Founded by Laura Merage, a wealthy philanthropist and an accomplished artist, RedLine opened in 2008 in a smartly rehabbed warehouse at the northeast edge of downtown. RedLine is an unusual art institution in that it's partly a studio complex, partly a stunning exhibition venue, and partly an agent for social change and community development. But the facility is also anchored by its cadre of artist-residents, who are given partially subsidized state-of-the-art studio space in exchange for a commitment to participate in the community activities endorsed by Merage and by the group itself. Residencies currently run for two years, with the terms staggered so that every year, half the residents leave and are replaced by a new... More >>>
"Untitled 27," by Derrick Velasquez, cherry and vinyl.