Roxie Windows

In 2010 the Roxie expanded its reach to include visual arts by turning its large storefront window on 16th Street into a public installation space for artists, curated by Roxie staff and guest curators. Roxie Windows provides artists the opportunity to create a public installation within a highly visible and protected space. The Roxie is committed to supporting emerging and established artists.

To submit your proposal for Roxie Windows go here.

Past

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Creativity Explored: Christina Fong

October 01, 2013 - October 31, 2013
“Everything I draw or make is based on someone in a way… but then it changes and becomes part of my imagination. I really try and do everything. I just try to be creative. I have so many ideas in my head and this is how they come out—these things that may be real or may be fake.”

CLOSED CIRCUIT by Zoe Leonard

November 01, 2013 - December 08, 2013
Closed Circuit is the third installment in a series of rooms of one house. Each room is built to convey the underlying impression of a particular space, exploring themes of domestic stagnation, decay, and upheaval. As with Even if You Can’t See it (2011), a kitchen, and Scratch the Surface (2012), a closet,  this room […]
FIRST CONTACT WITH THE WALRUS

FIRST CONTACT WITH THE WALRUS by Sterling A Schlegel

December 09, 2013 - January 09, 2014
1.) in the study of zen, first the walrus is, then the walrus is not, finally the walrus returns. 2.) when presented with any biotic form, exotic or common, the drive to find its essential evolutionary essence, it’s reason for its being as it is now, forces itself in varying degrees upon or curiosity. 3.) […]