Ruby T: Underwater Flood
Ruby T, one of our 2018 Breakout artists, shows her signature drawings and marbled silk paintings, this time around alternately depicting elaborate scenes of flowing water with U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham.
Opens September 13
Eleanor Antin: Time’s Arrow
(The Art Institute of Chicago)
In 2017, the pioneering feminist revisited her classic self-portrait series “CARVING”; this exhibition will have both sets of photographs, alongside other projects that explore aging and one’s sense of self.
Opens August 24
Remember Where You Are
(DePaul Art Museum)
The work of four emerging artists, hailing from Chicago and San Antonio, using personal and public histories to bring attention to the complexities of acculturation and migration
Opens September 12
Salome Chasnoff and Meredith Zielke: Present Absence
Through a five-channel video installation, Salome Chasnoff and Meredith Zielke create a personal conversation amongst Chicagoans who have lost a loved one to police violence.
Through September 14
Thanks for not breeding: Laura Davis and Derrick Woods-Morrow
Multidisciplinary local artists investigate the complexity of gender roles using sculpture, video and performance.
Opens September 6