WINNER 2019 and 2023 GOLDEN WEB

WINNER 2019 and 2023 GOLDEN WEB

Saturday, January 6, 2024

 Get ready! Postcards From the Edge 2024 is almost here—and it's going to be one of our BIGGEST exhibitions and sales to date.

Starting Jan 20, 2024, you can snag over 1400+ original artworks from famous, established, emerging, and new artists from around the world... all for only $100 a piece!

Can't wait to see the work? Join us for our famous preview party on Friday January 19th at Berry Campbell Gallery! This is your only chance to see all artworks before the sale begins! See below to get tickets to attend the preview in-person or online.

Note: If you're a 2024 contributing artist, you will receive a complementary invitation to the preview party via email. No need to purchase tickets. A full list of contributing artists is available here.

Questions? Email

Monday, November 20, 2023

Saturday, November 11, 2023

Wednesday, November 8, 2023



 Image: Alexa West, OCCASION, OCCASION, OCCASION (2023). Performance. Featured during the VIP and Press Preview, 12/5 at 2pm. Curated by Kyla Gordon and presented by 99 Canal. Image courtesy of the artist.

Wednesday, December 6th
Awilda Sterling-Duprey, Blindfolded (2020 and ongoing)

Presented by Nest Exhibitor El Kilómetro (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Fusing Afro-Caribbean dance, music, drawing, and performance, Sterling-Duprey translates music through her body into dance movements on the paper´s surface with sharp actions and a sense of playfulness.

Trueson Daugherty, Absolute Obedience (2023) 

Curated by Kalup Linzy with the support of The Tulsa Artist Fellowship
Daugherty will serve a mass wedding cake served to the public, catalyzing dialogue about the nuances of religious rituals, cultural heritage, and the implications of conformity.

Lieven De Boeck, what's going on? (2023 ongoing)

Supported by Gallery Meessen De Clercq and Ringling College of Art and Design
De Boeck's parade is a performance, a happening, and a feast celebrating mixed gender and queer identity—Participating and experiencing art through queerness.

Thursday, December 7th
Erick Antonio Benitez, Software for People v2 (2023)
Presented by Exhibitor Selenas Mountain (New York, NY) and supported by Y.ES Contemporary

A duet performance and collaboration between Benitez and the dancer, Andrea Soto, that reimagines and negotiates the possibilities of the Glitch as a tool of liberation and empowerment.

Friday, December 8th
GeoVanna Gonzalez, PLAY, LAYE, AYE: ACT 6 (2023)

Presented by Programming Partner Commissioner in partnership with Chief
Gozalez's latest work is an ever-evolving infrastructure exploring the discourse around public and private space, in collaboration with dancers Destiny Diaz and Maria Burt from SYNCOPATE COLLECTIVE, poet Arsimmer McCoy, and musicians King Friday and Claudens Louis.

David Correa, The Machining of the Fool (2023)
Presented by Exhibitor Negrón Pizarro (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

Taking elements from political theorists and philosophers as well as biblical mythology, art history, and medicine, David Correa creates performances that depict the desperation, resentment, and sorrow of the Latin laborer.

Saturday, December 9th
Nicki Duval and Robbie Trocchia, bout (2023)

Presented by Cultural Partner Locust Projects
An audiovisual performance and installation that deconstructs competitive boxing and the work of American realist painter George Bellows, erasing boundaries between arts and athletics, breaking down the boundaries between arts and athletics, and challenging gender stereotypes through boxing and queerness.

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