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"The way art is positioned and presented is becoming an increasing obsession in the art world. The rise of super curators and curatorial styles are under strong focus as never before. Expect big things from these ten emerging curators, who each reflect their own strong voices and approach to ideas, objects, and images."  - FRANCESCA GAVIN

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Bad Faith and Universal Technique
Mike Cloud
September 11 – October 18, 2014Opening Reception: Thursday, September 11, 6 – 8:30 pm
Thomas Erben is very excited to present the gallery’s first solo exhibition with painter Mike Cloud (b. 1974, Chicago, IL). In a new group of works ranging widely in size, vivid formal aspects combine with an urgent, visceral exploration of history, bringing into conversation the perspective of history’s survivors, along with its losers and winners.   MORE
Sep 7

Bad Faith and Universal Technique

Mike Cloud

September 11 – October 18, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 11, 6 – 8:30 pm

Thomas Erben is very excited to present the gallery’s first solo exhibition with painter Mike Cloud (b. 1974, Chicago, IL). In a new group of works ranging widely in size, vivid formal aspects combine with an urgent, visceral exploration of history, bringing into conversation the perspective of history’s survivors, along with its losers and winners.   MORE



we seemed to be unanimously elected… Bethany Collins, Oasa Duverney, Kenya (Robinson), Lorna Williams



September 7, 2014 to October 12, 2014

“I believe in listening to a person, the sea, the wind, the trees, but especially to young black women whose rocky road I am still traveling.” 
- Alice Walker

When Alice Walker published her book of essays entitled, In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens in 1983, she sought to answer questions about where African-American women stood in the feminist conversation. Thirty yearslater after the identity politics of the 90s and the post-black, post-racial aughts, we find ourselves with those questions still unanswered. we seemed to be unanimously elected to pick up where white women left off is a sentiment from those early essays on Black feminism that encapsulates the parenthetical addition of non-white and working class women to the feminist movement. This exhibition presents four artists working in very differentmedia addressing what it is to be an African-American woman in 21st century America.
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Sep 5

we seemed to be unanimously elected… Bethany Collins, Oasa Duverney, Kenya (Robinson), Lorna Williams
September 7, 2014 to October 12, 2014
“I believe in listening to a person, the sea, the wind, the trees, but especially to young black women whose rocky road I am still traveling.”
- Alice Walker
When Alice Walker published her book of essays entitled, In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens in 1983, she sought to answer questions about where African-American women stood in the feminist conversation. Thirty years
later after the identity politics of the 90s and the post-black, post-racial aughts, we find ourselves with those questions still unanswered. we seemed to be unanimously elected to pick up where white women left off is a sentiment from those early essays on Black feminism that encapsulates the parenthetical addition of non-white and working class women to the feminist movement. This exhibition presents four artists working in very different
media addressing what it is to be an African-American woman in 21st century America.

Sep 5

Soilder boi, tell ‘em.

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Sep 4

Jeffrey Rose is a Brooklyn based photographer originally from West Palm Beach, Florida.”  MORE

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Manchester based artist and illustrator Kim Thompson.

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Sep 1

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Aug 31

Yes.  That just happened.