We are thrilled to announce Jennifer Bucheit has been added to The Chicago Project!
The Reader's current issue features MoCP's exhibition, Stateless, which includes Omar Imam's work.
Photographer Michael Koerner's series My DNA wrestles with inherited genetic mutations, a result of his parents' exposure to nuclear radiation.
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!
We are thrilled to present the 20th exhibition of work by Michael Kenna, and The CEG Salon, as our final shows in our River North location. Both shows open January 11 and run through March 16, 2019. The opening reception is tonight, January 11, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. After 31 years in River North, … Continue reading Opening tonight: Michael Kenna / The CEG Salon!
It's been an incredible year for the gallery and our artists, which made the process of selecting our highlights difficult! These are our top ten moments from 2018. We can't wait to share with you all we have in store for 2019, but for now, enjoy this year in review, shared in chronological order. 1. … Continue reading Top 10 moments of 2018
Alanna Airitam When Alanna Airitam (b. 1971, Queens, NY) was studying the history of art, she noticed the absence of black people in the history of Western art. This exclusion is familiar to many dark-skinned people who are used to seeing themselves represented in paintings and films as domestic workers, slaves or barbarians. By … Continue reading Portraiture on view in Miami