The Fair aims to break down the institutional barriers that can often keep artists and buyers from interacting in meaningful ways.
The paintings in “Born in the USA” are both a reflection of contemporary political events and a dire prediction of the future.
Born in England a decade after the Hairy Who exhibitions of the late 1960s, Nudd’s bug-like human figuration is clearly in the tradition of Jim Nutt and Karl Wirsum.
“Dark Matter” doesn’t offer many specific resources, nor does it really image the future, but it provides a respite from the battleground of twenty-first century life.
May you enjoy this month’s many art offerings.
It’s difficult to convey in words the complex patterns, punctuated by virtuosic figural passages, that characterize many of these textiles.
Most of the artworks here are bound together by their soft and simple curves, subtle nods to geometric abstraction and their thoughtful engagement with a wide spectrum of colors.
A critic reflects on the changes to Chicago’s art world and the challenges ahead.
The exhibit produces a peaceful, restorative and comforting effect on the spirit.
Over the past decades, Craven has developed a diverse ecosystem of moving parts that celebrates the many facets of painting production.