Nix Burox, Victoria Day, Rachael Dodgson, Jessica Palmer


June 10, 2022July 23, 2022

Opening Reception

June 11, 202212:00pm – 3:00pm

WITH/IN is a group exhibition that defines and responds to intimacy and connection at a time when, in the wake of the pandemic, interpersonal relationships are more isolated and digitally-focused than ever.

Pudy Tong

roll! stack! fold! break! (old man yells at cloud)

April 22, 2022June 4, 2022

Opening Reception

April 23, 202212:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Inspired by depictions of the physical newspaper in popular culture, the print-based sculptures in 'roll! stack! fold! break! (old man yells at cloud)' by Pudy Tong, play up the notions of superficial knowing and tenuous materiality.

Pamela Dodds

Documenting Border Barriers

March 4, 2022April 16, 2022

'Documenting Border Barriers' is an exhibition by Pamela Dodds that addresses the exponential rise in the building of fortified fences and walls between nations and territories to control and prevent the movement of people.

Samar Hejazi

Geometries of Difference

January 14, 2022February 26, 2022

'Geometries of Difference' by Samar Hejazi speaks to the internally discontinuous repetition of acts through time that construct the performative role of identification.

Rocky Dobey

Dark Age Ahead

October 29, 2021December 18, 2021

The long history of vicious weapons adorned in beautiful engravings is remembered and reflected in this exhibition titled 'Dark Age Ahead' by Rocky Dobey.

Philippe Blanchard

Interference Patterns

September 10, 2021October 23, 2021

'Interference Patterns', by Philippe Blanchard, expands on the boundaries of print through the use of projected video and installation.

Rochelle Rubinstein


November 20, 2020March 6, 2021

'SHELTER in PLACE' features Rochelle Rubinstein’s block printed banners, which support and promote social and environmental advocacy. Rubinstein reworked her banners to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Yael Brotman and Libby Hague

Pink city, Green branches revisited

October 16, 2020November 14, 2020

'Pink city, Green branches revisited' is a collaborative reimagining of the installation created for Impact 10 in Santander, Spain, 2018, by artists Yael Brotman and Libby Hague. 

Andrea deBruijn


September 4, 2020October 3, 2020

In 'SHADE', Andrea deBruijn fills the gallery with black printed foliage, inviting reflection on our changing relationship to natural environments.

Nix Burox

Room for Absence

February 14, 2020March 14, 2020

Opening Reception

February 14, 20206:00 – 8:00 PM

'Room for Absence' features small and large scale woodcut, letterpress text, and installation work. Nix Burox uses autobiography and self-analysis to examine issues of mental illness, gender, and being an artist struggling to find coherence.