Non-Fiction Gallery is committed to exhibiting innovative, thought-provoking contemporary work spanning a myriad of media. Through carefully considered exhibition programming, the gallery aims to highlight emerging local, national, and international artists, while engaging our community in a wider cultural dialogue.
Non-Fiction is proud to offer a variety of ways to give artists access to professionally run and represented shows. Check our services page for updates and information about gallery sponsored shows and calls for entry, renting the gallery for your own exhibition or booking a private event.rentals & CFE info
Non-Fiction regularly takes part in one of the coolest monthly art happenings in Savannah - the First Friday Art March! Coordinated by Art Rise Savannah, this event brings together some of the best that Savannah has to offer in music, food and culture. Attractions include kid's art activities, the Desotorow Indie Arts Market and special evening events and exhibitions at various locations. There's even a free Art March Trolley that stops at all participating locations!
"Savannah artist Juliana Peloso won the Best of Show Award in Non-Fiction Gallery’s new Tiny Divas exhibit for her detailed portrait of country singer Dolly Parton. Peloso’s oil painting, one of a series of four, depicts the iconic performer in her signature platinum blonde wig with a wide smile, demonstrating her trademark blend of authenticity and artificiality. Tiny Divas showcases 40 original works of art in various media that alternately idolize and subvert familiar celebrities, ranging from Madonna to Beyonce..."
EXCERPT: "I heard word from fellow writers and recently renounced Brooklynite friends, that Savannah was "happenin." My buddies John Swisher and Mike Brown live, along with Olivia (Swisher’s older sister) in the Lucas Mansion, which they’ve deemed the Trap Mansion..."
"Hard-working artisan, solitary genius, credentialed professional—the image of the artist has changed radically over the centuries. What if the latest model to emerge means the end of art as we have known it?"
Do you have a strong interest in getting involved in the growing independent Savannah art scene? Do you enjoy making conversation and connections around art and culture? Are you looking for experience working with artists, curators and art administrators in a professional gallery environment? Non-Fiction Gallery might have a great opportunity for you!