Lost Eden was founded as Utah’s first Western Indigenous art gallery dedicated to fulfilling Article 27 of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. Existing as both a physical gallery and a Web3 platform, Lost Eden is a destination for both established and emerging artists to showcase their physical and digital designs.
THE GALLERY INSIDE LOST EDEN
The Gallery inside Lost Eden is Salt Lake City's first Indigenous Art Gallery. As an independent gallery exclusively dedicated to Oceania/North American Indigenous art, we are steadfast and committed to bringing Indigenous voices to the forefront of exhibitions, translations, and writings of Indigenous Oceania art and culture.
A STUDIO FOR STORYTELLING
Lost Eden provides the ideal backdrop for any occasion. To sustain a home for powerful storytellers, Lost Eden offers studio rentals with open vendor policies, in-house rentals, and flexible decor guidelines to help turn any event vision or artistic dream into reality.
Lost Eden is located upstairs at Modern West Fine Arts Gallery, in downtown Salt Lake City.
We believe stories harness the power to change the world. The Oceania Archive serves to reconnect Pacific Islanders in the United States to their indigeneity and combat cultural erasure. The Oceania Archive is a depository where our stories - past, present, and future - reside.
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