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Flanders Art Gallery

Flanders Gallery was founded in Raleigh, North Carolina in 2006.  The gallery was originally located in Seaboard Station, just outside of downtown Raleigh.  From 2007-2010 the gallery also curated a project space, Flanders 311, which was committed to exhibiting emerging artists from the North Carolina community.  In 2009, Flanders Gallery moved into the warehouse district, directly across the street from the Contemporary Art Museum.  The 3885 sf. warehouse has been only lightly renovated from it's original industrial structure, with exposed brick, concrete floor, and metal roof and doors.  With two exhibition spaces, the gallery has become even more committed to cultivating the careers of emerging national and international artists.  The gallery continues to explore new concepts in contemporary art through exhibitions using various media.  Flanders Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting challenging, provocative and innovative contemporary art, producing 14-18 exhibits each year both in the gallery and in alternative exhibit spaces.

Raleigh

United States
Address:
Flanders Gallery 302 s. West street Raleigh, NC 27603
27603
Phone: 919.834.5044
Fax: 919.834.5045
Website: www.flandersartgallery.com


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Artists Represented

Artists Represented
Nancy Baker
Ashlynn Browning
Vicki DaSilva
Torkwase Dyson
Holly Fischer
Jeff Kaller
Eric Mack
Fahamu Pecou
Shaun Richards
Natasha Zupan
Mathew Curran
Andre Leon Gray
Ani Hoover
Greg Lindquist
Burk Uzzle
Howard Sherman


Sample Art Work (8)

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Current Exhibitions

February, Flanders Art Gallery, “Mario Marzan: Dive and Reappear”
February, Flanders 311, “Investigating the Corporeal”


Forthcoming Exhibitions

2008
March, Flanders Art Gallery, “Creating Space: Works by Sherrod Barnes-Ginifer”
March, Flanders 311, “Here Be Monsters: An Abridged Bestiary of Contemporary Monsters, Both Real and Imagined”
April, Flanders Art Gallery, “Stepping Blind: Works by Fereydoon Family”
April, Flanders 311, “The Illustrated Word”
May, Flanders Art Gallery, “Spectrumed: Works by Fahamu Pecou, Torkwase Dyson, Morolake Odeleye, and André Leon Gray”
May, Flanders 311, “Coming Super Tuesday”
June, Flanders Art Gallery, “From Lilliput to Brobdingnag: Works by Shaun Richards Ani Hoover, and Owen Beckmann”


Previous Exhibitions

2008

February, Flanders Art Gallery, “Mario Marzan: Dive and Reappear”
February, Flanders 311, “Investigating the Corporeal”
January, Flanders Art Gallery, “Winter Group Show with Eric Mack, Lisa Creed, and Mara Bishop”
January, Flanders 311, “Face It: Works by Betsy Barnum and Mathew Curran”

2007

December, Flanders Art Gallery, “Nancy Baker: Sticker Shock”
December, Flanders 311, “Vicki DaSilva: Speed of Light”
November, Flanders Art Gallery, “Scott Upton: Kindred Tones”
November, Flanders 311, “Works by Diane Feissel and Sharon Lee Hart”
October, Flanders Art Gallery, “Portraits by Katherine Brown”
September, Flanders Art Gallery, “Juried Show with Bill Thelen”
August, Flanders Art Gallery, “Photographers: A Group Exhibit”
July, Flanders Art Gallery, “Dreams, Desires, & Memory: Photographs by Fereydoon Family”
May, Flanders Art Gallery, “Chris Wilson: Views from Murphy to Manteo”
March and April, Flanders Art Gallery, “Fahamu Pecou: Hustle and Show”

2006

December, Flanders Art Gallery, “Ephemeral: A Photography Exhibit”
November, Flanders Art G... [ Read all ]


Submission Policy

Due to the high volume of inquiries we have received from artists involving our submission policy for considering new works, we have decided to formalize the process for their benefit.
The Curator and Director will attempt to review submissions periodically. Please understand that while your artwork may be accepted, there may not be an open exhibition slot for several months. We do have exhibition opportunities aside from the space within our main gallery. Your artwork has a better chance of being displayed if you are willing to discuss other arenas in which we may do so.

Please note that we understand representation to be the most committed and involved relationship that we may pursue with artists. Rarely do we agree to such a relationship immediately. Please do not see this as a slight to your work, and remember that we are more than willing to have working affiliations with an array of artists.

While we understand that all artistic endeavors are best seen in person, we do not have the available time or storage space to allow for artist submissions made in this fashion. We sincerely apologize for this limitation, but we ask... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Flanders Gallery is located across the street from the Contemporary Art Museum in the warehouse district of downtown Raleigh.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Kelly McChesney, Director
flandersart@mac.com
Lauren Turner, Curator
flandersartcurator@gmail.com
Marjorie Hodges, Partner


Opening Times

Flanders Gallery
Wednesday - Saturday 11a.m.-6 p.m.