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First Friday – January 6th 2017 – “Contempo Winter Salon”

After successfully completing the first half of our Contempo Winter Salon, which started in early December, we are excited to show handmade jewelry, paintings, photography, limited edition prints as well as drawings, illustrations, functional and sculptural ceramics during the Salon’s second half starting First Friday, January 6th until January 24, 2017. We have many new arrivals including new works by renowned ceramic artist and Kansas Citian Melanie Sherman, photographic still lives by Nicolas Dhervillers from Paris France, oil stick paintings by Kerry Smith and limited and open edition prints by the founder of the Op Art movement Victor Vasarely among others. As usual we’ll have chilled background tunes coming from our very own DJ Deep House Cat and a few other surprises are in store.  Learn more

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Winter Salon – Cerbera Gallery @ Kansas City Crossroads

The festive season starts on Friday December 2nd at 4PM with a custom illuminated display setup showcasing handmade gift ideas, jewelry, paintings, photography, limited edition prints as well as drawings, functional and sculptural ceramics and more. There are works by artists that have been with us from the start plus many new arrivals. If you happen to stop by during weekends, you can also taste some delicious cookies with Gluehwein (German spiced wine) while listening to chill background tunes from our DJ setup.  Learn more

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“2/3 of group ZERO” Lithography Exhibition

Otto Piene and Guenther Uecker are part of the salon-style exhibition “2/3 of group ZERO,” which will run from October 7th thru November 4th with a focus on iconic lithographs such as “Brett II”, the “Bewegung” series, “Centerbeam”, Sponge” and many more – all signed and numbered by the artists. Their works can be found in the collections of major institutions worldwide, among them: the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.