Past Exhibitions

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Convergence

Art by Andrew Christenberry

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Co-Exist

Glenn Richardson, Eric Celarier, Albert Schweitzer

Curated by Molly Ruppert

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Complex Simplicity

Joseph Shetler and Jay Hendrick

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The Critiqued

An invitational exhibit of artists who have participated in The Critique, as quasi monthly series produced by Otis Street Arts Project 

Exhibiting Artists: Zofie Lang, Christian Tribastone, Ceci Cole McInturff, Amy Hughes Braden, Jose Fernandez, Alexandra Silverthorne, Fallon Chase, Amber Robles-Gordon, Joan Belmar, Katie Pumphrey, Steven Durow, Jacqui Crocetta, Stephanie Booth.

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OSAP Overtures

An exhibit of the residents of Otis Street Arts Project

Exhibiting Artists: Alma Selimovic, Liz Lescault, Hebron Chism, Jenna North, Gloria Chapa, Chris Bohner, Art Drauglis

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Home Is Where One Starts From

Curated by Zofie Lang

October 22nd- November 19th, 2016

This exhibition examines interior spaces, both literally and figuratively. Four artists explore the idea of home as a space of memory and identity, something that leaves a lasting impression even after they no longer inhabit it. 

Artists: Maggie Gourlay, Lisa Noble, Michele Monetelbano, and Khánh H. Lê’

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Florilegia

Works by Matt Hollis 
Curated by Molly Ruppert

July 8th- August 5th 2017

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The Migration of Pestilence
January 14th- February18th 2017

A collaborative art project including Ellyn Weiss, Sondra Arkin and Veronica Szalus

Washington Post Review of exhibition

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Body Language

September 9th-October 7th

Queer Artists and Activists from Post-Yugoslavia

Curated by Alma Selimovic

 

Artists:

Kristofer Andrić

Azra Čaušević

Ranka Delić

Nedžiba Idrizović

Damir Prljača

Anita Prša

Alex Spyke

Artgineering

October-December 2017

Art, science, math, meta-physics, et. al., think tank generated work.

Explorations not  considered previously or frequently. The brain’s elasticity can be stimulated by these observations. 

 

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March - April 2018

Scott Pennington is a Baltimore-based artist specializing in large-scale participatory installation and sculptural assemblage works. Drawing upon his background as a furniture and cabinet-maker, Pennington utilizes woodworking and construction techniques to create colorful, detailed works of art that engage varied audiences and invigorate public spaces. Pennington’s work suggests a tangible, yet illusory reality that examines labor, consumer culture, and the pursuit of simple pleasures, and the construction of nostalgic human connections both genuine and fictitious

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BODIES

Curated by Amy Lokoff

September 15th- October 13th

Featuring the works of 

Ashley Ja’nae, Hard Stitched, Dafna Steinberg, and Matt Storm.

WALL

February 22- March 22, 2019

Curated By Molly Ruppert

Artist:

Claudia Vess, Ellyn Weiss, Erwin Timmers, Gregg Hannan, Glenn Richardson, Jacqui Crocetta, Paul Hrusa, Scott Brooks, Wayson Jones and Yar Koporulin

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