Carrie Secrist Gallery
Update from Carrie, May 2020:
After nearly two decades of calling our exhibition space at 835 W Washington Blvd our happy home base, as of June 1, 2020 Carrie Secrist Gallery will be moving out permanently.
For the time being, CSG will be transferring its physical operations to a private luxury condo building across the street at 900 W. Washington Blvd. In partnership with this new development since December of 2018, this collaboration (CSG x 900) has offered an exclusive experience for private viewings and events. Collectively in 24,000+ square feet of gallery quality exhibition space made available to CSG in the 10 story development, we have curated solo, two person and group installations of new and historic works by many of our gallery artists past and present. We will be taking meetings by appointment only in this space from now through Labor Day.
Recent exhibitions may be found in our new virtual “gallery space” with some shows accessible via the gallery's Online Viewing Room archive via our website.
Carrie Secrist Gallery, established in 1992, features contemporary artwork by emerging and mid-career artists who work in a variety of mediums.
Represented artists include: Whitney Bedford, Stephen Eichhorn, Shannon Finley, Diana Guerrero-Maciá, Andrew Holmquist, Anne Lindberg, Liliana Porter, Michael Robinson and Dannielle Tegeder.
Image: Andrew Holmquist, NEW SUCCULENCE Installation, Carrie Secrist Gallery, March 2019. Photo by Nathan Keay.