EXHIBITS + GALLERIES
at the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
Established in 2008, Pictura Gallery is a non-profit institution that celebrates photography in its many iterations. We present work that represents the state of the medium today. We are dedicated to showing the art form as it evolves, especially in dialogue with other artistic mediums.
Our mission is to share the best contemporary fine art photography with our community in the Midwest, while contributing to the international dialogue about what is relevant and important in the present day world of photography. We are also devoted to collaborating with artists to help them build strong careers and maintain artistic excellence.
Pictura is housed in the FAR Center for the Contemporary Arts. We are committed to an annual calendar of exhibits – all free to the public – as well as educational programming through lectures and workshops. We work with the guiding belief that photography is a powerful tool, one that sparks questions and conversations and richly engages community.
EXHIBITS + EVENTS
David Ondrik | Inheritance
On view: January 8th - March 26th
Gallery Walk - Friday, March 5, 5-8 pm
Free | Open to the public | All-Ages
David Ondrik’s Inheritance is a large installation of camera-less photographic works. Made at a human-scale, they envelop the viewer, creating an immersive space for contemplation.
Beginner's Mind | Youth Art Month Collaborative Exhibit
On View: Friday March 5 - Friday March 12
Gallery Walking Opening Reception: Friday March 6, 3 pm - 8 pm
Free | Open to the public | All Ages
The show will feature three bodies of work; Christopher Elam of Omosaico Studios with Mosaic ‘translations’ of his son Felix’s drawings, Christie Cooper Ceramics will show a sampling of her work alongside some student creations, the show will culminate in a collection of works from emerging young artists in the community. There will be works for sale.
All current and upcoming virtual events can be found here: thefar.org/events/list