A big, gorgeous space flooded with natural light, Gail Gibson's Gallery on the second-floor emphasizes photography and ... More
G. Gibson Gallery
A big, gorgeous space flooded with natural light, Gail Gibson's Gallery on the second-floor emphasizes photography and sculpture, often in combination. Themes vary at the whim of the artist and the gallery owner. You might see a retrospective on the history of baseball or a series of "shadow" photographs in which the images look like faint scraps of ghosts. The creaky floorboards add a nice bit of atmosphere to such mysterious shows.
G. Gibson Gallery recently moved back to Pioneer Square this year into the recently renovated Tashiro Kaplan building. The new space has great natural light and presence, and complements the unique and challenging work that they exhibit. I highly recommend visiting this fantastic gallery which works not only with contemporary artists but offers glimpses into the history of photography with some beautiful vintage and modern work.
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