Gallery open Thursday through Sunday, 12 - 6 PM Celebrating ~50 Years of Exhibitions
DEI Statement: Amos Eno Gallery is a space committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We are proud of our intersectional membership body
and don't discriminate based on any factors when working with artists and the community. We serve as a space for respect, free from bias
for exhibiting artists and guests alike.
We have been inspired to see images of artist studio spaces that have been posted in the last two weeks. Here are some images of Amos Eno Gallery artist's studio spaces while we shelter-in-place. Enjoy! Rosemary Meza-DesPlas This view of my workspace shows a current artwork in process hanging on the wall. To the left of it are two artworks boxed up and ready to ship; unfortunately, this particular exhibition was postponed due to Covid-19. The packed, forelorn artworks linger
On the occasion of Candace Jensen's Deep Green Query solo exhibition, the gallery is hosting a virtual reading group to deepen our engagement with the inquiries proposed in Jensen's work. Join us as we discuss Cannibal Metaphysics, the relatively short theoretical text that proposes a new engagement with anthropology and a fundamental shift in perspective and experience. The author is Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, a Brazilian anthropologist and professor at the National Museum