Newsletter: December 2021 News

December 9, 2021

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G. Gibson Projects – December 2021 News


Imogen Cunningham – Selection of Photographs

Through December 23, 2021
Exhibition at the Greg Kucera Gallery

Magnolia Blossom, 1925, signed gelatin silver print, 8 x 10 inches, price on request

We are pleased to present a selection of photographs by IMOGEN CUNNINGHAMat the Greg Kucera Gallery, 212 Third Ave South in Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA, from November 26 – December 23, 2021. This gallery exhibit is in conjunction with the upcoming SEATTLE ART MUSEUM exhibit Imogen Cunningham – A Retrospective, which continues through February 6, 2022. We are also showing the work as an online exhibit through G. Gibson Projects. The Greg Kucera Gallery has generously let us borrow a room to feature Imogen’s photographs.  The main exhibit at Greg Kucera Gallery will feature quilt work by Louisiana Bendolph, Loretta Pettway Bennett, and Qunnie Pettway.

Bellevue Arts Museum 2021 Biennial: Architecture & Urban Design
November 5, 2021 – April 24, 2022

Eirik’s new Leviathan work is included at the Bellevue Arts Museum 2021 Biennial: Architecture & Urban Design.

Installation at Bellevue Arts Museum, 2021

(Text from BAM) The 2021 BAM Biennial kicks off this new format by inviting designers, artists, and makers of all kinds to interrogate the fields of architecture and urban design.

With the Eastside being connected to Seattle through a light rail extension in 2023, and Amazon’s HQ2 project under construction in downtown Bellevue, Bellevue Arts Museum—itself a signature and important piece of the architecture of King County—seeks to promote a discussion on the essential role of effective and equitable design in what seems to be an ever-expanding urban environment.

The events of 2020 have underlined that Western society’s assumptions around the utility and progression of the city are precisely that: only assumptions. They can be subject to the challenge of a pandemic, the imperatives of long-ignored injustices, or the excessive imposition of state power. The upheavals of recent months have raised important questions about the way we think of architecture and urban design. Should sustainability and density be continually reassessed to respond appropriately to the issues of tomorrow? Are we striving to create places to live and work that aims to be harmonious, equitable, and true?

New work is now featured on our website by the following artists:

MICHAEL KENNA – New Photographs

MICHAEL KENNA, Hyomon, Study 1, Hokkaido, Japan, 2020


SHO Melotte 15, 2021, archival pigment print, 30 x 40 inches

SAMANTHA SCHERER – Such a Perfect Day

City Hall, August 2020, pen and ink on paper, 11 x 15 inches

JUSTIN GIBBENS – New Works on Paper

Unicorn, 2020, watercolor, ink on paper, 12 x 12 inches

Please visit our website to see other artworks:

For further information please contact G. Gibson Projects by email, or phone 206.587.4033.

G. Gibson Projects is normally open by appointment, however this year we are currently working online via email, Instagram and by phone 206-587-4033. We are able to ship artwork purchases to locations in the U.S. and internationally, and make local deliveries to client’s homes in the Seattle area – taking care to do both in a responsible manner.  The viewing room will reopen by early next year &  August 1, 2021 marks our 30th year in business.