September 17th - October 31st, 2020
A solo exhibition of recent works by Maryland artist, Arthur Jedson Smalley. His fluid yet carefully conceived paintings and sculptures derive from a close understanding of natural form and are used as vehicles to provide the materials - wood and paint - the opportunity to reveal themselves through the artist’s hand.
February 5th - March 13th, 2021
Moron This Later...
Catalyst Contemporary presents Moron This Later..., a virtual solo exhibition of the late William S. Dutterer (1943–2007) and is honored to partner with the Dutterer Trust in reintroducing his range of works from early minimalist abstraction to comic-book-inspired figuration.
May 7th - June 4th, 2020
Nolan Flynn: Online Solo Exhibition
Catalyst Contemporary presents Logical Elasticity, an exhibition showcasing the work of Salt Lake City painter Nolan Flynn, whose multivalent abstract fields and sketches question the presence of weighted ideas like relational aesthetics within the lens of human experiences.
March 12th - June 4th, 2020
Catalyst Contemporary presents Authentic Realities, an art exhibition featuring new work from the recent artist addition to their growing roster. Sobia Ahmad, Damon Arhos, and Erick Antonio Benitez’s works speak uniquely about their constantly evolving communities, challenging the status quo, and creating a better common future.
February 8th - March 7th, 2020
Catalyst Contemporary presents Turbid Landscapes, a group exhibition of three artists presenting a variety of landscapes that exist on various levels in our modern world. Featuring: Maren Henson, Gary Thompson, and Marcia Wolfson-Ray.
Nov 14th, 2019 - Jan 11th, 2020
Solo exhibition invites viewers to see intimate relationships between two women, acknowledging and emphasizing the female gaze featuring the works of Joan Cox.
Oct 10 - Nov 9, 2019
Eye to Eye
Catalyst Contemporary presents Eye to Eye, an exhibition showcasing three artists, Christopher Batten, Schroeder Cherry, and James Williams II whose works participate or prevent the very act of looking upon African-American male bodies.
June 22 - Sept 9, 2019
I know where I've been
I know where I’ve been is an exhibition showcasing two artists, Sobia Ahmad and Sera Boeno whose works focus on violence, trauma, and healing in regards to their identities.