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.

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,

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.

FOUND: Photographs of The Rolling Stones

January, 2014 to March 23, 2014
Presented by The DEN

FOUND: Photographs of the Rolling Stones will be an exhibition of thirty-­four rare and candid photographs that document the legendary Rolling Stones on their 1965 American tour.

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. The photographer remains unknown.

Set in the landscape of Savannah, Georgia and Clearwater, Florida, the eager and compelling subjects are Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and founding member and road manager, Ian Stewart.

On tour at a time when the world began to firmly embrace the music and style of the British Invasion, the band's playful and carefree moments can only be viewed as ephemeral and fleeting. This striking collection of images captures the youthful and innocent narrative of five young men on the brink of a fame that has proven to be enduring and timeless. Caught in close frame, their expressions of genuine boyish naiveté, hopefulness, mischief and a lust for what lies ahead are revealed: the band plays poolside, Brian Jones dives and swims, Mick sunbathes in his shades while cans of beer and cigarettes are token companions.

This exhibition made its debut in Los Angeles in 2012 at Dilettante in collaboration with George Augusto, Lauren White and Apart Projects.
 

Gallery

Untitled (Bill Wyman Light), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
Untitled (Mick & Waiter), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Mick & Charlie Poolside 2), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Brian Jones Diving), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
Untitled (Mick, Portrait), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Charlie Watts, Brian Jones), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
Untitled (Brian Jones Chain), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Keith Richards), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Mick Shades 2), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Charlie Yawning), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Charie Standing), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Brian Hand on Chin), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Bill Wyman Smoking), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Mick & Ian Stewart), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Charlie & Bill), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Brian Sunbathing), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Brian Stripes), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Mick & Charlie Poolside 1), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Brian Poolside), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Mick Shades 1), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Charlie Watts, Brian Jones), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
 
Untitled (Brian Sweatshirt), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Bill Wyman Portrait), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"
 
Untitled (Brian with Towel), 1965
Archival Pigment Print
25" x 36"
7" x 10"

To purchase any of the pieces from this exhibit or for further details please contact art@denpg.com or call us at 512.222.3364.

About The DEN

The DEN is a two-story multi-purpose real estate studio, gallery and gathering place located in Austin, Texas. It functions as an experimental space for both professionals and creative contemporaries alike that make up Austin’s thriving community. Featuring modern design The DEN promotes collaborations ranging from avant-garde art installations to private events to impromptu meetings. For artists interested in submitting work please email art@denpg.com with your information and inquiries.
 
Taylor Livingston is a Texas native who has collaborated with internationally renowned artists, curators, institutions and brand partners to bring multi‐faceted art endeavors to fruition. Taylor is a co‐founder of Apart Projects, an art project management firm based in Los Angeles, and is currently the Director of The Hopper Art Trust that manages Dennis Hopper’s artwork. Most recently, she has taken the position as the new Curatorial Director of The DEN.