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Group Exhibition
3311 W Carroll Ave. #119, Chicago, IL 60624
September 2, 2012 - September 30, 2012

Did You See Heaven? WYSIWYG @ Peregrine Program

by Dana Bassett...

"Peregrine Program is poised at a unique threshold of the Chicago art scene. While it’s certainly not an apartment gallery, located inside of an East Garfield Park studio building, the space lacks the sterile snap of a commercial space. The walls are white, but the exhibition space is rather small, best lending itself to one person installations and the viewing of small works. Usually, the openings spill into the hallway where artists congregate, converse and bump into each other while trying to enter the show.

The current exhibition, Did You See Heaven: WYSIWYG, is the second of a series of thoughtful curatorial statements by Peregrine proprietor, Edmund Chia, made in response to artist Mary Heilmann’s titular question. The subtitle of the current iteration, WYSIWYG (or What you see is what you get), hinges on the possibility that there may be more to this abstract painting show than initially meets the eye. Read more >>

Posted by PEREGRINEPROGRAM on 9/25/12 | tags: abstract

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