SOIL Gallery

Given Time. Given Place.

Curated by John Radtke and Philip LaDeau.

Start             2.2.17
End               2.25.17
Reception    2.2.17, Thursday, 6-8 pm

Given Time. Given Place. responds to the space of SOIL Gallery, installing artwork in a way that responds to and interacts with the unique features of the gallery. The seven artists utilize simplicity and a minimalist vocabulary in their works, creating a dialogue with the immediate space surrounding their work – each inevitably affecting the other. The formal elements, materials, and placements of objects work in tandem to redefine the gallery not as a whole, but in parts. Any given place becomes inseparable from the artwork, if only for some small amount of given time.

Artists: Julia Heineccius, Matt Kelly, Scott Kemp, Philip LaDeau, David Andrew Nelson, Scott Proctor, John Radtke.

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In the Backspace: Hang In There

Paula Rebsom

Start             2.2.17
End               2.25.17
Reception    2.2.17, Thursday, 6-8 pm

I recently came across this quote attributed to Franklin D. Roosevelt: “When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.” It suggests to me a desperate yet hopeful kind of optimism, which is the feeling I was attempting to conjure up for this show. I’m not sure how successful I was, but if you line yourself up just right, you might be rewarded with a smile.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Each Eats Its Own
Adrienne Heloise, Ben Hirschkoff, Dakota Gearhart
March 2 – April 1, 2017

Save the Date!

SOIL Gallery is delighted to announce the date for our 2017 auction:

Sunday, June 4, 2017
Noon – 5pm

Location and other details will be released soon.

SOIL’S WINTER HOURS

SOIL’s current open hours are 11am to 4pm, Thursdays through Sundays.