The West is home to the largest and most diverse nations of Indigenous peoples in America. As a gallery, we represent and curate work based on Indigenous artistic excellence and expression in the western United States. Existing as both a physical space and digital platform, Lost Eden Gallery is a destination for both established and emerging artists to showcase their physical and digital designs.
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 beyond Lost Eden Gallery to bring together curators, artists, creative practitioners, and storytellers in new and ambitious ways to show that anyone, anywhere can create a "gallery without walls".
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. As an active event venue, our studio HQ provides the ideal backdrop for any occasion and offers flexible layouts, an open vendor policy, and á la carte rentals and services.
PLAN A VISIT
Lost Eden is located upstairs at Modern West Fine Arts Gallery, 412 S. 700 W. Salt Lake City, UT 84104, in downtown.
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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