Non-Fiction Gallery is a contemporary art exhibition space located just south of Savannah's Historic district. Through carefully considered exhibition programming, Non-Fiction aims to highlight emerging local, national, and international artists, while engaging the local community in a wider cultural dialogue.
"Artist Xiaolu Zhang’s mixed-media paintings deliberately evoke the mischievous, rebellious spirit of children who scrawl moustaches on faces in the newspaper and pull hilarious pranks on family members... 'Little Evils', a solo exhibition on display at Non-Fiction Gallery, underscores Zhang’s powerful commitment to breaking the rules by painting outside the conventional lines..." By Allison Hersh
Non-Fiction is proud to offer a variety of ways to give artists access to professionally run and represented shows, and is always looking for new opportunities to expose the local art community to diverse media and new approaches. The types of shows hosted by the gallery include fine art and craft pop-up shops, small-works, National juried Call for Entry, emerging artists and thesis shows. We are not limited to featuring one media or style; rather, we choose to fill the gallery with artworks which manifest a high level of thoughtfulness, concept, follow-through and aesthetic strength.
A portion of each exhibition season is available for students and emerging artists to rent the gallery space in order to showcase new work. All reservations must go through our proposal process – the PDFS on the right have all of the information needed. We typically schedule up two to six months in advance and our calendar fills up fast! If you are interested in showing your exhibition here, send in your proposal application as soon as possible. Don’t forget to include images of your latest work!