Current Exhibition

All The Spots and All The Dots

5/4/2017 - 5/30/2017

Previous Exhibition

Picture Fiction Meme

4/6/2017 - 4/29/2017

All The Spots and All The Dots

"All The Spots and All The Dots" is derived from Misko's continuing exploration of classic Las Vegas vernacular. In this case it is a Craps term that refers to rolling a 12, or two sixes. The term will be realized in two ways. First a large text-based mural and the second will be a series of drawings to be made over the course of installation. In a very real way the game of dice has been intrinsic to the life, family, education and upbringing of the artist. This work is homage to the work of his father and all the gaming industry employees that have given Las Vegas it's color and flare over the decades.

Picture Fiction Meme

A group of singular photos by local artist Brett Sperry. Bold colors and object explore beauty, metaphor, and visual culture.

Farewell Europe

“Farewell Europe" is a visual commentary about the changing identity of Europe and trends at work on spiritual and cultural levels. Although the iconography encompasses the classical and the modern, each image wrestles with the present condition of man in the postmodern world.

Phaos Perspectiv

This February 2nd @ 6pm during opening night, Bianca and Lucky will recontextualize the process of a “photo shoot” by bringing it into the gallery space. They will use this familiar setting to appropriate not just a single photograph but the entire photographic process. The resultant installation will remain in The Cube until Feb 25th.

New Forms

New Forms by Mary Sabo and Leidy Pino put a new twist on the ancient art form of ceramics in their first show at The Cube. This series of works by two emerging artists depicts dioramas and objects of fixation, ultimately as explorations on the meaning of existence.

Eric Burwell | Deconstruction

Burwell hopes that these works will outlive the author/artist. Burwell knows that there is a gap between deconstruction and the creation of art. But in trying to translate the philosophy into art is where Burwell finds the interest.