DA DA DA GALLERY
DA DA DA - 513 South Main St. Seattle, WA 98104 Map
By appointment only. Please book on our appointments page for in-store & events
- Mon - Tues: 12pm - 6pm
- Wed: Closed
- Thur - Fri: 12pm - 6pm
- Sat - Sun: Closed (by appointment during special events & exhibitions)
Current Exhibition: WHITE NOISE
- Opening Friday July 28th RSVP Here
- Closing Reception September 7th RSVP Here
- Artist Talk - July 28th / 4pm - Ling Chun - RSVP Here
- Artist Talk - July 29th / 3pm - A.Pollner & N.Truong - RSVP Here
- Exhibitions Event Details See our IG here or Facebook for specific dates
- July 22nd - *September 7th by appointment
- Artists Exhibiting: Ling Chun, Aleksandra Pollner, Nin Truong
Established in 2017, DA DA DA Gallery was conceived as a simple open space to present art and other curated works in an imaginative atmosphere as the creative extension of MAIDEN NOIR. The focus of the gallery is to curate works that speak to the current nature and events of our surrounding environment.
‘DA’ translates in Japanese to ‘it is’, ‘to be’, or ‘now’. DA DA DA gallery embodies all three meanings, showcasing contemporary works of both art and design from diverse forms of media and other content that transcend multiple dimensions.
The gallery also functions as a showroom & retail space for MAIDEN NOIR's seasonal collections and is located in the historic Nihonmachi District (Japantown) within the International District of Seattle.
WHITE NOISE exhibition Artists/ Creatives:
Ling Chun (Ceramicist / Mixed Media Artist) works as a full time ceramic artist and ceramics teacher. Ling's work as a multimedia artist ranges from large scale mixed media light sculptures, neon, and ceramics. Currently based in Seattle, WA after their MFA in ceramics at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI.
Aleksandra Pollner (Mixed Media Artist/ Designer) works as full time materials designer, mentor and adjunct professor at Pacific Northwest College of Art and mixed media artist upcycling “cultural and material leftovers” discarded materials. She based herself in Los Angeles and currently in Portland, Oregon after their MFA in Industrial Design at Cranbrook Academy of Art
Nin Truong (Ceramicist / Designer /Mixed Media Artist)works as a fulltime design director and resident ceramic artist at Seward Park Clay Studios. Nin primarily works in low fire clay and hand builds all of his sculptures. Previously worked as a Landscape Architect and Adjunct professor at University of Washington CBE and holds a BLA at the College of Built Environment and BA in Art. Nin also made a few public art pieces located in Seattle, White Center, and Burien for King County
Artist Collections / Collaborations: Shop Here