• COURTESY BERT GREEN FINE ART
  • Stephen Kaltenbach, Humilis, Burnished Steel & Unknown Contents, Unique Time Capsule, 4 x 4 x 12″, 1970 – Present

Get a glimpse of something visually appealing this weekend. Here’s what’s going down in visual arts.

Thursday 10/31

Metamorphosis at Noyes Cultural Arts Center The last day of a group show containing multidisciplinary pieces, including sculpture and photography.

Friday, 11/1

Where Do We Go From Here? at Zolla/Lieberman Gallery The start of an exhibition featuring sculpture and tile works by Richard Notkin. Reception 5-8 PM.

Saturday, 11/2

Beautiful Decay at Chicago Art Source Gallery The final day of an exhibit showcasing work by Jeffrey Allen Price, Yvette Weijergang, Charles Shotwell, and Lynn Basa on creation and destruction.

Sunday, 11/3

Legends, Myths, and Truths at Boeing Galleries Last day to see ceramic sculptures by Japanese artist Jun Kaneko.

All That Lies Beyond Us at Loyola University Museum of Art Final day of an exhibition with an installation work and performance by Teresa Albor that draws on answers to the question, “What lies beyond us?

Ongoing

Drawings, Time Capsules and Room Alterations” at Bert Green Fine Art A comprehensive look into the art of Stephen Kaltenbach, one of conceptualism’s founders. Read Andrea Gronvall’s write-up here.