Join Industry Gallery as we host the latest collaboration between Urban Fabric Rugs and Atelier Manferdini during KCRW Summer Nights concert series.
"PANTONE PDC” explores the impact of New Media Art on Contemporary Art forms. Industry Gallery is changing up its curatorial tactics by partnering with Nashville curators to juxtapose the creations of artists from two distict metropolitan cultures. New Media Artists from Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California showcasing the mediums of today: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Projection Mapping, 3D Printing, and Audiovisual Installation.
Janne Kyttanen is a digital sculptor creating multidisciplinary work at the intersection of 3D printing, virtual & augmented reality.
When “city” converges with “backcountry,” what happens? Industry teams up with LA-based sculptor and performance artist, Kelly Wall for her first solo exhibition titled “The Last Thing You’ll Ever See: White Lightning, Woven Satellites, and Man-made Stars”, exploring this overlap and its unique presence in the city of angels..
For Design Miami 2013, Industry designer and artist Benjamin Rollins Caldwell created a site-specific installation called “The Binary Room” consisting of walls, designs and flooring made out of thousands of pieces of motherboards, computer drivers, keyboard, Ethernet cable, cable ribbon.
For Design Miami 2012, Industry highlighted the work of two emerging Belgian designers: Maarten de Ceulaer and Jens Praet. Industry commissioned three collections for the fair, each of which highlighted the diverse materials and methods employed by these two young designers.
Industry Gallery opened its doors Saturday, January 15th, 2010 in a former car repair shop in the Trinidad neighborhood of Washington DC. For its first exhibition, the gallery premiered new work by sculptural designer Shlomo Harush and his gloriously banged, beaten, and battered selection of aluminum designs, from chairs to benches, floor lamps to stools.