Cleveland

-Spaces Gallery (2005)

-Brandt Gallery, Black White & Grey

(solo show, 2006)

-The Edge Gallery (2006)

-Ingenuity Festival (2006)

-Doubting Thomas Gallery (2006)


     New York City

-Fordham University Gallery, Lincoln Center (undergraduate solo show, 2002; alumni art show 2008)

-Educational Alliance Rubenstein Gallery, Art School staff shows

-Brooklyn Museum staff exhibit (2007)

-AGAST Gowanus Art Walk 2010 to 2012

-Greenpoint Gallery (Small Works , 2012)

-Pratt fundraiser (Cards for Chris, 2012) 

-Brooklyn Museum GOS Open Studio (Gowanus, 2012) 


-BGI Gallery(Brooklyn Stacked & Sorted)  solo show, 2013 see video --->


-Local Project Gallery (Exquisite Collage, 2014)

-Open Source Gallery, Soup Kitchen, annually in December since 2013

-Rich Garr: Analog Collage solo exhibition, OS Cafe (2015 / 2016)
-Brooklyn Art: Micro-Retrospectives group show curated by Rich Garr, Supercollider Cafe (2016)

-Lesley Heller Gallery, Holiday Salon 2015, Lower East Side, Manhattan

-Street Art History Plaque series (2015-ongoing) in the streets of NYC

-Art Slope artist & general curator of visual arts (2016) 

-Suds Salon featured artist (2017)

-GOS "Boathouse Art" group show (upcoming 2017)





      Elsewhere

-Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Gallery Narrowsburg, NY

(Love Always,  2012)

-Hamilton Street Gallery

Bound Brook, NJ

(Anatomy of a Chair,  2013)

-Redtree Gallery; Cincinnati, OH

(Reds, 2014)

-Nave Gallery; Boston, MA

(This into That, 2015)


 


Exhibition history

Bio

RICH GARR art

Rich is an artist and educator living in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn. A varied background in art and cultural history reflects an interest in architecture and urban development and the way in which people react to the world around them. A proud native of Cleveland, he has always paid close attention to the re-use of old infrastructure. His graduate essay "New Art in Old Buildings: The Blue Collar White Cube" explored ways of displaying contemporary art in old space. Rich began teaching art to children by touring them around the galleries of the Cleveland Museum of Art. His interests led him to Fordham University in the Bronx. Graduate studies back in Cleveland followed, but he was lured back to New York by his eventual wife. He began work in the Brooklyn Museum's Education Department, and freelance work followed: the Educational Alliance Art School, Cathedral of St. John the Divine; Kentler International Drawing Space, Lefferts Historic House in Prospect Park, and as a tour guide through the Brooklyn Navy Yard. He has recently taken a step back from his own tour company, Gotham SideWalks, to concentrate on his own art and young family.