Cable Griffith


Recent Work
September 2017
G. Gibson Gallery

Recent Exhibitions & Events

Push Play
Curated by Melissa E. Feldman
Cory Arcangel, Patrick Bernier & Olive Martin, Ruth Catlow, Mary Flanagan, Futurefarmers, Ryan Gander, Cable Griffith & Brent Watanabe, Allan McCollum & Matt Mullican, Paul Noble, Yoko Ono, Pedro Reyes, Jason Rohrer, David Shrigley, and Erik Svedäng.
January 12 – March 4, 2017
Opening Reception: January 12, 5-8 PM
Hedreen Gallery (Seattle University)
Seattle, WA

Winter Gymnastics
Ansel Adams, Julie Blackmon, Susanna Bluhm, Cable Griffith, Mary Iverson, Eirik Johnson, Robert C. Jones, Michael Kenna, Doug Keyes, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Alfred Stieglitz, Mark Thompson + Marion Post Wolcott
November 16 – January 7
Reception: December 8, 2016, 5-7pm
G. Gibson Gallery
Seattle, WA

Digital Soft
Tim Cross, Cable Griffith, Rob Rhee, and Susan Robb
Curated by Ephraim Russell
December 2 - January 27
Grizzly Grizzly
Philadelphia, PA

Curated by Matthew Offenbacher
November 28 – December 18, 2016
Party: December 8, 5-8 pm
Seattle, WA

Recent Press

Please Play with the Art by Margo Vansynghel (City Arts Magazine, February 2017)

Cable Griffith: "Sightings" at G. Gibson Gallery by Amanda Manitach (Art Ltd. Magazine, March 2016)

Cable Griffith's "Sightings": On Hope and the New Frontier by Ben Gannon (Dimensions Variable, January 2016)

Grade and Griffith to Create Art for Sea-Tac by Tamar Benzikry-Stern (4 Culture, December 2015)

Painter Cable Griffith Unveils New Works at G. Gibson Gallery by Jim Demetre (Seattle Magazine, December 2015)

Home is Where I Want to Be: Dwell at G. Gibson Gallery by Elissa Favero (Arcade, July 2015)

CRITIC’S PICKS: 2014 Top 10 Lists (art ltd. Magazine, January 2015)

The Quest of a Painterly World: Q and A with Cable Griffith (New American Paintings, February 2014)

Cable Griffith @ G. Gibson Gallery
by Matthew Kangas (Visual Art Source, February 2014)