Category Archives: Past Shows

October 19th – November 8th, 2018: Jennifer Boe – Who Needs Donuts?

On 3rd Friday in October, Kiosk Gallery presents Who Needs Donuts? – a solo exhibition of embroidered work by Jennifer Boe. Boe’s detailed embroidery draws upon emotional and memorial connection with food, through a meditative practice which explores a paradoxical

October 19th – November 8th, 2018: Jennifer Boe – Who Needs Donuts?

On 3rd Friday in October, Kiosk Gallery presents Who Needs Donuts? – a solo exhibition of embroidered work by Jennifer Boe. Boe’s detailed embroidery draws upon emotional and memorial connection with food, through a meditative practice which explores a paradoxical

September 21st – October 12th, 2018: Sid Garrison – Backstory

Sid Garrison: Backstory September 21st– October 12th, 2018 We hope you will join us on Third Friday, September 21st, as we present Backstory, a solo exhibition of abstract colored pencil drawings by Sid Garrison. These works, spanning the years 2008 to 2011,

September 21st – October 12th, 2018: Sid Garrison – Backstory

Sid Garrison: Backstory September 21st– October 12th, 2018 We hope you will join us on Third Friday, September 21st, as we present Backstory, a solo exhibition of abstract colored pencil drawings by Sid Garrison. These works, spanning the years 2008 to 2011,

August 17th – September 13th, 2018: Nicolas Gadbois – Semaphor

Please join us on Third Friday, August 17th, as we present Semaphor, a solo exhibition of bas relief cement paintings by Nicolas Gadbois. Informed by his experience in the construction industry and his interest in texture and ancient bas relief, Gadbois

August 17th – September 13th, 2018: Nicolas Gadbois – Semaphor

Please join us on Third Friday, August 17th, as we present Semaphor, a solo exhibition of bas relief cement paintings by Nicolas Gadbois. Informed by his experience in the construction industry and his interest in texture and ancient bas relief, Gadbois

July 20th – August 9th, 2018: Luke Firle – Parts of Something

We are happy to announce that we are completing our move to the historic Livestock Exchange Building in the West Bottoms! We would love for you to join us as we celebrate our grand reopening on Third Friday, July 20th,

July 20th – August 9th, 2018: Luke Firle – Parts of Something

We are happy to announce that we are completing our move to the historic Livestock Exchange Building in the West Bottoms! We would love for you to join us as we celebrate our grand reopening on Third Friday, July 20th,

March 16th – 24th, 2018: Eric Dodson – Leavings

  Join us on 3rd Friday in March for the final show in our Columbus Park location, as we present “Leavings” – a solo exhibition of new assemblage and installation work by Eric Dodson. Eric Dodson is a Kansas City-based

March 16th – 24th, 2018: Eric Dodson – Leavings

  Join us on 3rd Friday in March for the final show in our Columbus Park location, as we present “Leavings” – a solo exhibition of new assemblage and installation work by Eric Dodson. Eric Dodson is a Kansas City-based

January 19th – February 8th, 2018: Erin Dodson – Where We Lived

At the end of our lease in March, Kiosk Gallery will be leaving our current space. For the final two shows in the Columbus Park location, we will feature work by our volunteer artist staff. On 3rd Friday in January,

January 19th – February 8th, 2018: Erin Dodson – Where We Lived

At the end of our lease in March, Kiosk Gallery will be leaving our current space. For the final two shows in the Columbus Park location, we will feature work by our volunteer artist staff. On 3rd Friday in January,

November 17th, 2017 – January 11th, 2018- Gerry Trilling: Was.Is.Will

On November 17th, Kiosk Gallery presents “Was.Is.Will” – an exhibition of new works by mid-career artist Gerry Trilling. Deeply interested in material culture, Trilling’s constructed paintings trigger memory association, starting dialogues about family history and culture. Artist’s reception: Friday, November

November 17th, 2017 – January 11th, 2018- Gerry Trilling: Was.Is.Will

On November 17th, Kiosk Gallery presents “Was.Is.Will” – an exhibition of new works by mid-career artist Gerry Trilling. Deeply interested in material culture, Trilling’s constructed paintings trigger memory association, starting dialogues about family history and culture. Artist’s reception: Friday, November