Pope L.: The Escape
(Art Institute of Chicago)
In a series of performances, Pope.L reimagines the dramatic literary work of the freed slave and abolitionist William Wells Brown.
(Museum of Contemporary Art)
Campbell’s drawings, textiles and cartoons invoke irony and self-deprecation to highlight women’s experiences of sexism.
Adam Milner and Erin Washington
Artistic process and its everyday revelations are the crux of this promising pairing.
The Figure, Humor, and the Chicago Imagists
(Elmhurst Collage and the Elmhurst Art Museum)
This full-day symposium considers the body, humor and how the Imagists deployed both in their art.
Abigail Zoe Martin
(Zhou B Art Center)
British photographer Abigail Zoe Martin exhibits three years worth of portraits of Chicagoans created while making Chicago her home.
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.