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Artists, submit your exhibition proposals for Gallery4Culture's 2017-2018 season!

Artists, submit your exhibition proposals for Gallery4Culture’s 2017-2018 season!

Gallery4Culture showcases contemporary art, presenting the work of outstanding independent artists living in King County. Our 1,000 sq. ft. exhibition space is located on the street level of the 4Culture administrative offices in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square. Visual artists working in all media and genres are invited to submit solo, collaborative and group...
Artist Talk with Deborah Faye Lawrence

Artist Talk with Deborah Faye Lawrence

Deborah Faye Lawrence: Open Carry On view November 3—December 1, 2016 at Gallery4Culture Artist Talk: Tuesday, November 29, 6:00 pm “Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.” – Bertolt Brecht Deborah Faye Lawrence uses satirical collage as a political and psychological tool. Join us on Tuesday,...
Creative Justice Youth Take a Stand Against Gentrification with Pop-Up Exhibit

Creative Justice Youth Take a Stand Against Gentrification with Pop-Up Exhibit

  Creative Justice We Still Live Here December 7—15, 2016 Curated by JoJo Gaon and Aaron Counts Opening: Thursday, December 8, 6:00—8:00 pm Gallery4Culture – 101 Prefontaine Place South, Seattle, WA 98104 Our region is changing. Fueled by the thriving technology industry, Seattle has become one of the fastest growing big cities in the country....
November at Gallery4Culture: Deborah Faye Lawrence

November at Gallery4Culture: Deborah Faye Lawrence

Deborah Faye Lawrence Open Carry November 3–December 1, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, November 3, 6:00—8:00 pm Closing: First Thursday, December 1, 6:00—8:00 pm Deborah Faye Lawrence uses satirical collage as a political and psychological tool. Aligned with personal, domestic and global issues and events, her work—rendered on canvas, paper, board, and recycled metal serving trays—reflects a decades-long...
October at Gallery4Culture: Brit Ruggirello

October at Gallery4Culture: Brit Ruggirello

Brit Ruggirello Blue Hotel September 6—27, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, October 6, 6:00—8:00 pm Blue Hotel Series 2, Episode 1 with performances by Cake “Alchemy!” and Up North Brit Ruggirello is interested in interpersonal relationships, digital representation, party aesthetics, and the interior design of Las Vegas hotels. Her installations, or Mood Boards, commemorate the everyday—objects,...
September at Gallery4Culture: Sylwia Tur

September at Gallery4Culture: Sylwia Tur

Sylwia Tur Image Space September 1–29, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, September 1, 6:00–8:00 pm Sylwia Tur’s interests lie in a variety of systems: language, architecture and design, distilled to their basic components of organization, grid, proportion and reduction. Her new body of work, Image Space, is about the language of structures, space and movement, where...
Come See Us at Seattle Art Fair!

Come See Us at Seattle Art Fair!

After incredible success in its first year, Seattle Art Fair is back August 4—7 at CenturyLink Field Event Center, and we’re excited to be part of the festivities! Whether you’re an artist, gallery-owner, arts administrator, or someone who just loves seeing great art, come chat with us—we’ll have a table at the Fair all weekend long....
July at Gallery4Culture: Andrew Hoeppner

July at Gallery4Culture: Andrew Hoeppner

Andrew Hoeppner Monkey God July 7—August 8*, 2016 Opening: July 7, 6—8 pm Closing: August 4, 6—8 pm *Exhibition extends through August 8th to align with the Seattle Art Fair Artist Andrew Hoeppner’s solo exhibition, Monkey God, investigates themes of human identity and our relationship to the natural world, transforming Gallery4Culture with vivid, illustrative ceramic...
June at Gallery4Culture: Pat De Caro

June at Gallery4Culture: Pat De Caro

Pat De Caro Foreign Shores June 2—30, 2016 Opening: First Thursday, June 2, 6:00—8:00 pm Pat De Caro presents Foreign Shores, an expansive collection of over eighty charcoal drawings that reflect our relationship to memory and time. Mounted in a narrative grid, extending wall to wall and floor to ceiling, the drawings surround the viewer. They...
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...