Founded in 1977, SPACES serves as a forum for avant-garde art in Northeast Ohio..
This airy next-door-to-downtown gallery (perched, Dr. Seuss-like, at the edge of a long-defunct viaduct bridge) creates opportunities for local and regional artists to present original work to the public. SPACES showcases any art that is new, unconventional, or off-beat including video, film, dance, music, performance art, multi-media, and anything else out there that could qualify.
SPACES also strives to making a statement about the human condition. In one themed exhibit, various artists examined the psychological impact of living next to Lake Erie. The gallery also featured "Silence Voices," 14 works of art (including paintings, sculpture, video, and photographs) in honor of the 10-year anniversary of the massacre at China's Tianneman Square. The exhibition took place in conjunction with a symposium which examined the role artists should play in human rights.
A fantastic venue for the budding artist, SPACES primarily serves the art community first. The gallery is not for casual crafters or weekend visitors looking for a painting for Aunt Martha--unless Aunt Martha appreciates modern art.
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