The city’s first physical NFT gallery is opening June 3, when an online community called imnotArt takes over a gallery space on Ashland and Augusta.
The art world expands its offerings this summer.
Kour’s work shows us that no matter its ethnic or geographic origin, culture is a process born of reuse and repetition. And therein lies the magic.
The beauty of Patterson’s recent work lies in her ability to depict personhoods as complex and expansive ecosystems.
Contrary to the female nudes that are often seen in the Western art history canon, Williams challenges the passive nature of this genre.
In Orkideh Torabi’s feminist world, the erasure of women from the scene and their being replaced by male characters turns into a sarcastic depiction of prevalent power structures.
Forrer is a master of formal energy.
At the core of any of my practices lies a desire to create and communicate, knowing that my artistic skill sets are tools for me to reach out to others.
Christina Quarles’ distinct and intricate use of paint combined with her complicated and impressive fusion of boundaries compels the viewer to question their own boundaries, whether they are self-imposed, artificially constructed, or simply imaginary.
As summer nears and more and more exhibition spaces re-open to the public, Waxman presents her final column, covering a broad swath of Midwestern projects.