Past Exhibitions

E.g., 2018/02/20
E.g., 2018/02/20

Nick Carter - The Same River | 11.3.17–1.6.18

SPACE Gallery is pleased to present The Same River, an installation by Providence-based artist, Nick Carter on view in the window from Friday, November 3, 2017 through Saturday, January 6, 2018. Nick Carter's installation layers cut and dyed cotton that is activated by the changing sunlight and the in-motion eyes each pedestrian, rider, and driver on Congress Street. Inspired by the experience... MORE
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Liz Miller - Mendacious Veracity | 11.1.17–1.6.18

SPACE Gallery is proud to present Mendacious Veracity, a colorful installation by Liz Miller who currently resides in Good Thunder, MN.  Through mixed media installations and works on paper, Liz Miller creates elaborate, abstract fictions that incorporate fragments of reality. The elegant, lacy silhouettes of imagery from sources such as firearms, killer bees, and deadly... MORE
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Alyssa Freitas - Here/Now | 11.1.17–1.6.18

SPACE Gallery is pleased to present Here/Now, a video project by Maine-based Alyssa Freitas on view in the gallery from Wednesday, November 1 through Saturday, January 6. Here/Now is a series of videos that focus on how one can find comfort through synthetic materials and mediation. The series explores anxieties brought on by social media and the YouTube subculture called ASMR (Autonomous... MORE
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Babel Revisited: Pop up exhibition by Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban | 10.6.17–10.14.17

SPACE Gallery is proud to present Babel Revisited - a collaboratation between Austin, TX - based artist duo, Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban. Babel Revisited is a pop up exhibition on occasion of the New England Art Book Fair on view from October 6th through the 14th. Mutchler and Urban will be giving a talk about Babel Revisted on Saturday October 7th, 11:30am. Both the talk and the New... MORE
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Surabhi Ghosh - Garlanding and Guise | 8.25.17–10.22.17

SPACE artist-in-residence Surabhi Ghosh culminates her two-week residency in a textile installation, Garlanding and Guise. The work examines the cultural significance of repetitive patterning by drawing on the marginalized power of the decorative, referencing ritual and competing nationalist narratives. Join us on Monday, August 21st at 7pm for Surabhi's talk titled “Now to then, there to here... MORE
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Sarah Ciurysek Landscape | 6.30.17–8.18.17

Landscape is a photographic installation that places the viewer under the surface of the ground. Referencing the stability and instability of the earth, the three photographic panels are seamless at their top and fragmented at their bottom. The high degree of realism and detial was posible due to a production process that mixes analogue and digitial: Landscape was shot on large-format film and... MORE
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Exquisite Corpse | 6.8.17–9.9.17

Exquisite Corpse is a drawing game in which an illustration is collectively assembled. Popular amoung French Surrealists, the game places in artists in situations of surprise and celebrates chance, coincidince and odd pairings. Each participating artist draws an image on a sheet of paper and then folds the paper to conceal the drawing before passing it along to the next person... MORE
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