Gaspard Gallery

New perspectives built on creative foundation

by (DwellingPlace)

Submitted 08-05-2014 under PLACE-MATTERS

The character of South Division Avenue between Fulton and Wealthy is unlike any other. This collection of blocks is inhabited by makers and organizers who are active, creative and motivated to provide artistic experiences for the community. The...

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Art galleries say congratulations, farewell; contemplate "home"

by (DwellingPlace)

Submitted 07-29-2014 under NONPROFITS

This Friday, August 1, vendors, musicians, food trucks and entertainers will flock to South Division for a festive, spirited evening of music and handmade goods. Following a successful turnout in June, The Market on First Fridays returns with even...

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First Fridays to merge with The Market for summer months

by (DwellingPlace)

Submitted 06-03-2014 under NONPROFITS

Visit an outdoor market and more than 10 gallery stops during The Market on First Fridays: Presented by Avenue for the Arts on June 6, 2014. For the summer months, First Fridays is merging with The Market to create a single event. In addition to the...

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Beauty lies in the eye

by (ajpaschka)

Submitted 12-27-2013 under OPINION

Recently, I was able to view the creation of "Beholder," a book produced by Gaspard Gallery with words by Jacob Bullard, design by Ben Biondo and photography by artist Chris Cox. I’m lucky to own one due to the limited edition of the...

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"Beholder" images explore man's disconnection from nature, ritual

by (kevinbuist)

Submitted 12-05-2013 under OPINION

On December 6 Chris Cox, photographer and founder of Gaspard Gallery, will release a book of photographs titled Beholder. The large, soft cover volume features two poems by Jacob Bullard, and is designed by Ben Biondo. Biondo’s design is...

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Gaspard Gallery combines poetry and photography

by (alexfluegel)

Submitted 09-24-2012 under OPINION

ArtPrize foot traffic tapers off somewhere on South Division between Rumors Nightclub and the Goodwill. Though the area between Fulton and Wealthy Street contain the highest concentration of year-round art galleries, few seem interested or...

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