UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

GAZE Modern features unique revolving exhibitions of local and regional emerging and mid-career artists as well as group exhibitions and collaborative participatory projects.

 
 

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SHOPLIFTABLE

January 25 - February 10, 2019

Opening reception: Saturday, January 26, 5-8pm

SHOPLIFTABLE, is a week-long invitational micro exhibition that challenges 50 artists from Southwest Florida to create small things with depth.

Inspiring and thought provoking, the works represent a full range--from political and social commentary to humor, from personal narrative to enigmatic statements, and from realism to abstraction. These works of art demonstrate the imaginative spirit and the endless creativity of the artist.

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DAVID STEINER: CONSPICIO

February 15 - 24, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday February 16, 5-8PM


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FLORIDA LETTERPRESS

March 2-April 7, 2019

A selection of letterpress prints by regional artists and special guests, curated by Bridget Elmer and Kaitlin Crockett from Print St. Pete Community Letterpress.

This exhibition will include live printing and limited editions on-site. Mark your calendars!


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COMMON DENOMINATOR: MARY GRANDPRÉ + TOM CASMER

April 13 – May 12, 2019

This exhibition will feature the colorful and insightful abstract and tradigital paintings from the married duo.



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KEITH CROWLEY

May 18 – June 16, 2019

Keith relocated to the Lone Pine RV Park in Ruskin, FL, in February 2015 after being hired as the Sr. Preparator at the Ringing Museum of Art. During this time, Keith commuted to Sarasota from the camper he borrowed from his brother-in-law. During this adjustment, he spent a lot of time observing the light and buildings of this strange new place.

Keith received an MFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2001.

In 2006 he began using snapshots as the basis of painting imagery. The ritual of commuting was a frequent subject, and the commitment to landscape imagery has continued.