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Gaa Gallery

Established in 2015, Gaa Gallery maintains spaces in Provincetown, MA, and Cologne, Germany, and showcases a diverse range of emerging and established artists whose works are conceptually motivated and investigate the narrative and philosophical capacities of painting, sculpture, installation, and photography.

CURRENT

Kaylie Kaitschuck – In School Suspension
Through July 30, 2022
Gaa Projects, Cologne

Lichtung – Group Exhibition 
Through July 3, 2022
Gaa Gallery, Provincetown
Melissa Brown, Angelina Gualdoni, Adam Helms, Hipkiss, Heidi Howard, Kaylie Kaitschuck, Anina Major, Zoe McGuire, Hélène Padoux, Dan Schein, James Everett Stanley, Elizabeth Tibbetts, Lumin Wakoa, Autumn Wallace, and Erin Woodbrey.

 


About the gallery:

Gaa Gallery was created in 2015 to exhibit and promote the work of emerging and established international artists. Gaa Gallery stages solo, historical and curated group exhibitions, and collaborations with other institutions and galleries. Gaa Gallery’s program is defined by an innovative curatorial intention to provide platforms for exposure and exchange through showcasing a diverse range of artists whose works are conceptually motivated and investigate the narrative and philosophical capacities of painting, sculpture, installation, and photography.

Gaa Gallery is a member of NADA, the New Art Dealers Alliance.

Image Captions

1. Trudy Benson Oddly Satisfying, 2022 Acrylic and oil on canvas 155 x 167.5 cm / 61 x 66 in 2. Russell Tyler TG3, 2021 Acrylic on canvas 132 x 178 cm / 52 x 70 in 3. Wilder Alison bay: how was your marse/lle m/x?, 2021 Dyed wool and thread Two parts, each 71 x 116 cm / 28 x 45 1/2 in 4. Erin Woodbrey The Carrier Bag Series, 2020 - 2022 Single-use containers, foam, ash, plaster, and gauze Variable Dimensions 5. Kaylie Kaitschuck Recess, 2022 Yarn on Felt stretched over canvas Diameter: 92 cm / 36 in