Queer Cinema History to Present “Movies That Charmed” at Yellow Peril on Saturdays in April 2018

"Movies that Charmed" is presented by Emile Doll, Queer Cinema History. - April 09, 2018

Charmed, Curated by Kyle Quinn, Presented by Raw Meat Collective at Yellow Peril

Explorative, Queer group show curated by Kyle Quinn, founder of Raw Meat Collective. - March 11, 2018

Here, Where the Tweets Turn Into Pearls by Andrew Paul Woolbright at Yellow Peril

As representations of figures transformed into monsters of love, the Shrinebeasts in 'Here, where the tweets turn into pearls' utilize bathos, heroic history painting, and the visual language of romanticism as guidance to engineer a reality that reexamines a previous time through alternate reality. - August 08, 2017

"DISCOurse #3: Velvet Rope" by Bradley Wester at Yellow Peril

Wester’s third iteration of the impact of early disco on queer identity is generously supported by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant. - June 19, 2017

EDACITY by Artist Naomi Campbell at Yellow Peril

Curated by Susanne Karbin, EDACITY further develops Naomi Campbell’s exploration of the fragile relationship between food production and environmental sustainability. - March 29, 2017

Affirmation // Afirmación at Peligro Amarillo, Yellow Peril's Outpost in Santurce, Puerto Rico

Curated by Bettina Pérez Martinez, Affirmation // Afirmación features local artists from Puerto Rico examining both internal and external forms of diverse political resistance through their work. The exhibition seeks to question the relationship of gender and the tension of the current political climate that affects both Puerto Rico and the rest of America. - March 29, 2017

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents Kathryn Parker Almanas at ART ON PAPER 2017 During Armory Arts Week

Featuring photographs and sewn work from Kathryn Parker Almanas that “investigate destruction and healing within the body and the terrors and pleasures of embodiment, often drawing ideas from the medical world.” - February 19, 2017

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents Toby Barnes at VOLTA NY 2017 During Armory Arts Week

“The Pull of Things” by Toby Barnes is an exploration of the senses and memory in the carving out of the sacred in the everyday. - February 13, 2017

"Strategic Ambiguity" by Hao Ni at Peligro Amarillo / Santurce

Peligro Amarillo / Santurce is pleased to present Strategic Ambiguity by New York-based Taiwanese artist Hao Ni, featuring an eclectic series of mixed media installations, sculptures and video, from December 2016 – January 2017. The opening reception is Saturday, December 17, at Calle Cerra... - November 24, 2016

"Uonderland" by Raquel Paiewonsky at Peligro Amarillo / Santurce

New work explores landscape, architecture and social metaphor / fantasy - September 22, 2016

"Stitching Mona" and "Manuscript:Word Drawings" by Jessica Deane Rosner at Yellow Peril

Two distinct exhibits by Jessica Deane Rosner, featuring an “intensely personal” installation about her mother’s state of mind and 13 narrative drawings about an unexpected crisis. - September 01, 2016

"Visible Forces" by Rodrigo Nava at Peligro Amarillo / Santurce

Nava to present small-scale studies of his expanded forms, a series of collagraph prints and frescos inspired by textures and shapes of vessels and other objects of his home and studio. - July 28, 2016

"The Intimate Collection" by Kathryn Parker Almanas at Yellow Peril

Exhibition includes sewn works and photographs that explore "the pleasures and confusion of intimacy and the body." - July 10, 2016

"After the Shadow" by Ruth Dealy at Peligro Amarillo / Santurce

Exhibition of recent paintings exploring the feminine gaze and landscapes, presented with the participation of René Morales, Curator, Pérez Art Museum Miami. - June 05, 2016

"Uonderland" by Raquel Paiewonsky at Yellow Peril

Inspired by her time in Germany’s capital and cultural center, new work from Raquel Paiewonsky explores landscape, architecture and social metaphor / fantasy. - May 22, 2016

The RISD Museum Acquires "The Flower Eaters" by Andrew Paul Woolbright

"The Flowers Eaters" is the first painting of Andrew Paul Woolbright's current, ongoing body of work "The ShrineBeast Romance." - March 24, 2016

"Ceci n'est Pas Une Image!" by Philippe Lejeune at Yellow Peril

Exhibition by by Pawtucket-based multimedia French artist features a range of symbolon spanning a 50-year period that challenges the identity of images and symbols. - February 25, 2016

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents Raquel Paiewonsky at VOLTA NY 2016 During Armory Arts Week

Vibrant series inspired by Paiewonsky's residency at Künstlerhause Bethanien in Berlin, supported by The Davidoff Art Initiative. - February 10, 2016

"Beast Boutique" by Jennifer Avery at Yellow Peril

Exhibition born out of Jennifer Avery's Artist Residency with the Hermès Foundation, featuring 300 performative objects from opulent gold, silk, cotton and fleece fabrics printed with her drawings, photocopies, and repurposed trash from Hermès - December 24, 2015

"Parachute Games: The Art of Holiday Survival" at Yellow Peril

Playful exhibition about surviving the art world and the holiday season, curated by Brooke Erin Goldstein with special programming presented by Kiosk PVD. - November 12, 2015

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents Beast Boutique by Jennifer Avery at SATELLITE During Art Basel Miami Beach 2015

Providence-based contemporary art gallery to present an installation of Beast Boutique, born out of Jennifer Avery’s Artist Residency with the Hermès Foundation - October 29, 2015

"Soundings" by Brian Dowling at Yellow Peril

Brian Dowling's first solo exhibition, "Soundings," features marble sculptures and two-dimensional works measuring the depth between perception and reality. - September 23, 2015

"The Forlorn Incantations" by Johnny Adimando at Yellow Peril

"The Forlorn Incantations" continues to underscore major themes present in Adimando’s overall body of work (collection, escapism, protection, surveillance), but the exhibition will focus more specifically on a concept that addresses the blurred line between protection and imprisonment by way of obsessive order and feigned attempts at "perfection." - August 20, 2015

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents "32 Ghosts" by Toby Barnes at The Drawing Room, in Conjunction with LANA’s Sixth Annual Conference in Providence

Mixed media exhibition exploring ritual practices, individuals, and the nonhuman world in everyday life by Toby Barnes at The Drawing Room. - August 06, 2015

"Still" by Snow Yunxue Fu at Yellow Peril Gallery

Exhibition features an indoor architectural video projection installation, video monitor installations, framed inkjet 2D prints, video mapping installation and 3D printed sculptures. - June 21, 2015

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents "Burning Down The House" at Jamestown Arts Center

Group exhibition curated by Robert P. Stack features international artists exploring issues of house and home in their work - June 14, 2015

Yellow Peril Gallery presents Ruth Dealy and Rodrigo Nava at ArtHamptons 2015

Debut of self-portraits and landscapes by Ruth Dealy and a large scale sculpture installation by Rodrigo Nava on the Private Estate Grounds. - June 11, 2015

Pérez Art Museum Miami Acquires Seminal Painting by Ruth Dealy

Acquisition of "Morning After" made possible by a generous gift from Dr. William and Nancy Tsiaras. - May 12, 2015

"...and other poems" by Toby Sisson at Yellow Peril

Series of mixed media paintings, drawings and prints inspired by a compilation of author and social critic James Baldwin’s lesser known verses. - April 12, 2015

Yellow Peril Presents Matt Wilt and Jian (Jack) Yu in Solo Exhibitions in Parallel with Lively Experiments, NCECA’s 49th Annual Conference in Providence, RI

Head of the Ceramics Department at Skidmore College Matt Wilt to present "Theory + Practice," a new interactive and kinetic installation designed to engage the audience and involve them in a slower, more thoughtful analysis of the artwork and its ideas; ceramic artist, educator and Rhode Island School of Design MFA candidate Jian (Jack) Yu to present "Million Dollar Man," an exploration of the American dream as powered by the cheap labor and strong work ethic of China’s manufacturing industry. - February 16, 2015

"Husk" by David Namhon Kim at Yellow Peril

Immersive installation and series of sculptural works that arise simultaneously out of biological and digital processes. - January 25, 2015

Yellow Peril Gallery at SCOPE Miami Beach 2014

Featuring new works from artists that best exemplify the gallery's mission and values in a "living booth" that will evolve during the run of the show. - November 28, 2014

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents Paul Myoda at Contemporary Istanbul 2014

Yellow Peril Gallery to present an installation of interactive illuminating sculptures that respond to the presence of viewers by Paul Myoda at Contemporary Istanbul 2014 in PLUGIN, the New Media Section. - November 01, 2014

"Naughty or Nice," Curated by Brooke Erin Goldstein at Yellow Peril

Group exhibition and emporium featuring local artists and artisans curated by Brooke Erin Goldstein. - October 18, 2014

"COLLECTORS III: Discerning Eyes" at New Bedford Art Museum/Artworks

Curated by Robert P. Stack and Vanphouthon Souvannasane of Yellow Peril Gallery, “COLLECTORS III: Discerning Eyes” at New Bedford Art Museum/Artworks! presents early works from contemporary art collectors based in Providence (RI), New York (NY), Miami (FL), and Caguas (PR) who are ahead... - September 20, 2014

"Mile High, Red Hot" by García Sinclair + Nafis White at Yellow Peril

"Mile High, Red Hot" features an interactive Confiserie layered with exciting new works that draw viewers into the visceral space while transporting them to emotional landscapes through the lens of memory. - September 03, 2014

"ShrineBeast" by Andrew Paul Woolbright at Yellow Peril

“ShrineBeast” is a mixed media exhibition about alternate realities and the transformative nature of love by Andrew Paul Woolbright. - July 24, 2014

"Altared States" by Toby Barnes at Yellow Peril

Mixed media exhibition exploring the making of the sacred in everyday urban life by Toby Barnes. - June 05, 2014

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents "Ubiquity" at cutlog NY 2014 During Frieze Week

"Ubiquity" at cutlog NY 2014 works from artists who possess a strong understanding of the new realities that came into fruition through society’s relationship with technology, especially how its cogs can alter our concept of play, work and life with each movement. - May 07, 2014

"Black Indians in Space: The Constellation" by James Montford at Yellow Peril

Mixed-media collages exploring African American and Native American stereotypes and identity by James Montford. - May 01, 2014

Yellow Peril Reaches New Heights at SCOPE New York: "Size and Location Doesn't Matter When Hope is the Anchor"

When Providence-based contemporary art gallery Yellow Peril participated in their second edition of SCOPE in New York, the little gallery from the littlest state outsold several international peers and gained new collectors from three continents, proving that size and location doesn’t matter when Hope is the anchor. - March 28, 2014

"Community in Focus: Photographs and Stories of Olneyville" at The Plant #108

Undertaken as part of Olneyville Housing's 25th Anniversary Celebration, "Community in Focus: Photographs and Stories of Olneyville" celebrates life in Olneyville by pairing 25 striking portraits of Olneyville residents, artists, merchants and other neighborhood luminaries with their recorded reminiscences. - March 24, 2014

"DISCOurse #1: Pinup" by Bradley Wester at Yellow Peril

Bradley Wester’s newest body of work, a hybrid-practice that combines painting, drawing, sculpture and digital imaging into larger works and installations with unique reference to color and light and to physical space, opens at Yellow Peril on April 24th. - March 18, 2014

Yellow Peril Gallery to Present "Cultural Hegemony" at SCOPE New York 2014

"Cultural Hegemony" at SCOPE New York 2014 features artists whose body of work is rich in social context and investigates ideas of right and wrong, beautiful and ugly, just and unjust, and possible and impossible in a quietly confident manner. - February 28, 2014

"RETROPICAL: Superstitions of the Other" by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez at Yellow Peril

From an autobiographical point of view, "RETROPICAL” by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez explores the subaltern identity of a Caribbean native living in New England. - February 04, 2014

"(numb)Charlottes" by Jennifer Avery at Yellow Peril

"(numb)Charlottes" is an exploration of the pleasures of the whimsical, macabre, grotesque and glamorous by New Bedford-based artist Jennifer Avery. Art practice as identity and obsession is at the core: 2-D dolls, 3-D dolls, paper dolls, glass dolls, small, medium and large dolls, doll dresses, doll pets, and, of course, doll furniture. - January 08, 2014

Yellow Peril Gallery Presents “Model Minority” at SCOPE Miami Beach 2013

Yellow Peril Gallery is pleased to present "Model Minority" at SCOPE Miami Beach 2013, featuring 10 artists whose body of work is not marginalized by society's definitions of success, beauty and power. This is the Providence-based contemporary art gallery’s debut as one of 15... - November 03, 2013

Jamey Morrill: Theory of Everything at Yellow Peril Gallery

"theory of everything" is a 55% facetious, 45% serious exploration of existence by Providence-based sculptor Jamey Morrill at Yellow Peril Gallery. - October 02, 2013

Yellow Peril Gallery Joins Artsy

First contemporary art gallery in Rhode Island invited as Partner. - October 02, 2013

"Nature Contained": an Urban Sculpture Garden at the Plant Courtyard in Olneyville, Presented by Yellow Peril Gallery

Guest Curated by Brooke Erin Goldstein, “Nature Contained” is a one-night-only event featuring artists working with nature as a medium or subject matter at The Plant Courtyard in Olneyville. - September 07, 2013

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