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April at Gallery4Culture: Anne Drew Potter

April at Gallery4Culture: Anne Drew Potter

Anne Drew Potter My Bear’s House April 7—28, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, April 7, 6:00—8:00 pm Two colossal black bears constructed of contrasting fabrics and a nubile porcelain boy inhabit Anne Drew Potter’s installation, My Bear’s House. It is a scene of battle, domestication and sensuality. The work expresses themes of power, dominance, and the subversion...
2016-2017 Season @ Gallery4Culture

2016-2017 Season @ Gallery4Culture

The annual Gallery4Culture application cycle closed on January 11th. In mid-February, the selection panel met and deliberated. Beth Sellars, independent curator and co-founder of Suyama Space, and gallery alumni Rodrigo Valenzuela and Kimberly Trowbridge chose ten artists and artist teams for exhibitions beginning this fall and running through July 2017. The artists, listed in the order...
March at Gallery4Culture: Alexander Keyes

March at Gallery4Culture: Alexander Keyes

Alexander Keyes to: europa March 3—31, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, March 3, 6:00—8:00 pm Ever feel overwhelmed by the monotony and pressures of housework, family, and employment? Artist Alexander Keyes does. For relief, he has adopted a perspective of the world built on speculation and fantasy. His installation, to: europa, encompasses an array of escape mechanisms...
A New Role for Jordan Howland

A New Role for Jordan Howland

We are proud to announce that as of December 2015, stewardship of King County’s Public Art Collection and management of Gallery4Culture is in the capable hands of Jordan Howland! Jordan has been a member of the 4Culture staff in the role of Public Art Project Manager since 2007. In that time, she has overseen the production...
February at Gallery4Culture: Darius X

February at Gallery4Culture: Darius X

Darius X, A Boy Named Soo February 4—25, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, February 4, 6:00—8:00 pm In A Boy Named Soo, printmaker Darius X reflects on his life as a transgender Korean adoptee raised in the Pacific Northwest. The exhibition includes work from 2004 to the present. Driven by a yearning to find his place within...
January at Gallery4Culture: Michelle de la Vega

January at Gallery4Culture: Michelle de la Vega

Michelle de la Vega, SUCCESSION: The Exchange Project January 7—January 28, 2016 Opening: 1st Thursday, January 7, 6:00—8:00 PM Artist Talk: Thursday, January 14, 4:00 PM In SUCCESSION: The Exchange Project, Seattle-based multidisciplinary artist and activist, Michelle de la Vega explores the complex dynamics of the neighborhood in which Gallery4Culture is located, a community largely segregated...
Esther Luttikhuizen Retires from 4Culture

Esther Luttikhuizen Retires from 4Culture

On First Thursday December 3, Gallery4Culture will host a closing reception for Alexander Mouton’s exhibition Some Time Later…I’m Here: Photographs from Poland and Ukraine. This will be the final gallery reception hosted by 4Culture staffer Esther Luttikhuizen, who is retiring on December 4. In a December 1, 2008 interview in City Arts announcing Esther as the newest staff...
Call for Artists: Gallery4Culture 2016-17 Season

Call for Artists: Gallery4Culture 2016-17 Season

Gallery4Culture is seeking exhibition proposals for the season beginning in September 2016 and running through July 2017. The gallery is located on the street-level of the 4Culture administrative offices in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood and presents solo, collaborative and group shows by visual artists who reside in King County. When to Apply...
November at Gallery4Culture: Alexander Mouton

November at Gallery4Culture: Alexander Mouton

Alexander Mouton, Some Time Later…I’m Here: Photographs from Poland and Ukraine November 5—December 3, 2015 Opening: First Thursday, November 5, 6:00—8:00 PM Closing: First Thursday, December 3, 6:00—8:00 PM Please note: the gallery will be closed November 26—27 for the Thanksgiving holiday Next month, Gallery4Culture features a 22-photograph exhibition by Seattle-based artist Alexander Mouton titled Some...
October at Gallery4Culture: Two Artists Investigate Early Language and Movement

October at Gallery4Culture: Two Artists Investigate Early Language and Movement

October at Gallery4Culture Robert Twomey: The Serious Business of Children Matthew Whitney: A Line Amongst Other Lines October 1 – 29, 2015   Gallery4Culture is pleased to present Seattle-based artists Robert Twomey and Matthew Whitney in solo installations that both use advanced technology to investigate elemental ideas – in the case of Twomey, the tools...
Guest Post: Integrating Pioneer Square’s Communities with Michelle de la Vega

Guest Post: Integrating Pioneer Square’s Communities with Michelle de la Vega

This month we open an exciting new season at Gallery4Culture, and today we look ahead to January, when artist Michelle de la Vega will put on a show that responds to the building, architecture and community surrounding the gallery. She shared insights into her process as she works now to prepare: On September 3, during...
September Opens a New Season of Shows at Gallery4Culture

September Opens a New Season of Shows at Gallery4Culture

SEPTEMBER AT GALLERY4CULTURE Sadie Wechsler: Part I: Redo September 3 – 24, 2015 Opening reception: First Thursday, September 3, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Gallery4Culture kicks off the fall season with Part I: Redo by Seattle-based artist Sadie Wechsler, a body of photographs that presents an off-kilter world. Subtly deceptive setups and faintly discordant elements feed...