The Fridge Presents Gregg Deal There is No Plan B

By Editorial Team on March 31, 2016

Sat, April 2 2016 — Sun, May 1 2016

Photo courtesy of The Fridge.
Photo courtesy of The Fridge.


Opening Reception: Saturday, April 2 from 7pm to 11pm


All artwork price-to-move at %50+ up cash and carry.

There Is No Plan B is Gregg Deal’s new body of work about the current political and social state of America. In Deal’s first show dealing entirely in paper, creating a number of posters that comment on the American state of things through art, we will find work that has hidden gems, humor, and lastly, seriousness and upset, who uses critical thought to engage art goers.

Gregg Deal provocative Indigenous artist and former 16-year resident of the Washington D.C. area. As a provocative contemporary artist/activist, much of Gregg’s work deals with indigenous issues, political and social subject and popular culture; he touches on issues such as race relations, historical considerations, and stereotypes. Within this work—including paintings, mural work, and print work—Gregg critically examines issues within American culture.

Artist Talk: Sunday, April 3 from 1pm to 2pm
Please, feel free to join exhibit curator and gallery director Alex Goldstein in a discussion with artist Gregg Deal about his recent month-long residency at the Denver Art Museum, the recent birth of his fifth child, and life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

The Fridge is located at 516 1/2 8th St. SE in the rear alley.