Spring 2019 Exhibitions at Kyo Gallery

By Editorial Team on May 6, 2019

Fri, 10 May 2019 - Sun, 30 June 2019

Work by Christopher Lane. Courtesy of Kyo Gallery.
Reception: Friday, May 10 from 7pm to 9pm

On May 10th, Kyo Gallery in Old Town Alexandria will begin its spring exhibitions — TRANSFORMATIONS, a group show that will feature Andrea Limauro who the Washington Post called an artist who truly “knows the background of the story he tells” along with works from artists Natalie & John Fisk, and Eric Ginsburg, whose talents have been previously exposed at Frieze New York, The Armory Show, and Art Basel Miami. Joining them will be exclusive selections from local Kyo artists Karen Ching, Susan Holloway, Anneliese Sullivan, and Debra Wright. To cap this amazing grouping of art and artists, we are excited to host a special presentation — RESIST DIVISION, a solo show featuring Christopher Lane, whose works will reflect the one truth: we are all the same, we are all one.

“With the cold of winter fading, springtime has arrived and with it, a renewal of spirit and rejuvenation of nature. A transformation is taking place at a seasonal level, but also in the meta world around us. It is this theme that drives our new exhibition, how are we transforming as a modern society? How does this affect the world and our localities? Our special collection of art and artists will convey these thoughts throughout the coming months…” – Jason Longfellow, Kyo Gallery Director.

Kyo Gallery is the first hybrid art gallery in Alexandria Old Town Neighborhood and greater Washington DC area, combining the brick & mortar experience with a robust and modern online marketplace. The intimate and stylish gallery exhibits art from all around the world, with no limits on medium or style. The mission of Kyo Gallery is not just to support and enhance the artist’s career, but to offer a breath of fresh air to the art industry as a whole. For more information, call (571) 970-4388 or email at info@kyogallery.com.

Kyo Gallery is located at 111 South Patrick St., Alexandria, VA.