Archived shows at Claire Oliver Gallery:

Gabi Trinkaus: New Works Laetitia Soulier: Fractal Architectures Norbert Brunner: Cook Local Impact Infinite Matt Bahen: The Curve of the Earth Lisa Alonzo: Cash is King Jazz-minh Moore: Middle of Nowhere Beth Lipman: Alone and the Wilderness Matt Bahen: An Introduction Beth Lipman: Alone and the Wilderness Matt Bahen: Pop-up Introduction Andrew Erdos: Invaluable Matthew Sleeth: Magnificent Obsessions Norbert Brunner: Choose to Believe and Diggs & Hillel: Harlem Migration: Group exhibition Judith Schaechter: Dark Matter Summer Group Exhibition Gabi Trinkaus: Paradise with a Limp Lisa Alonzo: Vanilla Scented Sovereignty Anna Navasardian: Black and White Andy Denzler: Between the Fragments Bernardi Roig: The Mirror (Exercises To Be Another) Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel: 125th — Time in Harlem Herb Jackson: Veils Things to Come Judith Schaechter: The Battle of Carnival and Lent Andrew Erdos: Guaranteed Impermanence Jazz-minh Moore: All Our Grandmothers Beth Lipman: Precarious Possessions Beyond Bling: The Artist as Jeweler Lori Field: Wild Horses and Wallflowers Come Undone: Group Show 10-TWENTY-10: Group Show Gino Rubert: True Love Norbert Brunner: Smiling Broadly Jennifer Poon: Strange Blooms Matthew Sleeth: The Rise and Fall of Western Civilization (And Other Obvious Metaphors) Trevor Guthrie: Another Sputnik Moment, Please Andy Denzler: Dissonance and Contemplation The Devil Can Cite Scripture Surface Stephanie Lempert Herb Jackson: Firestorm in the Teahouse Jesse McCloskey: New World Nightmares Michael Anderson: The Street is My Palette Six Degrees of Separation: A New Generation of Canadian Artists Lori Field: The Sky is Falling Large Scale Works from Moscow. Featuring AES+F and Gosha Ostretsov Judith Schaechter: Beauty and the Beef Jennifer Poon: A Temporary Space