Derived from the French word for “glue,” the collage art form is in itself a microcosm of the human desire to raise order from chaos.
by Mosum Shah •
This past Friday at the Chicago Art Department in Pilsen, the walls were covered with the words and paintings of the incarcerated youth of Cook County.
by Quinn Georgic •
The latest show at Pilsen’s Slow, “Be the party (please don’t go),” addresses the idea of finding beauty in unlikely situations through the pairing of two unique artists, photographer Helmut Heiss and sculptor Emily Severance.
by Tobi Haslett •
John Neff’s photographs, currently on display at the Renaissance Society, grasp at a strange, wistful history.
by Lauren Culbertson •
I could feel a great divide at the opening of “The Sahmat Collective: Art and Activism in India since 1989.”
by Sasha Tycko •
DaHuang and his brother Shan Zuo are collectively the Zhou Brothers of Bridgeport’s Zhou B Art Center.
by Jacqueline Nesbitt •
Depicting bright Indian apparel against abstract backgrounds, the mixed-media paintings at “Alter Ego” create a conversation between the viewer and the implied bodies that inabit each piece.
by Emily Holland •
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel provides an apt setting for Audrius V. Plioplys’s latest exhibition, “Cosmic Consciousness.”