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.”
by Jon Brozdowski •
“Obsessive Compulsive Drive,” a new exhibition at the Chicago Art Department, explores “the question of what drives the artist to create.” With painted bamboo panels, ambiguous photographs, Instagram photos, and mad paper and ink drawings, it’s easy to see that the line between artistic focus and mania runs thin.
by Alexandra Garfinkle •
“In any field of vision, you can’t see one artist’s work without the other,” Hopkin said. “Dave’s color palette makes Carron’s look garish, whereas the brightness of Carron’s color scheme brings out the ugliness in Dave’s.”
by Sasha Tycko •
This past Thursday, a stylish woman in a fur vest and high-heeled boots escorted a man in sunglasses to the center of the small gallery space inside the UofC’s Logan Center.
by Stephen Urchick •
We’d been gently encouraged to explore the DuSable Museum’s show “Reflections”—to let ourselves be engaged by photographer and Chicago native Terrence A. Reese, widely and affectionately known as Tar. But it just wasn’t coming together for me.
by Nathan Worcester •
It’s strange to see comics up on gallery walls—not because they are somehow unworthy of a gallery setting, but because they seem to live and die in the books, newspapers, and portable electronic devices on which a single pair of…