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Jackson Junge Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Apocalypse 2012 : Genesis 2013
1389 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

September 14th, 2012 - October 28th, 2012
September 14th, 2012 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Unfortunate Consequences of A Piece of Tail and A Bit of Greenery, Caitlin RoseCaitlin Rose,
The Unfortunate Consequences of A Piece of Tail and A Bit of Greenery,
2012, Mixed Media, 9" x 12"
Mobile Censorship Unit, Chris WillieChris Willie, Mobile Censorship Unit,
New Media
Cosmorobotica The Battle of Franklinville, CJ HungermanCJ Hungerman,
Cosmorobotica The Battle of Franklinville,
2012, Mixed Media, 54" x 40"
Invasion of the Body Bots - Extra, CJ HungermanCJ Hungerman, Invasion of the Body Bots - Extra,
2011, Mixed Media, 40" x 36"
Modern Ruins, Diane WalshDiane Walsh, Modern Ruins,
2012, Oil on Vellum Adhered to Board, 14" x 17"
Soulshine, Eric CarsonEric Carson, Soulshine,
2012, Digital, 16" x 18"
Lotus of Countless Petals, Eric CarsonEric Carson, Lotus of Countless Petals,
2011, Ink on Paper, 9" x 12"
It\'s Not My Fault, Eric CooneyEric Cooney, It's Not My Fault,
2011, Installation
Apocalypse, Giuseppe PellicanoGiuseppe Pellicano, Apocalypse,
2012, Mixed Media, 26" x 11"
The Myth of Eternal Return, Gregg CoffeyGregg Coffey, The Myth of Eternal Return,
Oil on Canvas, 42" x 60"
Bridge to the Golden Age, James MespleJames Mesple, Bridge to the Golden Age,
2012, Oil on Canvas, 24" x 48"
Untitled, John KurtzJohn Kurtz, Untitled,
2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 16" x 20"
Mayan Myth, Judith GriesJudith Gries, Mayan Myth,
2012, Acrylic on Panel, 48" x 48"
New Life, Julia OehmkeJulia Oehmke, New Life,
2012, Mixed Media, 21" x 28"
Manila, Jun-Jun Sta. AnaJun-Jun Sta. Ana, Manila,
2012, Cell Phone Photography, 12" x 13 1/2"
Honeycomb Tower, Justin MillerJustin Miller, Honeycomb Tower,
2008, Oil on Board, 20" x 32"
Effluence, Katherine FaehlingKatherine Faehling, Effluence,
2011, Watercolor, 18" x 24"
Best Before, Katrin SprangerKatrin Spranger, Best Before,
2012, Photography/Jewelry in Mixed Media
I Feel Fine, Kevin ConnaughtonKevin Connaughton, I Feel Fine,
2012, Mixed Media, 15" x 25"
Exxon Ichthys, Kim LaurelKim Laurel, Exxon Ichthys,
Mixed Media, 16" x 8" x 2"
Tools for Locating Extinct Birds, Kim LaurelKim Laurel, Tools for Locating Extinct Birds,
Mixed Media, 15" x 2" x 2"
Newcomer (Xenicus Longipes, Extinct 1972), Kristina KnowskiKristina Knowski,
Newcomer (Xenicus Longipes, Extinct 1972),
2011, Watercolor, 77" x 47"
Tower of Babel, Michael MooreMichael Moore, Tower of Babel,
2012, Oil on Canvas, 24" x 36"
The Renewing, Nikole CooneyNikole Cooney, The Renewing,
2009, Mixed Media, 24" x 18"
Solo, Pedro IgrezPedro Igrez, Solo,
2012, Acrylic and Resin on Board, 32" x 80"
The Tree of Life, Rebecca ZemansRebecca Zemans, The Tree of Life,
2008, Mixed Media, 54" x 36" x 36"
The Simple Life, Richard LaurentRichard Laurent, The Simple Life,
2010, Oil on Canvas, 24" x 24"
Future City, Richard LaurentRichard Laurent, Future City,
2011, Oil on Canvas, 11" x 14"
Imprint, Ruby BarnesRuby Barnes, Imprint,
2011, Procion Dyes and Ink on Textile, 24" x 36"
See, Suzanne ParrotSuzanne Parrot, See,
Oil on Canvas, 31 1/2" x 34 1/4"
New Terrain, Zachary JacksonZachary Jackson, New Terrain,
2012, Oil on Canvas, 24" x 30"
The Devil\'s Lullaby, Zachary WilliamsZachary Williams, The Devil's Lullaby,
2010, Oil on Canvas, 59" X 73"
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Marionette, Anatoliy SnigirevAnatoliy Snigirev, Marionette,
2001, Oil on Canvas, 34" x 22"
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fine art, apocalypse, apocalyptic, apocalyptic landscape, GENESIS, photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, performance, realism, landscape, surrealism, abstract, figurative, sculpture

Both Nostradamus and the Mayan Calendar predict 2012 as the year that life, as we currently know it on Earth, will come to an end.   While the reality may not be quite so dramatic, the dawn of a new era may well occur before we know it.   Some folks envision the prophecies as an end, but others see them as an opportunity for a brighter beginning.

Humanity has always been fascinated by apocalyptic predictions, both frightening and redemptive.  Over 30 local, domestic and international artists’ interpret and illustrate where the change from 2012 to 2013 will take us.  The works explore themes of transition and re-birth.  Mediums include painting, photography, sculpture, print work, installation and digital.  The exhibit also includes a live performance by Chris Wille during the September 14th opening reception.

“We were very interested to see what the artists’ visions of the future would bring us.  It is quite a diverse array of intriguing ideas,” ” commented Chris Jackson, co-curator and director of Jackson Junge Gallery.

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