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 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! 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
Clarissa Bonet has new work available from her City Space series! When discussing this dynamic series, Bonet says: The urban space is striking – its tall and mysterious buildings, crowds of anonymous people, the endless sea of concrete. City Space is an ongoing photographic exploration of the urban environment and my perception of it. I am … Continue reading New Work by Clarissa Bonet
We are thrilled to present new work by Liat Elbling! Liat's new images expand upon her Interactions series, for which everyday materials (styrofoam, cardboard, paper) are painted one monochromatic color and arranged in her studio to create anonymous, architectural spaces, with seemingly no way in and no way out. "These are small models that I … Continue reading New Work by Liat Elbling!