Nigerian-born, London-based fashion designer Duro Olowu curates one of the MCA’s largest shows ever filled with local treasures.
Anyone involved in that history may be distracted by the gaps and omissions.
On the eve of the collective’s Art Institute retrospective, Suellen Rocca tells all. (Well, some.)
The Milwaukee-based artist’s show “Reverse Acrylic Paintings” is showing at the Jean Albano Gallery.
The short by Suzanne Simpson offers a rare glimpse into the artist’s early creative process.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 222
The Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists revisits the local artists who freaked out the world.
Tucked away in the back rooms of Artemisia Gallery (which is capable of mounting five one-person shows at once) is a refreshing surprise. The drawings of Michael Russick and paintings by his brother David are entirely unfamiliar to me, yet both follow a familiar sensibility uneasily known as the “Chicago style” of art. Nevertheless, each […]