Evicted Art

Adam Turl                                                       618-713-8132                                                        adamturl@wustl.edu


Central Committee (Revolt of the Swivel Chairs) in progress. Acryic, stickers, marker, post-it notes, stapes, coffee and mixed media on canvas tarp. (Las Vegas studio 2018).

Adam Turl is an artist and writer who lives in Las Vegas, Nevada and St. Louis, Missouri. He is an editor at Red Wedge Magazine, writes its "Evicted Art Blog" and is an art critic for the West End Word. Turl's recent exhibitions include Thirteen Baristas at the Brett Wesley Gallery in Las Vegas, Nevada, Kick the Cat at Project 1612 in Peoria, Illinois and The Barista Who Could See the Future, as part of Exposure 19 at Gallery 210 (St. Louis, Missouri). His upcoming exhibitions include Revolt of the Swivel Chairs at the Las Vegas Cube Gallery (in March 2018) and The Barista Who Disappeared at Artspace 304 (in June 2018) in Carbondale, Illinois. In 2016 Turl was a resident at the Cité internationale des Arts in Paris. He is an adjunct instructor at the University of Nevada - Las Vegas.


13 Baristas (St. Louis 2015)

Kick the Cat @ Project 1612 (Peoria, Illinois 2015)

A Painter for Our Time @ Safe Space (St. Louis 2014)

The Barista Who Could See the Future @ Gallery 210 (St. Louis 2017)

Dead Paintings No. 10 (Carbondale, Illinois 2014)

13 Baristas @ Brett Wesley Gallery (Las Vegas 2015)

The Barista Who Could See the Future @ DAH (St. Louis 2016)

13 Baristas @ Brett Wesley Gallery (Las Vegas 2015)



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