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July 16th – September 9th, 2021: Mary Clara Hutchison – dis/re/member

We hope you’ll join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday, July 16th, as we present dis/re/member, a solo exhibition of assemblage works by Mary Clara Hutchison. In this body of work, Hutchison examines our connection to the objects in

July 16th – September 9th, 2021: Mary Clara Hutchison – dis/re/member

We hope you’ll join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday, July 16th, as we present dis/re/member, a solo exhibition of assemblage works by Mary Clara Hutchison. In this body of work, Hutchison examines our connection to the objects in

August 13th, 2020 – June 19th, 2021: Beyond 2020 Vision

On Friday, June 18th, 2021, 6-9 PM, Kiosk will host a closing reception for the current exhibition, Beyond 2020 Vision. We request that our guests please wear a mask in the gallery. Over the past year, we’ve set aside a

August 13th, 2020 – June 19th, 2021: Beyond 2020 Vision

On Friday, June 18th, 2021, 6-9 PM, Kiosk will host a closing reception for the current exhibition, Beyond 2020 Vision. We request that our guests please wear a mask in the gallery. Over the past year, we’ve set aside a

March 20th – July 18th, 2020: Brandon Forrest Frederick – Diminishing Returns

Kiosk Gallery presents Brandon Forrest Frederick: Diminishing Returns, a solo exhibition of photography and related media. Frederick’s generous vision and playful critique are evident as he sifts through the detritus of consumerism in the context of contemporary culture. UPDATES: We

March 20th – July 18th, 2020: Brandon Forrest Frederick – Diminishing Returns

Kiosk Gallery presents Brandon Forrest Frederick: Diminishing Returns, a solo exhibition of photography and related media. Frederick’s generous vision and playful critique are evident as he sifts through the detritus of consumerism in the context of contemporary culture. UPDATES: We

January 17th – March 12th, 2020: Adam Crowley – Still Life

    Please join us 3rd Friday, January 17th, as Kiosk Gallery presents Adam Crowley: Still Life, a solo exhibition of oil paintings. Crowley alternates strategies in painting to emphasize the nature of time in the lives of the objects

January 17th – March 12th, 2020: Adam Crowley – Still Life

    Please join us 3rd Friday, January 17th, as Kiosk Gallery presents Adam Crowley: Still Life, a solo exhibition of oil paintings. Crowley alternates strategies in painting to emphasize the nature of time in the lives of the objects

November 15th, 2019 – January 9th, 2020: William Toney – Social Fabric

Please join us on 3rd Friday, November 15th, as Kiosk Gallery presents William Toney: Social Fabric, a solo exhibition featuring photography, installation, and assemblage. Toney’s work explores the complicated history of aspects of popular urban culture from personal, familial, and

November 15th, 2019 – January 9th, 2020: William Toney – Social Fabric

Please join us on 3rd Friday, November 15th, as Kiosk Gallery presents William Toney: Social Fabric, a solo exhibition featuring photography, installation, and assemblage. Toney’s work explores the complicated history of aspects of popular urban culture from personal, familial, and

September 20th – November 7th, 2019: Patricia Orpilla – Pillars

Please join us on 3rd Friday in September as Kiosk Gallery presents Pillars, a solo exhibition of sculptural work by Patricia Orpilla. This body of work explores imagery related to time, particularly as it pertains to our relationships with loved

September 20th – November 7th, 2019: Patricia Orpilla – Pillars

Please join us on 3rd Friday in September as Kiosk Gallery presents Pillars, a solo exhibition of sculptural work by Patricia Orpilla. This body of work explores imagery related to time, particularly as it pertains to our relationships with loved

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

January 18th – March 7th, 2019: Craig Deppen Auge – Volumes

On 3rd Friday in January, Kiosk Gallery presents Volumes, a solo exhibition of mixed media collage by Craig Deppen Auge. These works reference bookmaking, design, quilting and craft, while exploring myriad possibilities of latent meaning inherent in the collage process.

January 18th – March 7th, 2019: Craig Deppen Auge – Volumes

On 3rd Friday in January, Kiosk Gallery presents Volumes, a solo exhibition of mixed media collage by Craig Deppen Auge. These works reference bookmaking, design, quilting and craft, while exploring myriad possibilities of latent meaning inherent in the collage process.