IN THE GALLERY

Lemon Box & other works Robert Caputo Lemon Box is an exhibition of works that uses familiar media to explore familiar objects. Sculptor Robert Caputo is particularly interested in places where the known intersects with the unknown, the personal, the interior, and the ulterior.

Lemon Box & other works
Robert Caputo
Lemon Box is an exhibition of works that uses familiar media to explore familiar objects. Sculptor Robert Caputo is particularly interested in places where the known intersects with the unknown, the personal, the interior, and the ulterior.

Oct. 3-Nov. 15 Stargazing & Colum of Uncertainty two installations by Mia Capodilupo (on view as part of the Terrain Biennal) which use discarded and everyday materials to engage with ideas of landscape, place, & socioeconomic mobility

Oct. 3-Nov. 15

Stargazing & Colum of Uncertainty
two installations by Mia Capodilupo (on view as part of the Terrain Biennal)
which use discarded and everyday materials to engage with ideas of landscape, place, & socioeconomic mobility


UPCOMING

Monday, Oct. 30, 8-10p
SMUT
Peanut Ricky
brought to you by the PS1 Free Studio Residency
 

Nov. 7-12
work by Jade Ariana Fair
Center for Afrofuturist Studies artist-in-residence
reception & artist talk: Sat. Nov. 11, 6-8pm

Jan. 20-27
Dear Future: the PS1 annual art auction

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Gallery FAQs and Logistics

The image below shows our gallery/performance space layout. The performance space may be used for one-time events associated with the gallery, but will also host improv, theater, music, readings, screenings, etc. by various Iowa City groups throughout the course of each exhibition. You can see documentation of some previous exhibitions here.

What supplies do you provide to artists?
Because we are an almost completely volunteer-run space on a very limited budget, we are not able to cover shipping to the gallery or most materials.
We do provide: promotional exhibition postcards, reception food, basic installation supplies/tools, and white paint.
We can usually provide: b/w printing/copying (up to 11x17") in decent quantities, access to printmaking equipment and an industrial kitchen, homestay accommodations and home-cooked meals for visiting artists, and local scavenging/borrowing for installation items.

tech/furniture available for gallery use:
8 pedestals of varying shapes and sizes
a handful of flat and slanted wall shelves
40" flat-screen monitor with USB and A/V inputs (smart TV)
16" flat-screen monitor with A/V inputs
digital projector
DVD player
small portable speaker set
scrolling LED display
random assortment of furniture

Can I sell my work in the gallery?
We are a non-commercial gallery and therefore do not focus on making art sales or showing "sellable" work. However, you are welcome to price your work. If work sells, we ask for a donation of 20% of the sale price. We are also happy to host projects that engage with economies beyond the traditional gallery model.

Can I propose time-based and/or participatory work?
Yes!! We encourage artists to propose performances, screenings, happenings, workshops, etc. either as their project or in conjunction with a gallery exhibition.

More questions?
Email us at gallery@publicspaceone.com!