Hall Spassov announces opening exhibit of Seattle gallery

Bellevue-based art merchant Hall Spassov has announced "User Profile," the inaugural exhibit for its new gallery in Seattle's Pioneer Square.

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Bellevue-based art merchant Hall Spassov has announced the inaugural exhibit for its new gallery in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.

“User Profile,” a selection of artwork “representative of the gallery’s unique aesthetic,” will open July 3 and run through the end of the month. The exhibit will feature more than 25 artists from Seattle and far-flung locations like Barcelona and Iran.

Artists on display will include Robert Chapman, Inspiration Grant recipient Cheryl Ekstrom, permanent Laguna Art Museum exhibitor Jeff Peters and Northwest artists Francesca Sundsten and Alicia Tormey.

The second Hall Spassov gallery will open in the 3rd Avenue South space currently occupied by the Grover/Thurston Gallery.

Hall Spassov is owned by and named for Erik Hall and Amy Spassov.

“We’re really excited to be in Pioneer Square and amongst so many other galleries and artistic institutions,” Spassov said. “We’ll be able to bring more exposure to the artists we work with and believe in.”

Hall Spassov will hold an opening reception for the exhibit 5-8 p.m. July 3.

Hall Spassov Gallery Seattle is located at 319 3rd Ave. S.


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