cause + effect

Dose Projects was established in 2013 as an alternative art model pairing contemporary artists with charitable causes.

50% of sales on the website are donated to charities that have been thoughtfully chosen by the artists themselves. The remaining 50% goes to the artist. Dose Projects does not take any portion of sales.

Projects by featured artists include original and editioned artworks that are shipped directly from the artist to the collector.

Project sales have supported numerous charitable causes including Charity Water, Médecins Sans Frontières, Chimp Haven, The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, The Sierra Club Foundation, The Organization for the Advancement of Afghan Women, Planned Parenthood, and Mirai Kikin.

 
 

Dose Projects, Solo Exhibition by Amelia Bauer, 2014

Dose Projects, Solo Exhibition by Amelia Bauer, 2014

 

history

Dose Projects was founded in 2013 by artist Laura Splan in her Brooklyn art studio. The artist-run website and exhibition spaces have presented projects and exhibitions by over forty established and emerging artists including Desirée Holman, Sophie Kahn, Phillip Andrew Lewis, Leah DeVun, Riitta Ikonen, Reuben Lorch-Miller, Chris Duncan, Amelia Bauer, Lien Truong and others. Previous projects spaces were located in 67 West Studios in Greenpoint and 300 Morgan Studios in Bushwick. Current curatorial projects by Splan are presented at Plexus Projects in Brooklyn, NY.

Dose Projects is not currently featuring projects, exhibitions or accepting submissions. Feel free to contact us with inquiries regarding past featured artists or exhibitions.