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Chicago

Cobalt Studio

Exhibition Detail
Closing:In Stitches: Smile Now, Cry Later
Curated by: Adriana Baltazar
1950 W. 21st St.
Storefront space
Chicago, IL 60608
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June 3rd, 2011 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
...down his sweet head., Ike FloorIke Floor, ...down his sweet head.,
5/2011, metal wire, speaker wire crocheted
© Ike Floor
Diptych 2, Lynnette MirandaLynnette Miranda, Diptych 2,
Digital photography
© Lynnette Miranda
Untitled, Nicole MarroquinNicole Marroquin, Untitled, Ceramic
Anni Holm (right),Charity White (left), Anni Holm (right),Charity White (left)
Why Mothers must join gangs, Jackie OrozcoJackie Orozco, Why Mothers must join gangs,
2011, embroidery on painting, 9x12
Still from Collaborative piece \'In Stitches: Smile Now, Cry Later"., Adriana Baltazar, Gabriel Perez D, Ray Arroyo, Vanessa SanchezAdriana Baltazar, Gabriel Perez D, Ray Arroyo, Vanessa Sanchez,
Still from Collaborative piece 'In Stitches: Smile Now, Cry Later".,
5/2011
forefront: Home syndrome , Kate HampelKate Hampel, forefront: Home syndrome ,
Installation
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EVENT TYPE:  
Closing
WEBSITE:  
http://cobaltartstudio.blogspot.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
South Side
EMAIL:  
cobaltartstudio@gmail.com
OPEN HOURS:  
By appointment
TAGS:  
sculpture, traditional, abstract, conceptual, performance, video-art, installation, digital, mixed-media, Pilsen photography
COST:  
FREE
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This exhibit exposes the impermenance, influence and illusions surrounding our emotions. Some illusions we build ourselves, while others are imposed. Either way, there is an eventuality to any emotion we cling to in comfort. That eventuality is waiting for us around the corner to flip our world on it's head.

*Multidisciplinary exhibition featuring contemporary craft

**The theme/title was inspired by gang culture with it’s self imposed mantra to “smile now, cry later” and   it's accompanying tattoo of (smiling/crying) theater masks.


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