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Exhibition Detail
Stephen Eichhorn | Flowers
213 N. Morgan #3C
Chicago, IL 60607

February 25th, 2011 - April 2nd, 2011
February 25th, 2011 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
, Stephen EichhornStephen Eichhorn
West Loop/West Town
Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 6 pm
collage mixed-media

WHO: Stephen Eichhorn
WHAT: Flowers
WHEN: February 25 - April 2, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, February 25 6-9pm
with a performance by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (Lichens)
213 N Morgan, #3C
Chicago, IL 60607

EBERSMOORE is pleased to announce its upcoming solo exhibition Flowers by gallery artist Stephen Eichhorn.

Chicago-based artist Stephen Eichhorn creates delicate hand cut paper collages from reproductions of foliage - palm fronds, grasses, leaves and flowers. Portions of the work exist in a cosmic space. While the images are of pieces of the natural world, they are composed in an entirely fictitious black or white void. The intense layering of finely cut florals are architecturally structured into ritualistic wreaths or floral arrangements, yet surprisingly they embrace a simple elegance from their origins.

From an essay for the exhibition by Joe Jeffers, the work is described as “Adapting fragments of pictoral flora, Stephen Eichhorn sets hybridized species back into the ecology of picture-making. There are people who pollinate these pictures, people for whom the pictures will seemingly evolve. Visitors to Eichhorn’s Flowers will be delighted to find that in some cases these variations are not arbitrary, but rather parallel to the forces of nature.” (see full essay below)

Stephen Eichhorn received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute in 2006. Eichhorn was featured at NEXT 2010 with EBERSMOORE and New City’s “Breakout Artist of the Year” in Art Chicago. This will be his first solo exhibition with the gallery.

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