Gallery Gigantica is a small gallery for small art dealing with big issues. Created to confront the common limitations of space and money, the gallery works with artists with limited resources. Hand crafted, the 600-square inch space is ideal for miniature art and installations from nomadic or underprivileged artists.
This is an experiment in what an art gallery can be. What happens when we make a roaming gallery? By minimizing gallery overhead, what often overlooked artists can be embraced? How much does art need to be commoditized?