Landscape photographer scott b. davis treks into the wild and discovers the undiscoverable.
Acres of art and a chance to observe capitalism at its looniest
These chemigrams mimic the chromosomal mutations he inherited from his parents.
Ian’s Party, The Interview Show viewing party, and more happenings from January 6-8.
This was a transformative year for Chicago’s art world.
See John Malkovich in Sandro Miller’s re-creations of iconic photographs.
The modern art fair is back for a third year.
Our top picks for fall visual arts: A chat with the curator of “David Bowie Is,” John Malkovich in (lots of) photos, and more
Your guide to visual arts in the city this weekend
African-American artist Sanford Biggers’s imagery sewn into quilts from the slave-era south, beautiful and horrific large-format landscapes by Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso, and more
Expo Chicago 2013 launched at Navy Pier last night with a tweaked design, more video, and a benefit party.
Part of “Proof,” on display at Catherine Edelman Gallery
Part of “8 Rooms, 7 Mirrors, 6 Clocks, 2 Minds, and 199 Panes of Glass,” on display at Catherine Edelman Gallery
* Megan Cottrell’s outstanding Chicago Now blog One Story Up has a good interview with David Schalliol, aka metroblossom, aka one of my favorite local photographers. His Isolated Buildings Studies series is incredibly beautiful, quite simply one of my favorite photographic projects ever. * In a post entitled “Civic Nihilism: This is your Olympics,” Lynn […]