Erin Jane Nelson

Erin Jane Nelson (b. 1989, Neenah, WI; lives and works in Atlanta, GA) has had solo shows at Document Gallery, Chicago (2015, 2017) and Hester, New York (2015) and was included in ATLBNL: The Atlanta Biennial at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (2016) among numerous group exhibitions at Downs & Ross, New York (2017), Honor Fraser, Los Angeles (2016), Galerie Division, Montreal (2016), and Ellis King, Dublin (2015). Her work will be included in forthcoming group exhibitions at The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich and a forthcoming solo exhibition at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center in 2019. She is co-director at Species, an artist-run gallery in Atlanta.

Barnumbiir thru the Wavelight, 2017, Pigment print on Jacquard Cotton, ink, and various fabrics, 46h x 44w in

Her Deepness Freyja, 2017 Pigment print on Jacquard Organza and Cotton, various fabrics, moss, cellophane, aluminum, and styrofoam amaranth, 50h x 58w in

Epona Jane, 2017, Pigment print on Jacquard Organza and Cotton, ink, and various fabrics, 64h x 38w in

SeaPersephone, 2017 Pigment print on Jacquard Organza and Cotton, various fabrics, aluminum, plastic wheat, and styrofoam amaranth, 65h x 55w in

Monsieur Xolotl, 2017, Pigment print on Jacquard Cotton, silk flowers, and various fabrics, 35h x 35w in

Jizo Feeler, 2017, Pigment print on Jacquard Organza and Cotton, various fabrics, aluminum, debris, and styrofoam amaranth, 88h x 75w in

Psychopompopolis (w/Jason Benson), 2017, Woven LED chandelier, digital audio, polyester rug, pigment on cotton, recycled foam and polyester batting

Raccoona Charon, 2017, Pigment print on Jacquard Organza and Cotton, 115h x 240w in

Stop Pollution, Eat Garbage, Inkjet on cotton, plastic, embroidered patch, grommets, Sudafed, cotton batting, and silk ribbon, 50 x 29 in, 2015

Monk Behind Bars, Inkjet on cotton, cotton, embroidered patches, wool batting, silk ribbon, garden lining fabric, grommets, 70 x 60 in, 2015

Poto ElleBelle, Silver Gelatin Print in Artist Frame, 20 x 16 in, 2014

Poto Lovevol, Silver Gelatin Print in Artist Frame, 20 x 16 in, 2014

Poto Glosh, Silver Gelatin Print in Artist Frame, 20 x 16 in, 2014


Julien Creuzet


On view: November 23rd, 2017 – February 15th, 2018

French Caribbean artist Julien Creuzet presents Mañana Vapor, his first solo show in Colombia at SKETCH.  He composes an intuitive and fertile encounter, composed by poems, installations and visual and sound assemblages. Fragments of poems and photographs are superimposed and printed on to polished surfaces, feverishly wanting to escape from the video that contains them and whisper magic stories into your ears. From his collages he creates powerful visual narratives, erasing the borders between documentary, fantasy and reality; a reverse that lets us go beyond the thinkable, between the occult and the visible. Through his hybrid works Julien Creuzet recovers objects and myths that history has, to date, left aside to make its own agenda prevail. Then and only then Julien Creuzet stories reveal themselves as possible: they shine in silence waiting for our hands to embrace them.

Julien Creuzet lives and works in Paris. He has participated in numerous solo shows including DOCUMENT, Chicago (2017),Galerie Doyang Lee, Paris (2016), National Superior School of Art and Design, Nancy, France (2016), Contemporary Art Regional Funds, Normandy, France (2015), Juvisy-sur-Orge Contemporary Art Centre, France (2013) and Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin, Italy  (2012). His upcoming shows for 2018 are Ricard Foundation and Bétonsalon Art Centre, Paris.

He participated recently at The Lyon Biennial and Hors Piste Festival at  the  Pompidou Center, Paris (2017), No. XII  Contemporary Art Biennial, Dakar, Senegal (2016), II Kampala Art Biennial, Uganda (2016 and the 30th International Artists Studio Program Exhibition at the Regional Fonds of Contemporary Art of Pays de la Loire, France (2016) amongst others.


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DOCUMENT is a commercial gallery located in Chicago that specializes in contemporary photography, film and media based art. The gallery has organized more than 30 solo exhibitions since its opening in 2011 and actively promotes the work of emerging national and international artists. Operating conjointly as a professional printmaking studio, DOCUMENT facilitates the production of works by artists from Chicago and the US. At this time we do not accept unsolicited submissions.