As a non-profit gallery flees the West Loop’s rising rents, an exhibition lingering on themes of gentrification and displacement makes for an ironic farewell.
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Newcity presents its 2018 Breakout Artists, a sample of the myriad Chicago makers who deserve our attention and admiration. Whether it’s beautiful protest posters wheat-pasted in dive bar bathrooms or gorgeous fabrics woven from pictures and memories, we have artists to thank for the images that move us to feel, to think, and to act.
Rothenberg’s room-sized installation collages images of haunting objects from the Spertus Institute’s archives of Judaica and the Holocaust with photographs of migrant camps in present-day Germany.
An immersive collaboration between two artists questions authorship and objecthood.
Across moving and still images, Lilli Carré explores the bodily limits of figurative animation.
He had a distinct visual take on American life expressed in the squiggly vertical lines that make up the faces of old ladies gambling, the exaggerated spurs on the cowboys dueling in front of a Sears Roebuck store, a topographical map of New York City as the epicenter…