Join us for the opening of new exhibitions: Kalyn Barnoski in Sliver Space and Cleo the Gallery in Contemporary On-Site.

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Kalyn Barnoski

Kalyn Fay Barnoski (Cherokee Nation enrollee, Muscogee Creek descent) is an interdisciplinary artist, musician, curator, and educator from Oklahoma. Centering Indigenous and decolonial methodologies, their work focuses on self-location, community-building, collaboration, and empathy through the use of music, publication, storytelling, and contemporary craft. They hold an M.F.A. from University of Arkansas (2021), an M.A. from The University of Tulsa (2016), and a B.F.A. from Rogers State University (2012).

Adam Amram

Adam Amram (b. Haifa, Israel) earned a BFA in Painting and Printmaking from the Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore, MD) in 2016. He has shown most recently with Mother Gallery (Beacon, NY), The de Young Fine Arts Museum (San Francisco, CA), Works On Paper Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), Cleo the Gallery (Savannah GA), Harpy (Rutherford, NJ/ Brooklyn, NY), Melanie Flood Projects + Adams and Ollman Gallery (Portland, OR), and Resort (Baltimore, MD). Amram is represented by Mother Gallery. He is currently living in New Haven CT where he is pursuing an MFA at the Yale School of Art in Painting and Printmaking.

Carolina Casusol

Carolina Casusol (b. Lima, Peru) holds an MFA from Tulane University and a BFA from Corriente Alterna Art School, in partnership with San Marcos University, where she graduated with honors in 2011. Casusol received the Summer Merit Fellowship award from Tulane University and was a Nominated Candidate for CIFO Grands & Commissions Program in 2017. She was selected as an artist in residency for the Summer Art Program 2021 in the Bakehouse Art Complex (Miami, Fl), where now she works as a permanent artist in residency. Casusol’s recent practice explores the inevitable intersections in culture, language, and identity. Her artwork deals with historic issues of transition and displacement through various media, including installations, drawings, and photography. She has presented work in over 15 solo and group exhibitions in the United States, Peru, and Argentina. And was selected to be part of the first edition of the Immigrant Artist Biennial in NYC (2020) and recently received the Miami Artists Stipend Program award 2022. Carolina Casusol lives and works in Miami, FL.

Upcoming Events

April 14 / 12:30pm
Contemporary Talks

Villa Albertine Resident Artist Talk

Lydia Amarouche


Lydia Amarouche will discuss her practices of editorial and literary resistance, in New York, Atlanta, and LA.

April 18 / 7:00pm

Chit Chat Club

Presented by The Bakery

Chit Chat Club is a monthly networking series featuring talks from cool creative people, activities, and a rotating food pop-up! This event is hosted at different spaces throughout the city each month. Join The Bakery Atlanta in meeting a cool person and learning something new.

April 27 / 12:30pm

Donna Mintz

Studio Artist Wall Artist Talk


Join Donna Mintz, Studio Artist, and Robin Sandler, gallerist, for a discussion of the exhibition and Mintz’s artistic practice.

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