Sunday, April 23, 2006

Johanson Charles Gallery

This was my first time at the Johanson Gallery for the show called "Phenomena" Art, Science, Nature. It is a great open, industrial raw space that I hope has some more great shows in line. The gallery itself reminded me a bit of Tangent. This would be amazing for some large installation work! The gallery as far as I know doesn't have a website and I am not sure how the shows come together. If anyone has any info on the selection process for artists and if they are accepting any proposals, please comment below :)
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jayson lowery
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adrian hatfield
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These paintings are great in person...but unfortunately don't photograph as well - "gosh darn you, slick resin finish!"
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helen bevan - These paintings are different from the colorless paintings I saw at 555 a while back...I wonder if this is a new series for helen???
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I realize that this comment is probably banal but thanks for posting. Your website is a fantastic resource for those of us who can't get our asses out as often as we should.

2:05 AM  
Anonymous P.F. Chang said...

spoke to helen. yes these paintings are a new direction. i thought they were fantastic. very lucent.

8:37 AM  
Anonymous PoPo said...

Mosaic Productions currated this show. they have a website. google them. They have worked with Tangent. Mona and others.

8:41 AM  
Anonymous Jef said...

couldn't google up Mosaic Productions, but (correction) they have never worked with MONA.

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you have to get in touch with Kevin Hanson - the owner of the gallery - to find out how to show art work.

tell him Felicia Bell referred you.

11:53 AM  
Anonymous popo said...


12:31 PM  
Anonymous Billy Hunter said...

Hi, this is Billy from Mosaic Productions. We curated the Phenomena show among other and we are always looking for other artist. Please email us at

7:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mosaic Productions did not work with MONA, but Jeanne Moore and Billy Hunter who run Mosaic were an integral part of MONA when it was located in the Book Building a couple years back. They now have there own exhibition planning group and exhibit artists from the Detroit area. If you're an artist and interested in doing a show, send them your slides or email them:

12:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Johanson Charles Gallery phone# 313.483.1158

3:19 PM  

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