Visual artist Ben Gannon attended Whitman College on the President's Scholarship for Art, where he co-founded the arts periodical Quarterlife Magazine.
In 2012, he returned to the Pacific Northwest and art-making after spending a few years in Chicago. He lives and works in Seattle, Washington.
Get in touch with Ben here.
Solo & Two-Person Exhibitions
2017 Joe Bar, Janiculum, curated by Ben Beres
Calypte Gallery, Pantry (with Joey Veltkamp), curated by Andrew Whitver
2016 Bridge Productions, Boxed Set (with Polina Tereshina), curated by Sharon Arnold
2016 SugarPill, Plastic Beach, curated by Karyn Schwartz
2015 Cupcake Royale, Follies, curated by Timothy Rysdyke
2016 V2 Arts Center, American Painting Today, curated by Matthew Offenbacher
2016 Tacoma Art Museum, Northwest Art Now, curated by Rock Hushka (Tacoma Art Museum) and Juan Roselione-Valadez (Rubell Family Collection)
2016 King Street Station, Out of Sight, curated by Sierra Stinson
2016 SOIL, Heptadecagon SOIL invites 17, invited by Catherine Cross Uehara
2015 12th Avenue Arts, Garden Variety, curated by Amanda Manitach
2015 NEPO 5k Don't Run, Funeral flower mounds, with Joey Veltkamp
2014 NEPO 5k Don't Run, RAINBOW POWER SPIRIT GATE, with Joey Veltkamp
2013 Seattle Art Museum, Party in the Park, with Joey Veltkamp
2016 Tacoma Art Museum, Lunch & Learn with Ben Gannon
Wisdom of the underworld / Joey Veltkamp's Heartbreak Simulation, April 2017, written for Vignettes
Cable Griffith's Sightings: On Hope and the New Frontier, January 16, 2016, written for Bridge Productions
Bridge Productions, Many Lands exhibition, guest curator invited by Sharon Arnold