The 2720 Cherokee Street Gallery features exhibitions of various mediums and histories. From solo exhibitions to collaborations, the gallery is open to hosting any and all displays of artwork as long as they fulfill the gallery’s goal of presenting art that expresses the intersection of nature and human kind’s use of signs and symbols as an avenue of communication through history.
Ionography is very present and highly evident in human history;
2720 Cherokee Street Gallery aims to explore this connection, understand it better, and learn from it through the lens of diverse artwork and varied representations from different cultures, and of different backgrounds.
Exhibitions typically feature an artist and the artwork that they want to present, accompanied by an event that includes a viewing of the artist’s work and interview with the artists themselves.
This allows artists to express themselves as much as possible, while at the same time leaving room for the audience to form their own interpretations about the artists’ work; to understand the work from their own eyes, and understand it with their own words and frames of reference. Both interactive and observational exhibitions hosted by 2720 Cherokee Street Gallery aspire for a holistic approach to understanding and appreciating art, culture, and meaning.