From the archives of the Chicago Now blog. By Kathryn Born
This isn’t your typical first-year, second-year, or MFA-thesis shows.
The One Man Army Corpse presents a highly charged alternative reality in which monstrous totemic paintings and assemblages act as temple guardians to a new sacred text written by Bell.
Kleefeld manages to speak to her viewers on a universal, metaphorical level, as well as a deeply personal level.
In my opinion, the role of the curator is much more of a recent phenomenon than that of an artist curating.
A group exhibition celebrating the 5 year anniversary of devening projects + editions
Gosia Koscielak coins her online gallery work “internet studio/gallery practice” in order to move away from the dividing line of global and local art.
Iconoclastic artist and philosopher Henry Flynt presents lectures and a screening of experimental cinema for the SAIC community and general public.
A post from the Chicago Now blog archive, by Lisa Boumstein-Smalley
Chicago has a very rich local art history that we spend very little energy as a community of participants in actually preserving.
Alderman Exhibitions is hosting a Re-Opening Celebration and Screening in their new West Loop space.
Bright Lights, Big City: The Art of Modernism in Japanese Woodblock Prints will examine the early period of modern Japanese prints, from 1904 to 1959.