Gusford Gallery

GUSFORD | los angeles is pleased to announce that it will be representing American artists SuttonBeresCuller. John Sutton, Ben Beres and Zac Culler have been working collaboratively since graduating from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA in 2000, where they continue to live and work. Their site-specific installations, sculpture, performance and photography have been shown widely across the Pacific Northwest. In 2011, they received special recognition from the Seattle Art Museum, and were awarded a Creative Capital Grant in 2008 for their project Mini Mart City Park. The artists are currently in residency at MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire, where they are working towards a show at Planthouse in New York, NY, opening December 2013.


SuttonBeresCuller’s first exhibition with GUSFORD | los angeles will open in January 2015.




Posted September 3rd, 2014

Pay Dirt
























Hamil, Brett, “Pay Dirt,” City Arts, August, 2014

Posted August 25th, 2014

UN/CONSCIOUS BENT : A Survey of Regional Surrealism

Yellowstone Art Museum

March 20 – August 20, 2014

401 North 27th Street  |  Billings, MT 59101

Posted July 14th, 2014

SuttonBeresCuller at Jentel

Jentel Artist Residency Program lies in the Lower Piney Creek Valley with spectacular views over scoria topped hills to the majestic Big Horn Mountains. The fertile valley grows abundant hay and alfalfa for cattle. Few houses or signs of human existence dot the two mile stretch of Piney Creek that flows through the property. Many reservoirs provide oases for cattle, wildlife, and humans. The seven separate structures which form the residency village architecturally reflect the landscape and agricultural setting. Log faced cabins on the old Collins’ ranch serve as office, reception, conference area and writer studios, while a pole barn houses the visual artists studios. The sweeping lines of the Residency echo the surrounding mountains and hills and provide dynamic spaces and living quarters for the residents. The surrounds of the village are thoughtfully landscaped with a variety of trees and shrubs and an abundance of uproarious flowers. Sage and native grasses extend to the horizon and stretch across the foothills.

Posted April 15th, 2014

Planthouse Gallery, NYC

December 11, 2012 – January 22, 2013



107 W 28th St

New York NY 10001

Monday-Saturday 12-5pm

Posted November 29th, 2013