We are thrilled to announce that Lindsey Higgins has been added to The Chicago Project! Lindsey is most influenced by the potential of memories, specifically, how such memories shape one’s experience with their own unique take on the world. Her most current project Empty Spaces speaks to the power of these senses. Much like an … Continue reading New Chicago Project Artist: Lindsey Higgins
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David Schalliol at the Museum of Contemporary Photography
Chicago Project artist David Schalliol will have work on view at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in the exhibition Chicago Stories: Carlos Javier Ortiz and David Schalliol from April 11 - July 7, 2019. In response to Birmingham, Alabama, 1963: Dawoud Bey/Black Star, the exhibition will feature photographs and films by David Schalliol along with … Continue reading David Schalliol at the Museum of Contemporary Photography
New Work by The Chicago Project artist, Juan Fernandez!
Juan Fernandez's series Facade is an ongoing body of work using architecture and structures of practicality to create feelings of isolation. Despite their functions, some of these buildings contain small decorative features such as curved walls or unique roofs. After photographing the architectural site, Juan “cleanses” each image by digitally removing distracting elements and leaving … Continue reading New Work by The Chicago Project artist, Juan Fernandez!
Krista Svalbonas is added to The Chicago Project!
We are pleased to announce the newest addition to The Chicago Project, Krista Svalbonas! Krista Svalbonas holds a BFA in photography and design from Syracuse University and an interdisciplinary MFA in photography, sculpture and design from SUNY New Paltz. She has exhibited at the Miller Yezerski Gallery, Massachusetts; Watchung Art Center and George Segal Gallery in … Continue reading Krista Svalbonas is added to The Chicago Project!
Introducing The Chicago Project Artist, Jason Vaughn!
Introducing The Chicago Project Artist, Jason Vaughn! Jason Vaughn is based in Wisconsin. His first major series, hide, is a typological study using Wisconsin hunting stands as a reflection on legacies and family. In 2011, while working on hide, he was diagnosed with leukemia at age 32. After a yearlong hiatus, he completed the series … Continue reading Introducing The Chicago Project Artist, Jason Vaughn!