Our concept is simple: everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of their community. We exist as an art gallery without walls showcasing independent stories and artists from the American West.
A GALLERY WITHOUT WALLS
We believe the power of an art gallery lies not in its brick-and-mortar walls but what happens in the space between those walls -- the firsthand encounters and experiential friction between artists, community, and art. We curate spaces and experiences to bring together audiences in (k)new and ambitious ways to show that anyone, anywhere has the right to access great art and powerful storytelling.
A STUDIO FOR STORYTELLING
Headquartered in downtown Salt Lake City, Lost Eden is led by a collective of local Indigenous artists based out of a live studio. The studio is available for in-person collaborations with any of the in-house artists, curators, and producers by appointment only.
Pop-up shops are not available for outside requests.
PLAN A VISIT
You can check out our work virtually or in-person at the following locations.
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