ExhibitionsPrevious Exhibitions

Dave Eassa
My Mother Always Told Me I’d Grow Up To Be A Lawyer
March 6 - 29 2015

What do you do?

What’s your five year plan? Ten year? Retirement?

Maybe if you are lucky you will end up a rich man with a beautiful wife.

Dave Eassa lives and works in Baltimore, MD. He received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2013. Recent solo exhibitions include “The End of Spring” at Big Law Country Club in Brooklyn, NY and “Dreamhouse” at Lil’ Gallery in Baltimore, MD. He has shown nationally and internationally in exhibitions most notably at Sophiajacob (Baltimore, MD.), Artisphere (Roslyn, VA.), Marianne Boesky Gallery (New York, NY.), artSTRAND (Provincetown, MA), Reh Kunst (Berlin, Germany), Current Space (Baltimore, MD.), and Casa das Artes Criação Ambiente Utopias (Sao Tome, Sao Tome and Principe). I 2014 his work was published in New American Paintings No. 112 and was awarded an Individual Artist Grant in Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council. He facilitates the program “A Different Kind of Home” which brings the arts to long-term incarcerated men at the Maryland Correctional Institute in Jessup.