Fall Updates

FALL NEWSLETTER  Jered Sprecher - The Study, 2013


We have very much enjoyed having Jered Sprecher : Stacking Stones on exhibit since September. Stacking Stones is now approaching its last week, so please come see it while it's up! If you are far away and won't be able to visit, you can check out the exhibition catalog that we put together for the show here! Complete with installation shots, pricing and information about Jered and his work.


Jered Sprecher is keeping busy this fall!  His second solo show this fall, Here & There opens today, October 10th at Tops Gallery in Memphis. Congrats Jered!


Tucker Nichols "Topics of Conversation" napkin, created for Pop-Up Magazine's "Dinner" issue


The talented and witty Tucker Nichols has recently collaborated with Pop-Up Magazine and made some Topic of Conversation napkins. Suggested Topics of conversation: “Seriously benign confessions,” “What I know about cheese,” “For the last time how daylight savings works” and more. You can buy them here!




Futurefarmers Flatbread Society, at the Broad Museum

Amy Franceschini + Futurefarmers and are currently on view at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University.  The Land Grant: Flatbread Society will be on view through this Sunday, October 12 and in conclusion there will be a number of workshops and parties. If you’re in the East Lansing area this weekend, please check it out!


Alice Shaw's new body of gilded black and white photos of the California landscape are currently on view in her solo show Heavy Metal at Dominican University. On exhibit through October 25th.

Lauren Davies is a part of the current group show Shoebox Orchestra at the newly re-opened ampersand international arts. On view through November 14th.

Michelle Grabner is unstoppable this year, with a new solo show that just opened at James Cohan Gallery in NYC, and was recently asked to be juror for the 2015 Northeast issue of New American Paintings. She has also been popping up all over the web lately for her writing, interviewing, contributing to the new Klein Artist Works webinars, and was named no. 27 of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the Art World!