Micro Gallery

SANDWICH MEAT NOT OBSOLETE | CHRIS CARNEL, ANTONIUS “TOAD” DINTCHO + LIZ PETO
JAN. 22 – MARCH 30, 2018 | RECEPTION THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 6-8PM

Next up in the Micro Gallery we are stoked for an awesome exhibit put together by our friend and all around rad photog, Chris Carnel. Sandwich Meat Not Obsolete features both color and black & white film photographs made exclusively with inexpensive plastic cameras and includes some of Chris’s own work along side work by Antonius “Toad” Dintcho and Liz Peto. Be sure to stop by during the reception on Thursday, Feb. 22nd from 6-8pm!

This exhibit is on view in the Holland Project Micro Gallery located inside Bibo Coffee Co. on Record St. from January 22 – March 30, 2017.

 

 

 

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ABOUT THE MICRO GALLERY

The Micro Gallery is an off-site art space located in Bibo Coffee Co. at 945 Record Street. Organized and run by the Gallery Associate, the Micro Gallery supports emerging creators both as curators and as the exhibiting artists. The Gallery Associate is a high school/college level intern that has the opportunity to oversee and curate full exhibitions in the space from start to finish, beginning with the selection of the artist/s and completing with de-installation of the exhibit. For exhibiting artists, the Micro Gallery allows an avenue to exhibit work professionally in a high traffic space in the heart of Reno’s university neighborhood. Special thank you to Paul and Deb Martin and Bibo Coffee Co. for their support.

To see what came before at the Micro Gallery, check out MICRO GALLERY PAST EXHIBITS.