Ciel Gallery plans to close in South End at the end of February, the artist collective’s owners said in a statement this week.
The 10-year-old gallery is located on East Park Avenue, in between the Blue Line light rail and South Boulevard. It wasn’t immediately clear what might take Ciel Gallery’s place.
A few blocks away, the Charlotte Art League announced this week that it’s moving from Camden Road, where the group has been for 21 years, to NoDa. A new developer bought the Charlotte Art League’s property and plans to bring in new restaurants and retailers.
The 1,700-square-foot Ciel Gallery location will close on Feb. 28. The gallery has been a regular stop on the South End gallery crawls that take place the first Friday of each month.
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“We filled it with love and exploration and talent and inspiration and deep friendships and plans and hard work and never-ending art,” co-founder Pam Goode wrote. She could not immediately be reached for more information.