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Current Exhibition

Thoughts and Memories of Being Watched
Tamar Charney

June 27- July 27, 2024
Gallery Hours: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 3-5pm
or by appointment
Everyday surveillance has become so commonplace that it is hardly worth noticing…until you notice that everywhere you turn you are being watched.

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22 Minutes
An interview with Tamar Charney

Tamar Charney talks with Nan Plummer about how her interest in unnoticed details drives her work as a journalist, writer, and photographer. In her solo exhibition, Thoughts and Memories of Being Watched, she turns her camera on the surveillance devices that are everywhere these days. And focuses our  attention on what it means to be watched, and to watch right back.

2024 Upcoming Exhibition Schedule

August 2nd
Julie Schnell-Madden, Ann Tubbs: Why Do I Vote?
Pop up - one night only
August - September 20
The Art of Process: Dialog and Resolution
September - October
Susan Tusa
October - November
Chris Bennett
November 23-24
Gallery Artists Holiday Market

About Us

The Gallery at 22 North provides exhibition space, exposure, and collaboration to emerging and under-recognized visual artists in the I75-US23 corridor from Central Kentucky to Northern Michigan.

Music at 22 North includes emerging to established performers in an intimate house concert setting.

In addition to our own projects, we seek collaborations with community organizations.

For artists interested in showing at 22 North: we are accepting proposals for 2024. Please send your resumé, a brief statement about your work, and a link to digital images of your work to

We are located in the heart of downtown Ypsilanti at 22 North Huron street, just north of Michigan Avenue.Free public parking across the street.

22 North
22 N. Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48197