Category Archives: Past Shows

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

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

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

October 21st – November 10th, 2016: Sarah Hearn – Accumulation

On 3rd Friday in October, Kiosk Gallery presents Accumulation by Kansas City artist Sarah Hearn. Over the course of 3.5 years, Hearn observed, photographed, and categorized cloud types – selecting 27 representative examples of the most common clouds. Using a

October 21st – November 10th, 2016: Sarah Hearn – Accumulation

On 3rd Friday in October, Kiosk Gallery presents Accumulation by Kansas City artist Sarah Hearn. Over the course of 3.5 years, Hearn observed, photographed, and categorized cloud types – selecting 27 representative examples of the most common clouds. Using a

September 16th – October 13th, 2016 – Black House Collective Sound Art Residency

On 3rd Friday in September, Kiosk Gallery will host an opening reception for the Black House Collective Sound Art Residency, which culminates in an exhibition titled Chromatic Bowls. The selected sound artist, Jason Charney, will create an installation incorporating steel

September 16th – October 13th, 2016 – Black House Collective Sound Art Residency

On 3rd Friday in September, Kiosk Gallery will host an opening reception for the Black House Collective Sound Art Residency, which culminates in an exhibition titled Chromatic Bowls. The selected sound artist, Jason Charney, will create an installation incorporating steel

August 19th – September 8th, 2016: Adam Finkelston – Across Disciplines

On 3rd Friday in August, Kiosk Gallery welcomes Adam Finkelston as he presents a new series of photographs. “Across Disciplines” is a series of still-lifes incorporating objects associated with Finkelston’s environment as an educator, where he and his fellow teachers

August 19th – September 8th, 2016: Adam Finkelston – Across Disciplines

On 3rd Friday in August, Kiosk Gallery welcomes Adam Finkelston as he presents a new series of photographs. “Across Disciplines” is a series of still-lifes incorporating objects associated with Finkelston’s environment as an educator, where he and his fellow teachers