IN THIS LIFE OR THE NEXT, we might find ourselves at a crossroads. Sometimes straddling the fence between life and death (one foot here, while the other remains elsewhere); or waiting to exhale after a previous pause in breath which awkwardly kept us in laughter, (even though we really felt like crying). Yes, sometimes in this life (or the next), we might identify the beloved mysteries time and space to be our ultimate containers— where our very own shadows on the ground, serve as playful, yet inescapable reminders of a certain type of confinement— a type of confinement, which knows no bounds.
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Come work with us! The Luminary is seeking a part-time gallery and administrative assistant up to 20 hours per week. Primary responsibilities include basic bookkeeping, filing, and administrative support; staffing open gallery hours, basic marketing and communications support and event support on evenings and weekends as needed.Read More
The artwork for the inaugural Lot 49 Contemporary Art Auction + Benefit is now online! We are accepting bids and "buy it now" sales in advance of the event. If you are interested in bidding on or purchasing any of the pieces below, email email@example.com with the artist, title of the piece and your bid. The buy it now option offers collectors an opportunity to purchase the piece outright at 110% of the list price.
All sales support both the artists, who receive 51% of the sales, and The Luminary's far-reaching programs.Read More
Temporary Art Review
Amy Miller reviews Ajay Kurian's solo exhibition "The Childhood of Jesus" at White Flag Projects.Read More
Lise Haller Baggesen left her native Denmark for the Netherlands in 1992 to study painting at the AKI and the..Read More
The Luminary welcomes Holly Herndon, widely considered a leading voice in electronic composition for her fearless experimentation within the outer reaches of dance music and pop songwriting structures.