Sometimes the artist delivers a sense of triumph and strength associated with the watershed events of the Civil Rights era. Other times the collages feel sad and claustrophobic. Together, these works document something much more historic than just the artist’s own life.
The prints displayed here pre-date the concerted turn to intellection that characterized French art after the middle of the seventeenth century, but they convey something of the time’s ambition.
Fourteen artists fashion images of Afrofuturism, bringing together African mythologies, science fiction, technology and mysticism together in a diverse an aesthetic and philosophical movement.
Barbara Rossi, one of the original Chicago Imagists, is showing works that have never been publicly exhibited.
Curated by Sabrina Greig, this group show of three CAC HATCH residents challenges our digital present with figurative pictures with an analog feel.
Boundaries cleave edges and predicate intimate knowing.
It’s like camping out in some remote mountain valley where you never feel warm, and there is no one to keep you company.
Reflections on the life and work of art critic and teacher James Yood (1952-2018) from a former student and Newcity editor.
Snow or sun, May’s art is looking bright.
This multidisciplinary catalogue from a 2015 exhibition explores a theme of transition sparked by groups challenging prevailing narratives, histories and architectures.