An exhibit of photographs and poetry concerning the legacy of slavery in the lives of black women and their sexuality, 401 years after the first slaves were brought ashore in America. Art Loop Reception included poetry readings. Chet’la’s brilliant poetry book, “Mistress,” served as Shannon’s inspiration for her powerful photo series. Click here to see […]
Past Exhibits at the Chris White Gallery
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This exhibit explore a conceptual idea grounded in Spirituality, the creative nature of women body positivity, and divine creation. This art and photography exhibit was hosted by Abundance Child and curated by visual artist 7GOD in collaboration with photographers Aperarevisions, Shakira Hunt Creative, and Khairaww. RECEPTION: Friday, January 24, 2020, 6:00 – 9:00 PM EST […]
In December 2019, Dominique Jabey Gaines presented The Black Market — The Adverts and The Arts Within The Inner City Neighborhoods. Oba Jackson and Joshua Ruggeri (JRUGGS) each had a piece on display in the exhibit. The exhibit was curated by JaQuanne LeRoy. NOTES: Dominique J. Gaines is a self-taught artist who has recently found […]
Drag queens, lady celebrities and hangers-on from Andy Warhol’s New York are re-imagined as an anonymous femme militia in these altered photographs printed on silk georgette. Working from a collection of Warhol’s polaroids taken between the 1950s and 1980s, these images reference the sartorial choices of Antifa activists and Zapatistas, meant to obscure identity, while […]
The Print Photography Festival was juried by Margaret Winslow, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Delaware Art Museum and curated by Roxanne R. Campbell. Artists included Paul Andreas • Raul Baez • Elisabeth Bard • Derrick Beasley • Jonathan Brooks • Colleen Conway • Yasmeen Enahora • Tifanee Gladney • Matt Gold • Jim Graham […]
April 2019, KEEPSAKE with Kevin Jerome Everson, Jon-Sesrie Goff, and Peter Williams Sponsored by: Delaware Art Museum, First State Jam Session, Guerrilla Republik, and 302gunsdown Reception 5:30-9:00pm on Friday, April 5, 2019. Please contact us if you have photos and details about this exhibit. Click here to see other past exhibits.
In February 2019, the Chris White Gallery featured OFF SITE Pop Up Art KSQ Winter Exhibition. It featured the art of Lisa Marie Patzer, Frances Roosevelt, Aubrie Costello, Geoffrey Dubinksy, TS Kist, Cort Devereux, Racer Levan, Caroline Roosevelt, Caitlin Kelley, and Rebecca Brakeall. Please contact us if you have photos and details about this exhibit. […]
“Uniting opposites to create harmonious contradictions.” A solo art exhibit by Andy Vible. Andy Vible was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware. In 2012 he graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art where he made works in sculpture, collage, painting, drawing, and a variety of printmaking methods. He has exhibited nationally on both the […]
“These pieces are the fragmented and entangled depictions of a purely imagined world that I choose to explore as my preferred method of escapism.” Josh Chance was born in 1990 and grew up in Kent County, Maryland. In 2010 he received his A.F.A. in Illustration from the Delaware College of Art & Design, based in […]
“The only way to see art is in 3D.” James Wyatt is a painter, sculptor, and mural artist based in Wilmington, Delaware. He received an Associate of Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Philadelphia in 2002. For over 15 years as a visual artist, James has contributed to his community with multiple projects to […]
Friday, August 3, 2018, 5:30-8:30 PM “Wander Tangibly” encouraged the viewer to take a second glance at everyday environments and challenge what it is that we think we “know.” A mind opening experience provided by: Rayna DeReus Jacob Zimmerman & Atlas Rodriguez-Decker. Please contact us if you have photos and details about this exhibit. Click […]
This group invited patrons to join them on Friday the 13th, July 2018, for a Group Show of Chris White Gallery committee members including: Kasmira Cade Rick Hidalgo Michael Kalmbach Bernard Parker Mary Robertson Andy Vible Please contact us if you have photos and details about this exhibit. Click here to see other past exhibits.