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@Central Gallery

Located on the first floor of Burton Barr Central Library, @Central Gallery presents fine art exhibitions featuring the work of Arizona artists not currently represented by a gallery. It is open to the public during normal library hours and First Fridays. For more information, email

​Current Exhibit

"FACTS OF LIFE, VOL I" -- Glória Langer
June 10 - July 16

Langer describes this series of paintings as a reflection on a new reality of fast paced images and information.  In a society where almost everything is about image and surface, she hopes to convey a window of introspection and analysis.

A First Friday reception with the artist will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on July 1. Live music will be performed by Dale Yeoman and Johnny Carrasco. The reception is supported by the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library.


​Upcoming Exhibit

Paintings by Allen Garns
July 17 - August 27

​Recent Exhibits​

Image of painting by artist Dwayen Hall"Out of This World" -- Grant Delph and Dwayne HallImage of sculpture by artist Grant Delph
April 22 - June 4

The genre of Science Fiction fuels, stimulates, and influences the imaginative paintings and sculptures by artists Dwayne Hall and Grant Delph.

 Photograph of storm clouds and lightening strike

 "Monsoon on Metal" -- Davo Laninga 
March 11 - April 15

Laninga's photographs capture the sense of awe and surprising beauty that can be found during the Arizona Monsoon. 


 Photograph of bookstore interior - Weller Book Works.

"The Last Bookstores: America's Resurgent Independents" -- Bryan David Griffith
Jan. 22 - March 4

"The Last Bookstores” combines photographs and interviews to document an industry during a time of historic changes. Griffith photographed independent bookstores old and new, large and small, iconic and obscure, in big cities and small towns across America. 

@Central Gallery Call for Artists

Each year, @Central Gallery issues a call for local artists to submit their work. The call generally opens in the late summer and remains open for approximately two months.