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Spring Quarter Reviews and Features

Posted 6/16/2020

The Plague Review
K.A. Letts examines the first issue of The Plague Review, an online publication by Rotland Press devoted to the artistic response to the cornavirs pandemic.

Posted 6/5/2020

Covid-19 vs. The Art Field
Phil Barcio examines the effects of the coronavirus  pandemic on the the alternative arts scene in Chicago. (feature)

Posted6/12/2020

Culture in Quarantine: Seven Interviews from Chicago

Interviews Introduction

Evan Carter interviewed seven Chicago art world members about being confined due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are the first three. the next four will appear next quarter.

Posted 5/31/2020

Nate Lewis: "Latent Tapestries"
At Fridman Gallery, NYC
(online exhibition review)

Posted 5/27/2020

Virtual Visual Culture
Emelia Lehmann examines the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on three major chicago institutions. (feature)

Posted 5/23/2020

“Desmadre Berlin”
Norbert Bisky

At Galerie Templon, Paris

(online exhibition review)

Posted 5/22/2020

“Legacy of Decency. Rembrandt, the Jews and the Danes”
At Elverhøj Museum of History and Art, Solvang, CA. (review)

Posted 4/28/2020

Human or Man-Made Material: “The Allure of Matter” Visits Chicago
At Wrightwood 659 and the Smart Museum, Chicago. (review)

Posted 4/12/2020

“Chicago Streets and Ways”
At Hofheimer Gallery, Chicago,  through April 25, 2020. William Dolan and Karen Perl. (review)

 

Posted 4/9/2020

Artoma: The Art of Cancer
At Chicago Art Department, Chicago. Michael Gallagher, Eileen Powers, Nancy VanKanegan, Barbara Youngquist,, Richard Zeid. (review)

Posted 4/52020

Different for Girls: “Touch Your Mirror” Reflects on Female Adolescence
At EXTRA Projects, Chicago. Jessica Frances Martin and Taylor Morgan.

Posted 4/5//2020

Walls of Prophecy and Protest: William Walker and the Roots of a Revolutionary Public Art Movement
by Jeff W. Hubner, Northwestern University Press. Book Review. (review)

Posted 1/29/2020

“Decorientations”
At Siblings, Chicago, from December 13, 2019 through January 18, 2020. Matt Morris, curator. (review)

 

IN PRINT REVIEWS

Summer Quarter 2020 Online Reviews

Problem Areas

Luis Martin looks at the work of Moreno with an eye to its political significance in the LGBTQ community.

Edra Soto

To come.


 

Book Review
To come.


 

March/April  2020

"Down by Line"

At One After 909 Gallery, Chicago

Point, Line, and Plane: Andrea Zittel's Spatial Investigations
At Carnegie Mellon's Miller Institute of Contemporary Art, Pittsburgh

Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Arts—Faculty Showcase
At Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago

Intuiting the Figure

At Intuit Gallery, Chicago

"Stolen Sisters"

At Crossman Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Crossman Gallery, Whitewater, Wisconsin

Process and Ritual

At the Renaissance Society, University of Chicago

Rumor Gives It: Encountering the Museum of Jurassic Technology in the Capitalocene

At the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Culver City, California

January/February 2020

November/December 2019

Objects Redux: 50 Years of Craft Legacy

Racine Art Museum, Racine Wisc.

A Dreamer in a City of May Dreams

Matthew Rachman GAllery, Chicago

September/October 2019

Tetsuya Noda:
Soft and Simple Depth

Andrew Bae Gallery, Chicago

"Figures of Speech"

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Childhood Mythologies

form & concept, Santa Fe, New Mexico

July/August 2019

The Importance of Small Moves

James Nares at the Milwaukee Art Museum

 

"Time Share" and "Warm Welcome"

at Monaco Gallery, St. Louis

 

Encountering "William Counter:

Simple Spells"

at Firecat Projects, Chicago

 

"Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio" at Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago

 

"Legendary"

at Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

 

May/June 2019

A Blueprint for Our Future Selves

Wrightwood 659, Chicago

 

Something New from a Hairy Who   Karl Wirsum at

Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago

 

"Andy Paczos: The Eye and
 the Hand"

Ed Paschke Art Center, Chicago

 

Siblings Has a Kindling Feeling

Siblings (formerly the Condo Association), Chicago

 

 

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