness as a 3rd pill

February 17th – March 9th, 2017: Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations

On 3rd Friday in February, Kiosk Gallery hosts “Ironic Methods with Sincere Motivations”, guest-curated by Stephanie Eckermann and Megan Pobywajlo. This event is part of the “Third Pill” exhibition series, which uses humor, fun, and playfulness as a 3rd pill

January 20th – February 9th, 2017: Philip Bakala – Jewelbox

On 3rd Friday in January, Kiosk Gallery presents Jewelbox – an exhibition of new work by Philip Bakala. With layers of paper and paint, Bakala utilizes a cumulative process to reflect on the way our perceptions of the past evolve

January 20th – February 9th, 2017: Philip Bakala – Jewelbox

On 3rd Friday in January, Kiosk Gallery presents Jewelbox – an exhibition of new work by Philip Bakala. With layers of paper and paint, Bakala utilizes a cumulative process to reflect on the way our perceptions of the past evolve