Josue Pellot

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Present Standard gathers 25 works by 25 contemporary, US-based Latino artists who are in one way or another identified as native, linguistic or geographic immigrants. Guest curated by former ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto and Josué Pellot, the FREE exhibition runs in the Michigan Avenue Galleries on the first floor of the Chicago Cultural Center this January 30–April 24.   Untitled, Luis Romero, 2015. Photo by William Bengston. The artists each play with the manifold meanings of "present"... [more]
Making an Impression   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Mike Andrews, Joseph Belknap, Sarah Belknap, Katy Cowan, Chelsea Culp, Alan Fleming, Michael Fleming, Jacob Goudreault, Wyatt Grant, Michael Hunter, Andy Jordan, Sofia Leiby, Matt Nichols, Rachel Niffenegger, Mike Paro, Josue Pellot at LVL3 Gallery June 29th, 2013 - July 21st, 2013
Posted 7/13/13
What does it mean to visibly leave an impression on someone else? currently on view at LVL3, begs the question with an exhibition that focuses on the collaborations of sixteen artists, each paired with another, to realize a piece. The concept of the show is not all that radical – loose, and arbitrary at best  – but despite itself, the eight pieces within the exhibition present certain relationships within the works that would otherwise go unnoticed in such a large group setting. One of the... [more]
The School of the Art Insitute's "No End in Sight"   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Aviva Alter, You Are Beautiful, Young Cho, Marie Krane Bergman/Cream Co., Grayson Cox, Burtonwood and Holmes, ks rives and Nicole Kenney, Masaco Kuroda, Tim Louis, Fred Nocella, Tim Pannell, Josue Pellot, Jesse Seay, Sighn at School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) - Sullivan Galleries December 13th, 2008 - January 10th, 2009
Posted 12/29/08
After visiting the Rosler photomontages at The Art Institute, walk west to State & Monroe and travel up to the seventh floor Sullivan galleries to view the excellent exhibition “No End in Sight”. This expansive group exhibition features the sculpture, photos, paintings and projects of several artists and artistic collectives, and was curated by a dozen students* enrolled in SAIC’s Curatorial Practice course.Aptly entitled, “No End in Sight” is comprised of series of works, ongoing... [more]