Current and Past Exhibitions and Events

m a t t e r ~ Patrick Loehr

Exhibition Dates: 7 June 2013–27 July 2013

Artist Reception: Third Friday, 21 June 2013, 6–9 pm


“Images in this exhibition represent an unforeseen residue of technological advancement. In that sense, they are works of science fiction. While revolutionary technologies often bring convenience and efficiency to our lives, their long-term effects are never fully understood. The digital technology used to produce these images exists outside of the physical/material world. I'm interested in how this technology eventually manifests into something tangible.” —Patrick Loehr

Press Coverage

Listen to the interview with Kara Duncan and Patrick Loehr on The Untitled Art Show with host Erik Isaac and guest host Jimmy Sellars.


Plume Age ~ A Solo Exhibition by Dylan J. Beck

Exhibition Dates: 5 April 2013–17 May 2013

Closing Reception: Friday, 17 May 2013, 6–9 pm


In our ever growing and strangely shrinking contemporary world it has become commonplace to travel great distances in a matter of hours. What has made this shrinking of the globe possible is air travel. In the United States alone, there are nearly 87,000 commercial flights per day! Consequently, at any given moment there is an overwhelming number of airplanes, full of people, in the skies above our heads.

Dylan J. Beck has been exploring air travel and its potential effects on climate and culture. In his exhibition, Plume Age, Dylan looks to flight patterns and densities, land use associated with the air travel infrastructure, and the sky to find inspiration for his sculptures. Because his work includes various approaches and media, from hand-built ceramics to digital imagery, Dylan Beck's exhibition at VERTIGO Art Space is visually striking as well as contemplative.


The Vital Illusion ~ Curated by Mario Zoots for the Month of Photography

Exhibition Dates: 1 March 2013–30 March 2013

Opening Reception: Thursday, 14 March 2013, 6–9 pm

Artist Talk by New York-based artist, Charles Wilkin: Thursday, 14 March 2013, 7 pm


Curated by Mario Zoots.

Inspired by Baudrillard. "To challenge and to cope with this paradoxical state of things, we need a paradoxical way of thinking; since the world drifts into delirium, we must adopt a delirious point of view."

Charles Wilkin will give a talk about his creative process. His assemblages attempt to transpose disjointed remnants of media overload and targeted consumption into tangible yet uncertain analogies. His motivation and objective is simply to mirror our behavior by fusing these cultural fragments into new stories that challenge our collective assumptions and aspirations.

Photomontage + collage exhibition of artists that span across Los Angeles, Denver, New York, Amsterdam, Norway, and the grave (listed alphabetically):

Press Coverage

Listed as one of the "Ten shows to see during Month of Photography" by Susan Froyd at Westword.

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