The Sugar Cube Gallery, the little window space on 17th Avenue S.W. has received a notice of eviction.
The gallery's relationship with its landlord, View West Management, soured after complaints regarding an exhibition: Naked not Nude: The Slow Dissection of Sally Raab. The show featured Raab standing behind anatomical drawings. To say that the complaints were prudish is an understatement.
Pages on Kensington hosted the exhibition in its window after the show was censored by the building management.
A notice posted on the gallery window (pictured) says it must clear out of the space by September 30.
We'll keep you posted on the gallery's plans.
** Update **
The gallery is currently speaking with the owners of the building in the hopes of reaching an understanding. Those wishing to show their support for the Sugar Cube Gallery should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your message could help the gallery stay put.