Like the first brace of Chicago wind on an uncovered face in June, the air, joy and freedom in Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze’s new exhibition at Mariane Ibrahim is palpable.
“Mustn’t Touch” is a much needed retrospective of this underrepresented artist.
“It’s only in painting that you can do everything you want.”
Time is the ultimate measure of productivity and yet Ferry toys with our sense of time well-spent.
The city’s first physical NFT gallery is opening June 3, when an online community called imnotArt takes over a gallery space on Ashland and Augusta.
The art world expands its offerings this summer.
Kour’s work shows us that no matter its ethnic or geographic origin, culture is a process born of reuse and repetition. And therein lies the magic.
The beauty of Patterson’s recent work lies in her ability to depict personhoods as complex and expansive ecosystems.
Contrary to the female nudes that are often seen in the Western art history canon, Williams challenges the passive nature of this genre.