Category Archives: John Otte

SEEPAGES: Conversation with the Artists

On opening weekend of our Seepages exhibit, curator Caroline Lathan-Stiefel and participating artists Van Stiefel and John Otte elucidated their ideas behind the exhibit. Quite insightful, we thought we would share with you some of the highlights. Over the last … Continue reading

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"Seepages" curated by Caroline Lathan-Stiefel

On June 25th, our next exhibit Seepages will open. Curated by Caroline Lathan-Stiefel, Seepages is a collaborative project by artists whose works are a response to inhabiting and navigating contemporary urban and suburban environments. Their work explores the idea that … Continue reading

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Summer FALLS ‘beautiful things grow out of shit… ‘‘things evolve out of nothing,’and ‘everything disappears.’ Thank you all for coming! Memorable evening at the summer’s end

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AUGUST 19 – 29, 2009opening WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 | 7 – 10 PM Whitespace is pleased to present, SUMMER FALLS, a two week only intermission in between regularly scheduled exhibitions featuring new work as well as collaborative multi-media works by … Continue reading

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ArtHouse 09

By the luck of the draw, Whitespace settled in the foyer of the Rhodes-Robinson House. The pieces looked great! Along with all the other Atlanta Gallery Association participants, we had a great time showcasing our artists to a larger audience … Continue reading

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April 2008 ARTFORUM

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