Works by Christopher Jon Schroeder

Public Opening November 8, 2017

Christopher Jon Schroeder’s highly energetic and dynamic oil paintings demonstrate the culmination of three decades of dedication to his craft.

Prophets of Synesthesia

Works by Golden Dawn Arkestra

Arkestra is a multi-media art installation exhibiting visual works such as hanging sculpture, sound activation, viewing stations, photography, textile artifacts and objects.

Diez

Photographs by Hunter Barnes

The subject matter spans over a decade of calculated wandering that took place from 2000 – 2010 during which Barnes traveled the country and immersed himself into different niche and often dangerous...

Anamnesis

Works by Jennifer Lane

The prints in this series are made from small automatic paintings that draw from prehistoric art including Eastern and Near Eastern figurines as well as iconography.

Tomorrow’s flames are already burning

Works by Tom Jean Webb

Webb’s work is powerful in its simplistic expression. The gentle aesthetic symbols mixed in various mediums and color palettes combine to create an ephemeral and strong visual statement unique to th...

MY PARTY: Michael Lindsay-Hogg

Falling in Love (24" x 24", oil on board)

My Party is an upcoming exhibition of paintings and drawings by the Los Angeles based acclaimed director, writer, and artist Michael Lindsay-Hogg,

Welcome to The DEN

Located at the NW corner of the W Downtown

DEN is a co-working space that inspires creativity by integrating real estate concierge services and art.

Feminine Landscapes: Dagny Piasecki

Flat Top by Dagny Piasecki

In her photographs, her living subjects move with strength and fluidity. They command attention, unleash their raw force and envelope their environment.

Feminine Landscapes: Wynn Myers

Madrono Ranch by Wynn Myers

Wynn's portraits of women emote a sense of intimacy and thoughtfulness aiming to capture the essence of the person not just their physical form.

Sam Schonzeit: Five Years in Marfa

Untitled (Spray Foam) 2013

The works in this show are indicative or emblematic of a sort of schizophrenic practice that Sam Schonzeit has developed and indulged in during his five years in Marfa, Texas.

Found: Photographs of The Rolling Stones

Mick (1965)

Recently found in an unmarked box at a Los Angeles flea market, these historically invaluable prints provide a glimpse into a frenetic and nomadic era..the beginning of rock and roll culture.

Lostbound Memory: Joe Ely

Songwriter (1977-1982) by Joe Ely

LOSTBOUND MEMORY explores the narrative of two generations of gypsies and their parallel yet distinct interpretations of a world based on the nomadic principles of rock and roll culture.

Lostbound Memory: Marie Ely

Trailer by Marie Ely

Marie's work encapsulates deep earthy moods accented by light and spectrums of color culminating to evoke a pure sensual aesthetic.

Art at The DEN

Night Glitter 

Introducing, NIGHT GLITTER, a wholly unique and arresting sensory experience. As we officially kick-off our artist-in-residence program at The DEN, we invite you into the sublimely pscyhedelic world of this singular and exquisite ensemble. 

Friday and Saturday only, The DEN is presenting NIGHT GLITTER's richly layered multimedia project of dreamy landscape installations, projections, and music. This celebrated synth-pop band is an all-consuming exploration of how sound and optics allure and captivate us.

Conceived by LouLou Ghelichkhani (Thievery Corporation, Bone Fur and Feathers) and John Michael Schoepf (The Happen-Ins) and joined by the musical genius of their long time compatriots, Kyle Ellison and Josh Bleu, this group of prolific artists will present a transcendental experience. 

Opening reception is this Friday, followed by an interactive experiential workshop Saturday afternoon. 

Space is limited. Reservation required for Friday night. Open to the public Saturday. RSVP to art@denpg.com.

Opening Reception | Friday | Feb. 23rd | 8 PM - 11 PM
Interactive | Saturday | Feb. 24th | 12 PM - 5 PM 

Drew Liverman

Art at The DEN opens our Spring Season 2018 with artist Drew Liverman. Liverman’s work is lucid and elegant, examining the simple and mundane moments in our lives that often go frequently overlooked. He approaches his work intuitively with an aesthetic that at first glance would seem incomplete, unbalanced and quite literally rough around the edges. With images reduced to single colors, curious applications of paint, and an emphasis on materials such as burlap and denim, Liverman is intentionally delineating from traditional methods to see beyond prevailing concepts of perfection and still find beauty. His talent at combining the unconventional to create an intimacy within his work is worth experiencing. 

Liverman is an artist and designer living in Austin, Texas.  He received his B.F.A. in painting and printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2002.  Liverman’s drawing, painting, screen-printing, video/animation, and installation work has been featured in Beautiful Decay Magazine and shown in The Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow, Scotland; Atelier als Supermedium Artists Space for Contemporary Art Den Haag/Rijswijk, The Netherlands; and the Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Texas.  In addition to his personal work, he contributes to the Austin, Texas based art collective, Boozefox and has been an active MASS Gallery member since 2007.

Curatorial Director: Miguel Rangel