Public Land Gallery
Climate Therapy 1-year anniversary group exhibition
June 29 - August 13, 2019
In celebration of its one-year anniversary, Public Land is hosting a group exhibition that showcases a diverse collection of artists hailing from New York, Connecticut, Chicago, San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Louis Obispo, Nevada City and Sacramento. Several of these artists have shown in the gallery space over the past year, while many will be exhibiting for the first time in Public Land Gallery, as well as the Sacramento region.
Mike Brodie solo exhibition
May 18 - June 12, 2019
Brodie is fascinated by work, and is equally fascinated by photographing that work. "I couldn't do this at my old jobs," he says. "I couldn't photograph the work I was doing, I couldn't leave town, I couldn't ride freight trains, I was just a worker bee, trapped within a big business management structure that would not allow me to be creative or explore the world the way I wanted. Now I just barter. I trade. I like building community through sharing and helping out my friends."
Grady Gordon solo exhibition
If It Was A Snake It Would Have Bit You: March 30 - May 13, 2019
Grady Gordon transcends to his native state of New Mexico in order to re-imagine the geography, fauna, flora and iconography of his childhood in a new exhibition entitled, If It Was a Snake It Would Have Bit You, inside Public Land Gallery.
Trevor Wheatley and Cosmo Dean solo exhibition
Listen Close: January 19 - March 13, 2019
Artists Cosmo Dean and Trevor Wheatley create Listen Close, an installation on view inside Public Land Gallery in Sacramento, CA. Based in Toronto, Canada, the two have produced works for companies such as Nike, Stussy, Topshop, Converse, Nordstrom and OVO.
Greg Ito solo exhibition
Time Traveler: December 1, 2018 - January 14, 2019
In his first ever solo exhibition in Sacramento, the Los Angeles-based artist presents a group of new paintings and companion objects that study a surreal world where time is exposed of its basic phases of day, twilight, and night. Ito's exploration is recorded through bold, crisp renditions of his lexicon of symbols, settings, and color-coded compositions, all of which take the viewer along his journey through time, space, and adventure.
Charlotte Beavers solo exhibition
Land Of Little Rain: October 20 - November 15, 2018
Charlotte Beavers continues to examine the Earth that surrounds us in her new exhibition Land Of Little Rain. Borrowing hues from the most tranquil elements of our landscapes, the artist has seemingly perfected the transportation of viewer to serene environment with her use of watercolors.
Rich Jacobs solo exhibition
Listening To The Higher Frequencies in Unison: October 6 - October 19, 2018
Oakland-based multidisciplinary artist, Rich Jacobs exhibits a collection of new drawings and paintings made from found and fabricated materials. Jacob’s work is informed by a number of influences, a significant facet being the various flora in and around his neighborhood.
Trent Dean solo exhibition
Sculptural Work: September 22 - September 29, 2018
Sacramento-based furniture designer and artist, Trent Dean creates an eclectic assortment of sculptural objects by employing numerous fabrication techniques to his practice. For his exhibition at Public Land, Dean displayed one-of-a-kind custom plant stands, incense holders, side tables, stools, steel sculptures and more.
Maxwell McMaster solo exhibition
Down To Earth: July 21 - August 13, 2018
Born and raised in Sacramento, Maxwell has resided in Los Angeles for nearly a decade and will be returning to his hometown for his first solo exhibition. In conversation about this newest collection of work, Maxwell “I Enjoy the idea of a body of work that connects my present surroundings to my hometown, a reminder to stay grounded and in many ways a kind of homecoming.”
Joey Alone solo exhibition
Solitary Meandering Through Forgotten Phytogeography: June 16 - July 16, 2018
Solitary Meandering Through Forgotten Phytogeopgraphy is Joey Alone's first solo exhibition in Sacramento featuring 10 new original pen and ink drawings. Joey Alone works as a railroad engineer, spending a majority of his free time obsessively studying various branches of Biology and exploring remote areas of nature in search of individual botanical species.