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Our Exhibitions

Previous Exhibitions

The Metamorphosis [Exhibition]

From biblical references and Greek mythology to early feminist works and art-world lore, the works in May’s exhibition express multitudes of complex ideas through symbols and narrative storytelling.

The Metamorphosis [Exhibition]

In My Backyard [Exhibition]

As spring casts its spell, the work in our April exhibition captures the tranquility, cultural nuances, sense of community, and potential dangers lurking outside our back door. Exploring the fragile boundaries between inside and out, this month’s artists uncover the hidden significance of everyday objects, anticipate unseen threats, and revel in the restorative quality of nature.

In My Backyard [Exhibition]

About Books [Exhibition]

Blending memories and myths with intimate observations and responses to current events, the artists in our March exhibition investigate the evolving role of books in an era of censorship and book banning.

About Books [Exhibition]

PINK! [Exhibiton]

Love it or loathe it, pink is everywhere right now.

PINK! [Exhibiton]

Hollywood Land [Exhibition]

When the Sign first appeared in the 1920s, it read “HOLLYWOODLAND” and blinked out the syllables in letters 43 feet tall, morphing over the years from ad to icon. The artists included in our first exhibition of the year blend their creative visions with the realities of life in the City of Angels.

Hollywood Land [Exhibition]

Down a Long, Dark Corridor [Exhibition]

In our 10th exhibition of the year, NOT REAL ART reinterprets the classic tropes of Gothic horror—hysteria, paranoia, and eroticism—through a gendered lens.

Down a Long, Dark Corridor [Exhibition]

Aftereffects [Exhibition]

The artists in Aftereffects use physical, emotional, and psychological challenges as a platform to create arresting multimedia work. Responding to trauma, depression, disorders, disability, and addiction, they transform personal experience and reflections on the world around them into conceptually based paintings, sculptures, works on paper, textiles, and installation.

Aftereffects [Exhibition]

Architecture, Interiors, and Urban Landscapes [Exhibition]

In our eighth exhibition of the year, NOT REAL ART celebrates and reimagines the world of architecture and design, exploring the structures we inhabit, the buildings we pass on the street, and the cities and suburbs that surround us.

Architecture, Interiors, and Urban Landscapes [Exhibition]

Art and Tech [Exhibition]

In our seventh exhibition of the year, ‘Art and Tech,’ NOT REAL ART examines the interplay between art, artists, and the rapidly evolving tech landscape surrounding them.

Art and Tech [Exhibition]

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