Three men cry out in angst in a black and white photograph.

Jeremy Shaw: Liminals

Born in Vancouver and now based in Berlin, Jeremy Shaw explores altered states and the cultural and scientific practices that attempt to capture transcendental experience. The artist draws on and often combines the strategies of documentary filmmaking, music video, conceptual art, and scientific research to create a space of ambiguity in which disparate belief systems and histories are thrown into interpretive limbo.

A photographer apparently in their studio looks through the viewfinder of their camera while seated. The camera lens is pointed towards the viewer and the photographer's face is obscured by their camera.

Monsen Photography Lecture: Paul Mpagi Sepuya

The Henry is excited to welcome Paul Mpagi Sepuya as this year’s Monsen Photography Lecture speaker. This annual lecture brings key makers and thinkers in photographic practice to the Henry. Paul Mpagi Sepuya (b. 1982, San Bernardino, CA) is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography and Associate Professor in Media Arts at the University of California, San Diego.

A silkscreen print with a black background and Indigenous-inspired design.

Indigenous Matrix: Northwest Women Printmakers

Delight in the bold graphics and striking colors of Northwest Native silkscreen prints with this installation of contemporary works by Indigenous women. his installation brings to light the unique contributions of several women artists whose imagery divulges personal experiences, complex mythologies, and unfettered expression, pushing styles and subjects into new directions that continue to inspire a new generation of Native artists.

A photograph of what seems to be decorated plain cookies in a bag

a fairy show II

The Lost-race theory describes fairies as historical colonized subjects. What killed the Spirit and the Native but the betrayal of good will and weaponised metals?

Poster for 'Hollaback to the Future' in white text against a black background

Hollaback to the Future

Twenty international artists from Georgia to Ghana present new works that form a narrative about the future of the Black experience.⁠

Poster for 'Salon Delicatessen' featuring two dolls on a tiered upholstered cake stand.

Orly Anan: Salon Delicatessen

Mexico City-based artist, filmmaker and creative director Orly Anan occupies the entirety of the True Space with her new immersive installation Salon Delicatessen.

A purple poster promoting the show "HARD WOOD"; a still-life painting of assorted objects sits front and center.

Lionel Vance: HARD WOOD

The Factory presents HARD WOOD, a solo exhibition and first post-graduate show for Lionel Vance, featuring works for Seattle’s Queer art walk. The exhibition explores ideas of comfort and newfound queerness that many of us form with companionship.