Jun 24, 2010


In his first solo exhibition in 5 years, Joe has selected a diverse collection of paintings, drawings and prints produced from 2004 to 2010. With no particular theme to his body of work, he continuously experiments various styles and techniques through subjects of history, beauty, humor and death.

With DJ Cornflake spinning music through the night, Joe has selected the right works and music to create the coolest experience and a fun night for everyone.

Friday, July 16th, 6-11pm. Music, food, drinks!

Saturday, July 17th, Noon-5pm
Sunday, July 18th, Noon-4pm
And by appointment through August 8th.

Jun 16, 2010

Voices Worth Hearing on the Radio

Voices Worth Hearing with Dee Perry Around Noon on WCPN.org

Listen to documentary filmmaker Luanne Bole-Becker and photographer Gabriel Gonzalez talk about their experience sharing and documenting the lives of refugee families in Northeast Ohio.

Jun 14, 2010

Preparing for Voices

The artwork arrived at the gallery, and it was exciting to see the photos for the first time. One by one, each photo came out of its box. Each pristine photo telling a story of a life many of us know nothing about. Lives that have seen and experienced heartbreak we could not imagine. And after all of this, they are now living in our cities. They are our neighbors and learning about life in America.

The photography exhibit will be at Wall Eye Gallery, the documentary will show at West Side Ecumenical Ministry Reinberger Auditorium, and the reception as well as art from the Refugee Artisan Co-op will be at Saigon Plaza. Each location is within a very short walking distance from each other.

Please join us this Friday in welcoming and learning about the families who have graciously welcomed the photographers, Steve Cagan, Gabriel Gonzalez, and Donald Black, to document their lives. And let's celebrate the hard work of the artists and organizers who have worked together to bring you a beautiful photo exhibit and engaging documentary about the families. We'll all learn together.

Resources about Refugees:
Documentaries & Films
Children's Books (Some of these will be on display at the gallery)
Building Hope in the City
World Refugee Day - June 20

Jun 13, 2010

Voices Worth Hearing, Art Worth Sharing

Wall Eye Gallery is honored to be a part of a multimedia exhibit sharing the lives of refugee families in Northeast Ohio! The three events include a Photo Exhibit, a Video Documentary, and multicultural food and artwork. All three events will be in different locations but within walking distance of each other.

~Photo Exhibit at Wall Eye Gallery, 5304 Detroit Ave, Cleveland
Friday, June 18 7:00-11:00pm, Saturday, June 19 12:00-6:00pm & Sunday, June 20 12:00-5:00pm.
Friday, June 25 7:00-11:00pm, Saturday, June 26 12:00-6:00pm & Sunday, June 27 12:00-5:00pm

~Video Documentary at the Reinberger Auditorium 5209 Detroit Ave, Cleveland
Friday, June 18 at 8:00pm & Saturday, June 19 at 2:00pm

~Multicultural Food & Artwork at Saigon Plaza, 5400 Detroit Ave, Cleveland
Friday, June 18 7:00-11:00pm & Saturday, June 19 12:00-5:00pm

This event is a project of Building Hope in the City in cooperation with Cleveland Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services and Asia Services in Action (Asia Inc.) with partial funding by Cleveland Colectivo and The George Gund Foundation.

Jun 6, 2010

Discover Gordon Square Arts District Day!

Wall Eye Gallery will be open 11-4p for the Gordon Square festivities! Discover all that our neighborhood has to offer! Our current show, Sin Titulo (Untitled) will be up and our boutique will be open. It'll be a fun day and a great opportunity to experience one of Cleveland's funnest neighborhoods!