Exhibits

PURPLE DOMINO | COURTNEY ASZTALOS

JANUARY 10-27, 2017 | OPENING RECEPTION –  TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 6-8PM

In the front and hallway spaces of the Holland Project Gallery from January 10th-27th we are excited to exhibit Purple Domino featuring photography work by Courtney Asztalos. Her bold portraits of female protagonists cast in contrasty neon light explore the masked realms of her subjects while also touching on notions of post-humanism and the idea of the “monstrous beyond gender”. Courtney is currently based out of NY where she is pursuing an MFA in the Photography and Transmedia program at Syracuse University. We are so stoked for her to visit Reno and to exhibit her work at the Holland Project!

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SPACES | ALEX VITALE

JANUARY 10-27, 2017 | OPENING RECEPTION –  TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 6-8PM

In conjunction with Courtney’s exhibit we are pleased to exhibit new work by emerging local photographer, Alex Vitale. Including both photography and video work, Alex’s exhibition Spaces is impacted by their transgender and non-binary gender identity, as they seek to represent a space that is neither male nor female.

Both exhibitions are on view in the Holland Project Gallery from January 10th-27th Come on out to the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 10th from 6-8pm to meet both of the artists and learn more about their work!

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The Holland Project Gallery is one of the go-to art spaces in Reno to see young, contemporary artists and their influences both regionally and nationally. The main gallery space, located at 140 Vesta Street, features 1-3 exhibitions a month with gallery hours Tuesday-Friday 3-6PM, or by appointment.

To see what’s up next in the Holland Gallery, check out our UPCOMING EXHIBITS page.
Interested in what’s been here before? Look through PAST EXHIBIT PHOTOS.