Gabriela Galvan is a multidisciplinary artist and educator working across disciplines—installation, public art, sculpture, video, drawing, design, and performance. Galván’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries including Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofía, ESP; Kunsthaus Baselland, CH; Künstlerhaus Bethanien, DE; Zacheta National Gallery, PL; Awangarda Gallery, PL; Mediations Poznań Art Biennale, PL,Casas Reiner Gallery, US, and Haydee Rovirosa Gallery in New York. In Mexico at Museo Tamayo, Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo Carrillo Gil, Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Museo de la Ciudad de México (in collaboration with the Centre George Pompidou) and OMR Gallery, among others. Her public projects include "Aquatic Random" at Staten Island Ferry Terminal in New York. Gabriela’s work is currently exhibited at Assembly, a new art space opened by artist Bosco Sodi and Lucia Corredor in Monticello NY.
1x1x1 is ann street gallery’s series featuring one artist, one work, for one month in the Gallery window. 1x1x1 aims to be a nimble platform giving artists experimental space for solo exhibitions.