Revolution Every Day
Smart Museum of Art
On the centennial of the Russian Revolution, a sharply-researched show exhibits Soviet graphic art, experimental film and other post-Soviet work focusing on the experiences of women under and after communism.
Elmhurst Art Museum
This Chicago native and creator of the well-known “Chi-Boy” mural on South Wabash lands at home with a major show of new work.
Kavi Gupta Gallery
The first solo exhibition of the paintings, drawings and collages of AfriCOBRA co-founder Gerald Williams in over two decades.
Richard Gray Gallery Warehouse
The Spanish artist who once brought big heads to Millennium Park shows new sculptures and drawings at Gray Gallery’s new West Side warehouse.
Staples is a delightfully strange and strangely delightful painter.
Elliot J. Reichert is a Chicago-based curator, critic, and editor. He is a currently Curator of Contemporary Art at the Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indiana Unversity, and Hatch Projects Curatorial Resident at the Chicago Artist Coalition. Formerly, he was Art Editor of Newcity and Assistant Curator at the Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University. His writing has been published in The Brooklyn Rail, the Journal of Visual Culture, and Newcity.