ABOUT

GRIN is an artist-run gallery located in Providence, Rhode Island presenting an interdisciplinary program focused on emerging and underexposed artists. Directed by Corey Oberlander and Lindsey Stapleton, GRIN is located at The Plant in the historic Olneyville District of Providence, Rhode Island. It was founded in 2013 as a space for artists to develop and exhibit their work with a steady curatorial hand.

Our intent is to develop an intellectually demanding yet aesthetically engaging program; consistently presenting emerging artists working across mediums. Our hope is to stimulate fresh dialogue while continuing to promote the development of the local creative community. Our mission is to support the careers of underexposed artists with a devotion to process and conceptual advancement.

To see available works or learn more about a specific artist, please contact us directly at contact (at) grinprovidence.com. All sales are Tax Free!

 

GRIN has partnered with Art Money: a new way to buy art

Art Money makes owning art easier and more affordable. Payments are spread over 10 monthly installments. After paying a minimum 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest free. Art Money is available from $1,000 to $50,000. Apply online for instant approval, take your art home and pay for it later.  

www.artmoney.com

 

GRIN is a member of Common Field, a visual arts organizing network that connects contemporary, experimental, noncommercial artist-run and artist centered spaces and initiatives.

 

CONTACT

60 Valley Street, Unit 3
Providence, RI  02909
e. contact@grinprovidence.com
p. 401 272 0796
Open Saturdays 12PM - 5PM, by announcement, appointment, and chance.

 SEE AVAILABLE WORKS

 SEE AVAILABLE WORKS

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

"Scenes of Madness from High Above Times Square at Spring/Break Art Fair", W MAGAZINE, Stephanie Eckardt, 2017
"The Messy DIY Aesthetic of SPRING/BREAK Art Show", Hyperallergic, Hrag Vartanian, 2017
"New York Art Fair Coverage, New York 1, Stephanie Simon, 2017
"We Went To SPRING/BREAK: Who Let the Dogs Out? Art F City, Harrison Curley + Molly Rhinestones, 2017
"A Tour of the 2017 Spring/Break Art Show, ArtNews, Maximilíano Durón, 2017
"Our Favorite Rooms at Spring/Break Art Show, ArtZealous, 2017
"SPRING/BREAK Art Show Highlights, Untitled Magazine, 2017
"Inside Spring/Break, The Best Armory Arts Week Fair Inside A Times Square Office Building, Gothamist, 2017
"Looking forward to what’s hot in 2017", Clint Baclawski via Erica Corsano, Boston Herald, 2016
"Satellite Remains a Bright Star in Gloomy Art Week", Michael Anthony Farley, Art F City, 2016
"The 8 Unmissable Booths at UNTITLED Miami Beach", Brian Boucher, artnet, 2016
"Miami Beach's SATELLITE Fair pulls interactive into its Orbit" Monica Uszerowicz, Hyperallergic, 2016
"Lap Dances, Tattoos and… Fine Art? Meet Art Basel’s Sexy Little Sister", Liz Suman, Playboy, 2016
"Get Ready for the Biggest UNTITLED Miami Beach Ever", Sarah Cascone, Artnet, 2016
"The plays the thing, with Derek Larson & Marc Mitchell", Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe, 2016
"The GIF becomes the landscape: Geographically indeterminate Fantasies" Amy Beecher, Big Red & Shiny, 2016
"GRIN Reapers", Andrea Feldman, Take Magazine, 2016
"Strange Times at Spring/Break: 5 Must-See Booths at New York's Coolest Art Fair", Dylan Kerr, Artspace, 2016
"See It Before It’s Gone: 'Besides' at GRIN Providence", Alexander Castro, Big Red & Shiny 2016
"The Bluffs by Joseph Leroux", Alexander Castro, Art New England, 2015
"Boston Common: GRIN", Brian Christopher Glaser, Big Red & Shiny, 2015
"A Ceramicist Captures Nature’s Fragility", Benjamin Sutton, Hyperallergic, 2015
"
Inspired by Motherhood, a Ceramic Artist Turns Babytalk Into Art", Bridget Gleeson, Artsy, 2015
"Key to Erbacher is interactivity", by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe,  2015
"Office Space: Sandra Erbacher’s Institutional Critique Takes Aim at Modern Bureaucracies",  Heather Corcoran, Artsy, 2015
"Jam-Packed Spring/Break Art Show Pulls into Moynihan Station", Allison Meier, Hyperallergic, 2015
"Highlights from SPRING/BREAK Art Show", Regina Mogilevskaya, Blouin Art Info, 2015
"Checking out that SPRING/BREAK Art Show Vibe",  Ginger Rudolph, HAHA Magazine, 2015
"Humor Leads the Way to Humanity in Pat Falco’s Casually Irreverent Work", Stephen Dillon, Artsy, 2014
"Who Opens a Gallery Today? Five Gallerists Discuss their Strategy", Elizabeth Devlin, Art New England, 2014
"Charlie Smith’s Sculptural Hybrids Balance Experimentation and Formalism", Alexxa Gotthardt, Artsy Editorial, 2014
"Primary structures", Greg Cook, Providence Phoenix, 2014
"Dream Vacations", Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 2014
"Outward and Inward", Greg Cook, The Providence Phoenix, 2014
"The Best Art Galleries in Providence: Rhode Island Capital of Culture", Ellen Von Wiegand, The Culture Trip, 2014
"Overview of GRIN", Anya Ventura, Art New England, 2014
"Leah Piepgras Doesn’t “Practice” Art, Amanda Sarroff, Artsy, 2014
"Five Galleries Invite You to Play With Perception"Charlie Ambler, Artsy, 2014
"Sculptures and Paintings Becoming", Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe, 2014
"Brightness and DarknessGreg Cook", Providence Phoenix, 2014
"Review: Asylum at GRIN", Anya Ventura, Big Red & Shiny, 2013
"Beds and Flowers and Metaphysics", Greg Cook, Providence Phoenix, 2013
"Captivating concepts", Greg Cook, Providence Phoenix, 2013