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Recent Online Reviews and Features

Posted 5/23/2020

“Desmadre Berlin”
Norbert Bisky

At Galerie Templon, Paris

(online exhibition)

Posted 5/22/2020

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

Posted 4/28/2020

Human or Man-Made Material:
“The Allure of Matter” Visits Chicago

At Wrightwood 659 and the Smart Museum, Chicago.

Posted 4/12/2020

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

 

Posted 4/9/2020

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

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.

Posted 4/52020

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

Posted 1/29/2020

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

 

IN PRINT REVIEWS

March/April  2020

"Down by Line"

At One After 909 Gallery, Chicago

Intuiting the Figure

At Intuit Gallery, Chicago

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

"Stolen Sisters"

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

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

At the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Culver City, California

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

Process and Ritual

At the Renaissance Society, University of Chicago

Posted 5/31/2020

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

Posted 5/27/2020

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

 

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