New Works by Chicago Photographer Angie McMonigal

Image: "Urban Quilt 0488, 2019," by Angie McMonigal. A photo of skyscrapers in Chicago.

New work by photographer Angie McMonigal has been added to The Chicago Project, our online gallery devoted to new and established photographers in the Chicago area who we feel deserve recognition. Originally from Wisconsin, Angie has lived in Chicago for over 15 years, exploring the city with her camera ever since. When discussing her series … Continue reading New Works by Chicago Photographer Angie McMonigal

New Series by Jim Ferguson

Image: Jim Ferguson, Todo Santos 2, 2019. Exterior view of a beige building with yellow accents. The building has several arches and a green plant sits to the left side of the frame.

Chicago photographer Jim Ferguson has a new series titled Fragment From a Space. Ferguson tells us about his new series: While traveling, spaces grab my attention and warrant a pause. It’s not the contextual nature of the space that attracts me, it’s the fragment from a space that transcends the space. The fragment from a … Continue reading New Series by Jim Ferguson

Sandro Miller Returns to Catherine Edelman Gallery with “I am Papua New Guinea”

Image: Sandro Miller, Quentin Daki of the Nowra Tribe (Crocodile Around Neck), 2016. A woman stands in front of a maroon background facing the viewer. She is holding a small crocodile around her neck and wearing traditional garb.

Catherine Edelman Gallery is thrilled to host the second solo exhibition of renowned photographer Sandro Miller with his newest project, I Am Papua New Guinea. The exhibition opens September 6 and runs through November 9, 2019. The work will also be featured at Expo Chicago, at Navy Pier, which runs September 19 - 22, 2019. There will … Continue reading Sandro Miller Returns to Catherine Edelman Gallery with “I am Papua New Guinea”

Joseph Kayne Added to The Chicago Project

Image: Navajo Hat, October, 2018 by Joseph Kayne

Catherine Edelman Gallery is pleased to announce our newest addition to The Chicago Project, Joseph Kayne, who photographs the American landscape, the Heartland, Native American archaeological sites, and the Navajo people with large format view cameras. Kayne creates portraits of the Navajo people using tintype photography--a traditional, wet-plate photographic method. Kayne discusses his thoughts behind … Continue reading Joseph Kayne Added to The Chicago Project

New Series from Bill O’Donnell

Image: Cube, 2017 by Bill O'Donnell

A selection of work from Bill O'Donnell's series SOLID AND SPACE has been added to The Chicago Project! O'Donnell says: Once introduced to the iconic shapes and solids in [geometry] books, I saw them everywhere, mental templates to be superimposed on any scene. The overlay of geometric ideals transformed a baseball into the perfect sphere, … Continue reading New Series from Bill O’Donnell

New Work by Elaine Suzanne Miller

Image: Survival Mode, 2017 by Elaine Miller

New work by Elaine Suzanne Miller has been added to The Chicago Project! In her series it would lose all purpose, she explores themes of death, transience, memory, preservation, and both the frailty and resilience of the human spirit through challenging experiences. While much of her work is based on personal experience, it encompasses universal … Continue reading New Work by Elaine Suzanne Miller

New Work by Julie Blackmon

New work by Julie Blackmon! The Dutch proverb “a Jan Steen household” originated in the 17th century and is used today to refer to a home in disarray, full of rowdy children and boisterous family gatherings. The paintings of Steen, along with those of other Dutch and Flemish genre painters, helped inspire this body of … Continue reading New Work by Julie Blackmon