THE SUB-MISSION is pleased to present We Tried That One Time, a site-specific installation by Megan Stroech. Stroech creates unfamiliar arrangements constructed from low-grade, accessible materials to challenge conventional understanding of their utility and erase associations relating to their traditional function. In her solo project in THE SUB-MISSION, she exposes specific architectural elements of the project space while obscuring others to explore perception, the relationship between object... [more]
Didn't make it this round? Round 5 opens Friday, July 18th!
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Round 4 Juried Winners:
Artist: Fintan Whelan
Title: Breakthrough 2014, 2014
Medium: Mixed media on canvas, 100 x 100 x 2 cm
Artist: Yao Hai
Title: Musicless Shanzhai, 2014
Medium: Ink on paper, 97 x 60 cm
Artist: Austin Irving
Title: Spring Street, Los... [more]
Find your own Truth here by artbyjkp Candace Hunter at South Side Community Art Center
June 13th - July 12th
The artist Candace Hunter has taken the hoodie, the ubiquitous garb of urban youth, professional athletes and soccer moms, now turned symbol of continued racial divide after the tragic death of Trayvon Martin, and deftly mined it as metaphor through out African American history. In Ms. Hunter’s hands the hoodie stands in for the darkness of the slave ship hold, In Strange Fruit it evokes the hoods of Klansmen and others who carried out lynchings, indeed the very hoods used to cover the fac... [more]
Hooded Truths by ArtyTC Candace Hunter at South Side Community Art Center
June 13th - July 12th
Candace "Chlee" Hunter has created a powerful exhibition about violence that African Americans have endured in this country. The exhibition choronicles the numberous deaths from racial violance against our communities, from slavery to the present day. Her beautifully crafted installtions and art pieces, engage art viewers in the politics and the history of crimes against our humantiy. I applaude Candace's research, scholarship and talent. All of the works within speak to viewers about the is... [more]
You design the booth.
You select the artists.
You choose the artworks.
We mount the exhibition at one of the world's major art fairs.
We're trying something new.
Curator's Open is a different model of fair curation. We will ask curators from around the world to take advantage of the ArtSlant network and use the ginormous database of artwork hosted on ArtSlant as a resource to craft the best art fair booth exhibition they can come up with. For the next month, curators will be scouring a special search p... [more]
EXPO Chicago, The International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art, announced its stellar line up for its third annual exhibition (Sept. 18-21) at Navy Pier's Festival Hall. The list includes some 137 galleries from 42 cities around the world including Berlin's Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, London's CABINET, and New York's David Zwirner Gallery.
The list of 2014 exhibiting galleries includes:
Galería Álvaro Alcázar MadridAmeringer | McEnery | Yohe New YorkBASE GALLERY TokyoGalerie d... [more]
Kasia does an excellent job of illustrating the state of mind of being "lost between cultures" in this exhibit. Watching the pieces, you feel the same sense of being torrn between identities or ways of being- a feeling I myself can connect to, raised between Poland, the US and from living abroad for some time. You feel as though you have pieces of each place within you, but no one place perhaps fully suits you. The use of X-rays was my personal favorite in this reflection, as they seemed to show su... [more]
I thoroughly enjoyed Kasia Ozga's exhibit "Land Grab". When I first descended into her exhibition space my eyes first went to the most boisterous of her pieces, which I was drawn to despite not seeing it for what it was initially-- the enlarged finger print. That piece ignited empathy for the vulnerability that immigrants must feel, and as I imagined my own fingerprint undressed for an audience I felt briefly exposed and objectified.
Kasia’s metal reliefs of a polluted earth were just as s... [more]
This was a really storng show, and the overaching themes about immigration, borders, and control were executed with intelligence and creativity. I loved how Ozga's aluminium sculptures incorporated melted down soda cans transposed onto maps to illustrate the political complications of mining for natural resources. The textures of all the pieces were visually compelling, especially the giant giant fingerprint from an undocumeted immigrant outlined in packing tape. It was massive and arresting, a... [more]
Alibi Fine Art is pleased to present a solo exhibit of work from former Alibi owner, Adam Holtzman. This will be the inaugural show in our new location at 4426 N Ravenswood Ave, and a celebration of Holtzman's new role as an Alibi artist.
Boldly, We Go Blindly is a collection of three bodies of work: Frailty; Relics, Artifacts & Mementos; and Old and New. Each was created using a different photographic technique, and all explore the hierarchies of value in the ephemeral processes and subje... [more]
Yes, your review HERE! welcomed. by Nancy Bechtol Heather Barstow, David Bechtol, Nancy Bechtol, Eric Dinse, Walter Fydryck, Brian Garay, Adam Helman, Kat Van Horn, Laz, Frank Mascenic, Joe Mazzone, Michael Platt, Kirk Rohrbaugh, John Tyszko, James Vellner at Lost Artists Chicago
April 12th - April 12th
Lives/works in: ChicagoWebsite: www.AdrianaPoterash.comTo purchase contact: Adriana Poterash
Adriana Poterash was born in Bucharest, Romania, and grew up in St. Petersburg, Russia, then moved to the US after graduating from highschool. She lives and works in Chicago.
"When I paint, I enter a quest where time loses its chronology, space warps into a distorted perspective, images collapse and deteriorate revealing layers of images underneath - I colla... [more]
“Yessssss!!!" Queen Mother's wails have always struck a chord in me, it's one of the most primal calls. - An expression to receive, to open oneself up completely. - From Deana Lawson’s journal entry, June 12, 2011 “To open oneself up completely” captures the attitude of the subjects of Deana Lawson’s photographs in Mother Tongue, her first solo exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery. A dancer poses nude, her body cutting a diagonal through a Jamaican living room (Otis... [more]