Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake
(Pulitzer Arts Foundation)
The trip to St. Louis to see this expansive retrospective of one of the most adventurous artists of the twentieth century is well worth it.
Through January 16, 2022
Sky Hopinka: Cloudless Blue Egress of Summer
The Block reopens with a video installation that investigates the violent history of assimilation that the U.S. imposed on indigenous people.
Opens September 22
Chicago Works: Caroline Kent
(Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago)
2020 Breakout Artist Caroline Kent presents diverse works which explore the limits and uses of language through the use of abstraction.
Through April 3, 2022
Jazmine Harris: A Quiet Impression
(The Silver Room)
For this body of work, Harris photographed family photos, personal notes and other ephemera, delving into interiority in an attempt to slow down the process of living.
Closes September 24
Smashing Into My Heart
For her curatorial debut at the Ren, new executive director Myriam Ben Salah stages a group exhibition that uses friendship as a metaphor for art.
Opens September 10