Good Weather presents, A pointed finger draws the line
June 1–July 1, 2018
Interface is pleased to host a group exhibition presented by Good Weather, featuring work by Milano Chow, Cayetano Ferrer. Amy Garofano, and Jesse Robinson.
Please join us for an opening reception on Friday, June 1st from 6-9 pm.
Good Weather is a contemporary art gallery in North Little Rock, Arkansas founded in 2011 by Haynes Riley in his brother’s suburban garage. It has made a decentralizing impact on the presentation of contemporary art and is dedicated to exhibiting critically engaged artists whose practices represent a breadth of significant movements in the field. The gallery is an intimate kunsthalle space that has, over the course of nearly six years, presented thirty-eight solo exhibitions from national and international artists. Outside of its primary location, Good Weather has organized exhibitions through various platforms including at Atlanta Contemporary, The Luminary, Holiday Forever, COOP, Institute 193, Fringe Projects, and Gallery Protocol. Good Weather also publishes artists books and apparel that have been presented at Printed Matter's LA Art Book Fair at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Cranbrook Art Museum, Detroit Art Book Fair, and Vancouver Art/Book Fair.