A site-responsive photographic mural by one of our 2010 summer resident artists.For three weeks, Durand focused his camera on areas where the concrete gave way to foliage, allowing new growth to break through the rubble. .
See the two most recent series of paintings by Kim Piotrowski. As analogies for life, the two separate series of new paintings - one series of beds and one series of guns - exhibited together transform the simple three-letter words into a image that represents having and losing control.
On view in the 310 conTEMPORARY Gallery, a collaborative project between the Columbia College Chicago Photography Department the Hyde Park Art Center. This exhibition is part of the Chicago Loop Alliances' Pop Up Art Loop initiative.
Selections from the Hyde Park Art Center's Large Format Painting Class.
Including work by: Lisa Brunke, Astrid Fuller, Diane Jurado, Nate Kalichman, Jan Lindell, Barbette Loevy, Bill Morrison, Judy Petacque, Diane Ponder, and Susan Redeker
Recollections of family members and common mementos of Puerto Rican popular culture have inspired emergent Chicago-based artist Josue Pellot to create this new body of sculptures, photographs and paintings.
A new adhesive installation on the glass facade of the Art Center. As reflected in the title Pantheon Wave, the work originates from Mannebach's observation of, and fascination with the formal similarities between historic architecture and the structural fluidity of waves.