September 4th – September 25th

The Vida Archive is a group exhibition curated by Samantha Sutcliffe which features the work of Vodka Vida, Rachel Wark, Alexey Yurenev, Samantha Sutcliffe and Arthur Arbit.

The Vida Archive invites you to step into the mental state of a thirteen year old Catholic school girl from the suburbs of New Jersey who suffers from borderline personality disorder. The gallery space will mimic Vodka’s teenage bedroom using original pieces from her archive including hand-written poems, posters and pencil drawings of her highschool enemies and unedited writing from her published art books RAGING BULL (2019), YOU NEED DISCIPLINE (2020), YAZ CAR SUICIDE (2020) and SAD SARAH (2020). Shadow box sculptures inspired by church decorations created by Arthur Arbit, an immersive kaleidoscope installation by Rachel Wark and black and white silver gelatin prints of Vodka’s bedroom taken by Samantha Sutcliffe will be displayed on the surrounding walls. Vodka’s favorite photographer Alexey Yurenev will show for the first time his archive of the Night Wolves, a Russian motorcycle club he followed around between 2015 – 2017.

Limited edition books will be for sale the night of the opening all proceeds will go to Open Path Psychotherapy Collective.

Two Pop Ups

The Time it Takes, is the Time We Spend

Sunday, March 31st 6 – 9 PM

This collection of solo performances explores the human body as the subject for a creative practice as well as a change agent for unpacking notions of status, identity, and politics with performances by Doménica GarciaZelene Pineda Suchilt, and Angeli.



Wednesday, April 3rd 6 – 9 PM

The Royal is pleased to present: HIGHLINE, the new sun/optical collection by Russian eyewear brand, FAKOSHIMA. Please join us for the NYC launch and meet with its creator, Konstantin Shiliaev. Photo installation and collaboration with Mark Aghatise Bogdan Shirokov.

Puppies and Flowers

“Puppies and Flowers” Group Exhibition

March 5th ­ March 31st, 2019
Opening reception Friday, March 8th, 7 ­ 9 PM

The Royal is pleased to present, Puppies and Flowers a group exhibition curated by Katie  Hector which features the work of Jenn Dierdorf, Dominique Fung, Delphine Hennelly,  Katarina Janeckova, Tess Michalik, Aliza Morell, and Mark Zubrovich. This collection of paintings reimagines historically “domestic” subjects in order to reveal a contemporary unvarnished reality.

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The Royal @ RSOAA

Exciting things are coming to The Royal Gallery at RSOAA ( We will be having regular shows and events starting this spring. Visit for more information.

About the Royal Society of American Art

The Royal Society of American Art has a unique position in being an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists whose purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through studio space and exhibitions.