- © U.S. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM/PHOTO BY HEINRICH HOFFMANN
- Hitler Election Poster, 1932
Captivate your corneas with some artistic treasures this weekend. Here’s what’s going down in visual arts.
“Release Show” at Chicago Artists’ Coalition The closing day of a group show featuring work by HATCH Project residents.
“Ten x Ten 2013” at Saki Artists are paired with musicians to explore the relationship between color and sound, resulting in a fine-art screen print and a composition for small ensemble. Today’s your final opportunity to see it.
“Are We There Yet?” at Arc Gallery Your last chance to see abstract paintings by Ann O’Brien.
“Hatched” at Arc Gallery The final day to view Nancy Fritz’s paintings, which are inspired by her mother.
“Ghost Town” at Peanut Gallery The final day to view Sean Hernandez’s exhibit, a “narrative” about a fictional town called Howlin’ Creek that’s told through drawings, prints, and animation.
“State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda” at Field Museum The last day to view this exhibit exploring the nature of the Nazi propaganda machine. Read Aimee Levitt’s write-up here.